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  • With this photo, I am looking for feedback on whether the horizon is level and if there is any prominent haze that will render this photo rejected. Thank you in advance.

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  • Thank you for the feedback Dana, in terms of suggested rotation for horizon would you suggest CW or CCW?...
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  • Hello Dana, and other pre-screening screeners, I could really use your assistance with this one. One of the main issues that I think might be an issue is the horizon and would like your input on the matter. Along with the horizon, could you tell me if my contrast, exposure and sharpness are sufficient, especially at 1920px. Thank you very much in advance

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  • Thank you for the detailed explanation. This will help me understand contrast better moving forward if and or when there might be poor/harsh lighting on the aircraft. I will learn to rely less on the histogram for contrast in cases like these. Thanks again for explaining this from a screeners perspective...
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  • I have noticed that although a photo still remains in the queue with the message stating 'Photo is already being screened and cannot be deleted' I notice that my acceptance rate will decrease if first screener rejects it and passes it onto another screener for a second opinion. That is what I referred to as 'initially rejected' because the first screener saw something that warranted a rejection, but was seeking counsel from another screener or head screener. In my honest opinion, it was the easiest way to explain it from my point of view. I will remember moving forward that photos are voted accept/reject until a final decision made and use that terminology instead...
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  • https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8919883

    For this rejection, I was curious if this lacked contrast on the whites or the blacks side as the histogram showed the peaks reaching the edges.

    OR

    If it caused the rejection because the peaks in the histogram were not prominent enough which also caused the too little contrast rejection.

    Some insight would be appreciated so that I can evaluate photos in the future to make the histogram, and ultimately the photo(s), more acceptable. Thank you.

    Below is a version of the histogram from the photo in question, just in case

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  • Not a screener, but this is what I assume is happening. So typically what that means is, the screener who first saw/screened the photo saw something that they thought warranted a rejection, but they want a second opinion from another screener or the head screener. So if they initially reject the photo, but are seeking counsel, it will stay in your queue with the message (photo is currently being screened, cannot be deleted) or something along those lines till a final decision is made. If the photo is truly rejected, it will show up in your rejected photos section with a rejection reason. Though it sometimes takes a little bit.
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  • Looking for feedback on this photo. I attempted to re-edit this photo in regards to bringing up the shadows to increase contrast and exposure. Would like to know if this edit is sufficient for JP. Here are my concerns even though I attempted to make this edit better

    1) Contrast, exposure, is this overprocessed/over-edited, and if there are any compression issues



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  • Not a screener, but have an understanding that typically with a shot like this, horizon does not come into play. Horizon comes in to play with you have mountains, buildings, or other objects that if they were unlevel would make the photo look askew.

    Based on the centering on the upload guidelines, this photo is high in frame. For this photo specifically, using the fuselage as your centering points is your best bet.
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  • Hello

    Looking for feedback on these two photos.

    1) Exposure, contrast, any visible jpeg compression, and if there are any issues with this being dirty/dust spots as trying a new lens



    2) I worry about this being a tighter crop and if this has caused any compression issues when resized. Also if any issues arise with dirty/dust spots due to trying a new lens



    Thank you in advance!...
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