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    Hi guys.

    Is this one fixable?
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    Thanks.

    So how about now?
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    And can you please check those?
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    And two more:

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    Thanks

    btw, I really like the new idea, with seperated prescreening threads

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    Quote Originally Posted by pawelm View Post
    Thanks.

    So how about now?
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    And can you please check those?
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    thanks
    Condor B753:

    BAW 320: Low on contrast, should be fixed
    Condor 321: Good
    Condor 753: Good
    Vueling 320: Sky bit compressed but ok, try to CCW it a bit.
    OY-RCI: Lacks of contrast. Bit soft towards tail
    Binter ATR: Bit overexposed towards tail and nose area on reflections


    Cheers

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    Thanks Andres

    How about this one? It was previously rejected for being underexposed
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    Quote Originally Posted by pawelm View Post
    Thanks Andres

    How about this one? It was previously rejected for being underexposed
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    Exposure should be ok.

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    Hello,

    Can I get an opinion on this one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pawelm View Post
    Hello,

    Can I get an opinion on this one?
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    Borderline for contrast.

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    Hi, Any chance for this one? 1/50sec hand-held shot. A night shot actually, the Sun went down like 3 minutes earlier.

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    Or this one. This is a 1/30s hand-held shot. Normally I wouldn't bother you guys, but this photo is kind of uniqe. Main landing gear bay doors wide open, smoke from the left main gear (hydraulic fluid leaked on hot brakes) a beacon flash, and all these things in one photo. I know it's not the best quality, but how often can we see shots like that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pawelm View Post
    Hi, Any chance for this one? 1/50sec hand-held shot. A night shot actually, the Sun went down like 3 minutes earlier.

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    Edit:

    Or this one. This is a 1/30s hand-held shot. Normally I wouldn't bother you guys, but this photo is kind of uniqe. Main landing gear bay doors wide open, smoke from the left main gear (hydraulic fluid leaked on hot brakes) a beacon flash, and all these things in one photo. I know it's not the best quality, but how often can we see shots like that?

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    Both would be rejected for dark.

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    Thanks,

    How about now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pawelm View Post
    Thanks,

    How about now?
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    Borderline for contrast, but potentially ok.

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    Thanks,

    And another Omni in "lovely" weather...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pawelm View Post
    Thanks,

    And another Omni in "lovely" weather...

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    Likely a contrast rejection.

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    Hi,

    I did risk it, and it was rejected. Contrast issues ofcourse. Any ideas on how to fix this? And actually, is it fixable?

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6211985


    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by pawelm View Post
    Hi,

    I did risk it, and it was rejected. Contrast issues ofcourse. Any ideas on how to fix this? And actually, is it fixable?

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6211985


    thanks
    You could try increasing the contrast, but not sure it will do much good as the light was quite poor.

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    Hi guys,

    Can you please look at those photos?
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    And one more thing:

    Is this one really unlevel? I used brown buidings in the back as a refference. I've checked it with JP's horizon check, zoomed the image to 300% and I really can't tell which side is it leaning to.
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6217930

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    Quote Originally Posted by pawelm View Post
    And one more thing:

    Is this one really unlevel? I used brown buidings in the back as a refference. I've checked it with JP's horizon check, zoomed the image to 300% and I really can't tell which side is it leaning to.
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6217930

    thanks
    I would say it's clearly leveled! The verticals are straight, what you can see when you look at the posts above fhe winglet or the buildings and posts in the middle of the picture. (verticals in the middle have a higher priority in leveling because the distortion is much smaller)
    Nice shot btw.

    Hope this helps, have a nice evening!
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    Julian S.​

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