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  • #61
    Originally posted by pandapilot View Post

    It was rejected also for contrast too high/too low. And now I am trying to guess was it high or low (unfortunately, the screeners do not specify).
    It was already stated in my comments:

    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post
    Might need a bit more contrast

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    • #62
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      • #63
        Originally posted by pandapilot View Post
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        1-2. similar
        3. cut off, soft

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        • #64
          Dumb question — but is the composition here OK? I can re-do the shot with better lightning from the same point, but unfortunately I can't climb over the fence, there are cameras everywhere. Or would this photo be rejected for "objects"? Click image for larger version

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          • #65
            Originally posted by pandapilot View Post
            Dumb question — but is the composition here OK? I can re-do the shot with better lightning from the same point, but unfortunately I can't climb over the fence, there are cameras everywhere. Or would this photo be rejected for "objects"? Click image for larger version  Name:	IMG_8235-3.jpg Views:	0 Size:	602.3 KB ID:	1107643
            Difficult one.. I'll take your word you can't find a better angle, but that fact is not so obvious so I would guess that yes it would be a rejection for obstruction since the fence is rather distracting from this angle. If you could try to find another angle farther back where both the fence and aircraft are perhaps both in focus, it might be better as we do accept some obstruction on static/preserved subjects if it is completely unavoidable.

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            • #66
              What about this pictures? Is the light OK or too dark?
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              • #67
                Originally posted by pandapilot View Post
                What about this pictures? Is the light OK or too dark?
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                Im not screener, but in my opinion all of them are lack of contrast, dark tones principally, also were taken in overcast conditions so the contrast may be a problem. Take care with the horizon, check the vertical references.

                Regards!
                Pablo Gonzalez de Leon.

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                • #68
                  Originally posted by PabloGlez View Post

                  Im not screener, but in my opinion all of them are lack of contrast, dark tones principally, also were taken in overcast conditions so the contrast may be a problem. Take care with the horizon, check the vertical references.

                  Regards!
                  Pablo Gonzalez de Leon.
                  Not overcast exactly, it is just low northern sun + thin clouds for the green 737. This any better? Click image for larger version

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                  • #69
                    Originally posted by pandapilot View Post

                    Not overcast exactly, it is just low northern sun + thin clouds for the green 737. This any better? Click image for larger version

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                    With overcast I mean no sun light hitting the plane directly, basically a photo without shadows. Anyways it still looking overexposed, with contrast issues. And horizon in the first one.

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                    • #70
                      Originally posted by PabloGlez View Post

                      With overcast I mean no sun light hitting the plane directly, basically a photo without shadows. Anyways it still looking overexposed, with contrast issues. And horizon in the first one.
                      Got it. Just to clarify — "contrast" means some areas (like landing gear and engines) are too dark? I used the lower pic (not mine) as the reference on how to edit. Anyway, I'll try my luck next time =)
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                      • #71
                        Originally posted by pandapilot View Post

                        Got it. Just to clarify — "contrast" means some areas (like landing gear and engines) are too dark? I used the lower pic (not mine) as the reference on how to edit. Anyway, I'll try my luck next time =)
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                        Nop, in this case is the opposite, the engines or landing gear should be a bit more dark (the photo in general, but you can take this as reference if you want), the photo that you added to compare with is a perfect example of how a photo with good contrast is

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                        • #72
                          Originally posted by PabloGlez View Post

                          Nop, in this case is the opposite, the engines or landing gear should be a bit more dark (the photo in general, but you can take this as reference if you want), the photo that you added to compare with is a perfect example of how a photo with good contrast is
                          Understood. Jeez, I see no difference on my monitor...
                          Thank you for your help!

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                          • #73
                            Originally posted by PabloGlez View Post

                            Nop, in this case is the opposite, the engines or landing gear should be a bit more dark (the photo in general, but you can take this as reference if you want), the photo that you added to compare with is a perfect example of how a photo with good contrast is
                            This editing is also awful?
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                            • #74
                              Originally posted by pandapilot View Post

                              This editing is also awful?
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                              First of all, I never said that the photo was awful.
                              Now its much better but still borderline contrast because of the light conditionts. Wait for a screener opinion if you want.

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                              • #75
                                Originally posted by PabloGlez View Post

                                First of all, I never said that the photo was awful.
                                Now its much better but still borderline contrast because of the light conditionts. Wait for a screener opinion if you want.
                                No offence, that photo is awful for me Because I see other people taking pictures in the same conditions and getting better results! So it is not an awful lighting, but my noob skills

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