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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by pandapilot View Post
    Found the backup copy and managed to get these 3 files. Any advice on editing; I never uploaded long exposure photos before? .
    1. borderline glare
    2. borderline dark/contrast
    3. obstruction

    If possible, try to avoid any bright light sources in the frame, as that will tend to blow out that area., and could cause reflections as well. Editing of these images looks acceptable to me.

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  • pandapilot
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    Found the backup copy and managed to get these 3 files. Any advice on editing — I never uploaded long exposure photos before? Click image for larger version

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by pandapilot View Post
    I was digging through my very old photos and found this picture taken on my very first DSLR. Unfortunately, the RAW file was lost (RIP HDD) and all I am left is this JPEG. Is it acceptable?
    Glare bottom left might be an issue.

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  • pandapilot
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    I was digging through my very old photos and found this picture taken on my very first DSLR. Unfortunately, the RAW file was lost (RIP HDD) and all I am left is this JPEG. Is it acceptable?
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by pandapilot
    Hello! Got 2 frames rejected for being too soft — are this pictures soft too (taken on the same day at the same time)?
    1, 3 borderline but acceptable for me, 2 soft.

    Originally posted by pandapilot
    And is this one acceptable as a night shot?
    Yes Night Shot applies.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by pandapilot
    Thanks! If the horizon and color good here?
    Would be ok for me.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by pandapilot
    Is this photo sharp enough to be accepted (I got some photos from this point rejected for being soft)? Thanks!
    Sharpness would be acceptable for me, though the horizon is off.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by pandapilot View Post
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=9587569 — this one was rejected for bad info. What did I get wrong? (2 other photos with t/n 33 and 37 were accepted).
    Actual reg. visible on tail.

    Originally posted by pandapilot View Post
    Also, do these photos belong in the "night shot" category?
    Yes.

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  • pandapilot
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    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=9587569 — this one was rejected for bad info. What did I get wrong? (2 other photos with t/n 33 and 37 were accepted).

    Also, do these photos belong in the "night shot" category?
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by pandapilot View Post
    Hello, does horizon here look good? I don't know how to rotate the picture — if I add some CW rotation building on the center-right looks bad (like it is falling to the right), some CCW rotation — same goes for building on the left, just above the vertical stabilizer...
    Maybe a touch soft, but otherwise ok for me.

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  • pandapilot
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    Hello, does horizon here look good? I don't know how to rotate the picture — if I add some CW rotation building on the center-right looks bad (like it is falling to the right), some CCW rotation — same goes for building on the left, just above the vertical stabilizer... Click image for larger version

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by pandapilot View Post
    Hello, is this crop acceptable?
    I'd be ok with it, but others might not like the tail being cropped so.

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  • pandapilot
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    Hello, is this crop acceptable? Thanks! Click image for larger version

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  • pandapilot
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    Did some sunset pictures. Are they acceptable (of course I'll upload only one), or color/exposure is off?
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by pandapilot View Post

    So the "acceptable WB for JP should be around 5500/0 no matter the time of day?
    No, the WB should be set as appears natural enough. This is subjective of course, but I would never say a single value must be applied to all images.

    Originally posted by pandapilot View Post
    Another not exactly the prescreening question, but not to create another thread: what are JP limits for aircraft being an aircraft? If I'll upload pictures of a 2019 birdstricken A321 remains (parts of fuselage/wings/cockpit) and a picture of a Tupolev 134 cockpit instrument boards we have in my university (still have aircraft registration on them) — would it be enough?
    Possibly. Would need to see the potential images before commenting further.

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