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  • Cleveland.Spotter
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    alright thank you!

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Cleveland.Spotter View Post
    I fixed the horizon and the contrast now. What are your thoughts on the contrast? It's still kind of iffy. If you think it will be an obvious reject for contrast I'll probably just throw it away. Thanks for the help dlowwa.[ATTACH=CONFIG]29519[/ATTACH]
    Obvious rejection for contrast, no, but stands a good chance so I'll leave that decision up to you. If you don't care about getting a rejection, then might as well go for it

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  • Cleveland.Spotter
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    I fixed the horizon and the contrast now. What are your thoughts on the contrast? It's still kind of iffy. If you think it will be an obvious reject for contrast I'll probably just throw it away. Thanks for the help dlowwa.Click image for larger version

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Cleveland.Spotter View Post
    Pre-Screening Advice on this photo. The way it was taken I cannot raise it in the frame anymore. I was wonder which edit would be more acceptable then. 1 or 2.[ATTACH=CONFIG]29515[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]29516[/ATTACH]
    Both have issues with contrast and horizon. The second is better centered, but obviously has the wing clipped, so your call.

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  • Cleveland.Spotter
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    Pre-Screening Advice on this photo. The way it was taken I cannot raise it in the frame anymore. I was wonder which edit would be more acceptable then. 1 or 2.Click image for larger version

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  • Cleveland.Spotter
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    alright. Thank you!

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Cleveland.Spotter View Post
    Hey everyone! I am not sure on how to make a new thread so I am just commenting here. I was looking for some pre-screening advice on this photo. I was not sure if i should upload it as airport or perhaps as a registration. If you could get back to me after pre-screening this, that would be great!
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    Use the registration of the closer aircraft. Be careful of the crop, looks like you've just managed to cut the static discharge rods on the tail behind.

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  • Cleveland.Spotter
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    Hey everyone! I am not sure on how to make a new thread so I am just commenting here. I was looking for some pre-screening advice on this photo. I was not sure if i should upload it as airport or perhaps as a registration. If you could get back to me after pre-screening this, that would be great!
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  • ikeharel
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    One probable reason for rejection would be that the plane is too loo in the frame : if you look at the "Horizon" tab, count the small squares from lower picture edge is 9 + a third of the 10th square, and count the squares from upper picture edge is full 10 squares.
    Other words you need to "raise" the plane within the frame by just a bit.
    Therefore, delete the post and re-upload after corrections (also a bit soft).
    Sincerely,
    Ike

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  • NZDN_spotting
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    While crew can't prescreen a photo in queue, there is no reason why a non crew photographer can't. For me, it would be borderline soft (probable rejection) but no other reasons.

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  • dlowwa
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    You might want to read here when you get the chance:

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

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  • Cleveland.Spotter
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    Oh okay. No Problem! :>

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  • ErwinS
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    We only prescreen before upload. This will be screened when it pops up.

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  • Cleveland.Spotter
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    Feedback on a photo on the queue

    Hello everyone! I was just looking for some advice and tips from a screener in terms of what you think of this. Was taken at 1:40am in the pouring rain! https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7643965
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