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  • marc1201
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post
    Borderline issue with oversharpening, otherwise would be ok for me.
    Thanks, i'll try to adjust that and re-upload.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by marc1201 View Post
    wkd001 i said i would remove the picture and i did, so no need to repeat dlowwa, he refered already to this post. So..now that the picture is out of the que, can i get a serious pre-screening please?
    Borderline issue with oversharpening, otherwise would be ok for me.

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  • marc1201
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    wkd001 i said i would remove the picture and i did, so no need to repeat dlowwa, he refered already to this post. So..now that the picture is out of the que, can i get a serious pre-screening please?

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  • wkd001
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    Originally posted by marc1201 View Post
    "but I'm sure the crew won't pre-screen pictures that are already in the queue."
    This i don't understand..why wouldn't they? If i know ow that it would be rejected, i remove it and they don't have to screen it afterwards. Just the same effort in my opinion..
    I know the church tower leans to the left, but the tree line is level. If i put the tower vertical i get a rejection for a unlevel horizon, i'm sure of that.(happened before) It's a distortion of my lens.
    But ok, i'll remove it.
    https://forums.jetphotos.com/showthr...ning-from-crew

    #2

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  • marc1201
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    Originally posted by wkd001 View Post
    Hi Marc

    I'm not a screener but I'm sure the crew won't pre-screen pictures that are already in the queue.
    And If I'm allowed to give an opinion, I would remove this one, as it needs CW rotation. The tower is leaning to the left.
    Hope this helps.

    Beat Regards
    "but I'm sure the crew won't pre-screen pictures that are already in the queue."
    This i don't understand..why wouldn't they? If i know ow that it would be rejected, i remove it and they don't have to screen it afterwards. Just the same effort in my opinion..
    I know the church tower leans to the left, but the tree line is level. If i put the tower vertical i get a rejection for a unlevel horizon, i'm sure of that.(happened before) It's a distortion of my lens.
    But ok, i'll remove it.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by marc1201 View Post
    Hi guy's
    I got a new (pre) screening for you. It's already uploaded, but if you think it would be rejected, i'll get it off again..
    Thanks already,
    Marc
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7646731
    Please read, especially #2:

    https://forums.jetphotos.com/showthr...ning-from-crew

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  • wkd001
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    Originally posted by marc1201 View Post
    Hi guy's
    I got a new (pre) screening for you. It's already uploaded, but if you think it would be rejected, i'll get it off again..
    Thanks already,
    Marc
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7646731
    Hi Marc

    I'm not a screener but I'm sure the crew won't pre-screen pictures that are already in the queue.
    And If I'm allowed to give an opinion, I would remove this one, as it needs CW rotation. The tower is leaning to the left.
    Hope this helps.

    Beat Regards

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  • marc1201
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    Hi guy's
    I got a new (pre) screening for you. It's already uploaded, but if you think it would be rejected, i'll get it off again..
    Thanks already,
    Marc
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7646731

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by marc1201 View Post
    I know the plane is far from centered, but i find it an interesting picture with the 4 MAX planes in the background and also the tui behind the max planes.An all TUI photo
    Would such a picture be accepted? Probably not i think.
    [ATTACH=CONFIG]28767[/ATTACH]
    Borderline for centering. Such framing may be acceptable with justification. For your image, were the parked aircraft a little more prominent and the gap a bit smaller, I would say no problem, but as it is, it will likely end up depending on whoever screens it. I'd probably be ok with it, but certainly can't guarantee the same for others.

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  • enzocmte
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    Originally posted by marc1201 View Post
    I know the plane is far from centered, but i find it an interesting picture with the 4 MAX planes in the background and also the tui behind the max planes.An all TUI photo
    Would such a picture be accepted? Probably not i think.
    [ATTACH=CONFIG]28767[/ATTACH]
    Hi. I am not screener but..
    Would be reject for bad composition (poor crop) and soft

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  • marc1201
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    marc1201 - editing/screening advice

    I know the plane is far from centered, but i find it an interesting picture with the 4 MAX planes in the background and also the tui behind the max planes.An all TUI photo
    Would such a picture be accepted? Probably not i think.
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  • marc1201
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    Originally posted by olandes269 View Post
    I agree with Alex about the histogram, which will prevent under-exposure and overexposure as well as to check the contrast

    Olivier
    Again, i agree but sometimes i have histograms that have only some spikes in the middle or slightly to the right. Not much info to get out then..

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  • olandes269
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    I agree with Alex about the histogram, which will prevent under-exposure and overexposure as well as to check the contrast

    Olivier

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  • marc1201
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    Originally posted by Alex - Spot-This ! View Post
    because before touching anything auto you need to learn how to read an histogram. By reading an histogram and adjusting the levels, 90% of the job is done
    Correct but not completely true i think. I basicly know how a histogram works, but sometimes it's just useless.

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  • Alex - Spot-This !
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    because before touching anything auto you need to learn how to read an histogram. By reading an histogram and adjusting the levels, 90% of the job is done

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