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    Quote Originally Posted by pdeboer View Post
    First is soft, almost blurry, second looks acceptable to me
    Thank you Pamela for your time.
    The KLM looked blurry to me indeed after the last edit, your words are giving me the final push to let it go.
    Will drop the Korean in queue.
    I also want to offer two new ones for pre-screening

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    Note to number one. The original was already low in frame, curious if it can be saved. Number two gives me more doubts about the conditions and or if I have used the right edit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wkd001 View Post
    Thank you Pamela for your time.
    The KLM looked blurry to me indeed after the last edit, your words are giving me the final push to let it go.
    Will drop the Korean in queue.
    I also want to offer two new ones for pre-screening

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    Note to number one. The original was already low in frame, curious if it can be saved. Number two gives me more doubts about the conditions and or if I have used the right edit.
    Hello

    Im not a screener but i think both are too high in frame. I dont know how the original files looks like, but normally that can be fixed.
    Otherwise they look ok to me.

    This is how i center my pictures (distance a schould be the same as b). For better demonstration i have filled the space with the same color of the sky.
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    Hope this helps, have a nice evening!
    Best Regards from Germany,
    Julian S.​

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    Quote Originally Posted by Julian S. View Post
    Hello

    Im not a screener but i think both are too high in frame. I dont know how the original files looks like, but normally that can be fixed.
    Otherwise they look ok to me.

    This is how i center my pictures (distance a schould be the same as b). For better demonstration i have filled the space with the same color of the sky.
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    Hope this helps, have a nice evening!
    Hi Julian,

    Thx for the feedback.
    Sometimes I get little dazed and confused with different kinds of centering of different angles
    The PIA is too high in frame indeed, I need to re-edit that completely as the nose was on top of the image almost.
    Could pull the AA down a little, but I guess it's at least borderline.
    As it's bad weather today here, I have some more photos for pre-screening.
    The first one will be the revised AA

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    Quote Originally Posted by wkd001 View Post
    Hi Julian,

    Thx for the feedback.
    Sometimes I get little dazed and confused with different kinds of centering of different angles
    The PIA is too high in frame indeed, I need to re-edit that completely as the nose was on top of the image almost.
    Could pull the AA down a little, but I guess it's at least borderline.
    As it's bad weather today here, I have some more photos for pre-screening.
    The first one will be the revised AA

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    Quality looks ok on all, though 4 is borderline for contrast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    Quality looks ok on all, though 4 is borderline for contrast.
    Thank you again Dana for your time, it's really appreciated!
    However alongside this thread I'm still dubbing about two photos on which one too finish completely and too upload.
    It handles on the same EK A380.
    Number one is the borderline for contrast. Is something more to add? Tried too stretch the dark tones and the highlights as far as possible and added a little saturation.
    On number two was the left wingtip cutted off already by taking the photo. An earlier post in this thread resulted in a possible reject for parts cutted off.
    Should I make a different crop on it and go for that one.
    Please advice as I really want to upload one of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wkd001 View Post
    Thank you again Dana for your time, it's really appreciated!
    However alongside this thread I'm still dubbing about two photos on which one too finish completely and too upload.
    It handles on the same EK A380.
    Number one is the borderline for contrast. Is something more to add? Tried too stretch the dark tones and the highlights as far as possible and added a little saturation.
    On number two was the left wingtip cutted off already by taking the photo. An earlier post in this thread resulted in a possible reject for parts cutted off.
    Should I make a different crop on it and go for that one.
    Please advice as I really want to upload one of them.

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    1st one looks great. 2nd looks dark, more crop would help also

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    Quote Originally Posted by meneses24 View Post
    1st one looks great. 2nd looks dark, more crop would help also
    Thanks for your advice. Dropped nr. 1 in the queue.

    Got three more for pre-screening right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wkd001 View Post
    Thanks for your advice. Dropped nr. 1 in the queue.

    Got three more for pre-screening right now.

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    They all look fine to me.

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    Hello,

    Got this one rejected....https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6189101

    Made a new edit of it, but I think it's blurred.
    Also need some extra feedback on the centering of the aircraft

    Thanks in Advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wkd001 View Post
    Hello,

    Got this one rejected....https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6189101

    Made a new edit of it, but I think it's blurred.
    Also need some extra feedback on the centering of the aircraft

    Thanks in Advance.

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    Centering is ok, don't think the quality is too bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    Centering is ok, don't think the quality is too bad.
    Thank you Dana, will think about uploading the new version of it as I'm not completely certain about it.

    Ran into another problem now,

    Got this one rejected https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6191209

    However, tried to fix the mentioned points in it, but got another shot of the same aircraft seconds earlier.
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    Curious which one will stand a better chance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wkd001 View Post
    Thank you Dana, will think about uploading the new version of it as I'm not completely certain about it.

    Ran into another problem now,

    Got this one rejected https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6191209

    However, tried to fix the mentioned points in it, but got another shot of the same aircraft seconds earlier.
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    Curious which one will stand a better chance.
    #1 looks better. The slightly chopped off wing on #2 is a killer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LX-A343 View Post
    #1 looks better. The slightly chopped off wing on #2 is a killer.
    Thank you for your quick answer, but in that case I want to know If I've fixed all the problems from the reject properly, especially the contrast.

    BTW, as all the screeners might have noticed, I want to keep all my requests, advices, and problems from myself in my own thread, also to try to help you to keep everything a little clear.

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    Got another reject today, https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6192633

    Didn't agree with it, so appealed on it but that was also rejected with a reason I didn't completely understand.
    Exposure was already on the border, but got the advice to work on the mid-tones.
    However, as I don't know how to do that in LR, I decided to pull up the shadows witt this result.
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    Want to know if it stands a chance know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wkd001 View Post
    Got another reject today, https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6192633

    Didn't agree with it, so appealed on it but that was also rejected with a reason I didn't completely understand.
    Exposure was already on the border, but got the advice to work on the mid-tones.
    However, as I don't know how to do that in LR, I decided to pull up the shadows witt this result.
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    Want to know if it stands a chance know.
    Probably ok now, though seems a bit yellow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    Probably ok now, though seems a bit yellow.
    Could add a little more exposure by toying with shadows and blacks.
    There was a little hue in the photo indeed, but I couldn't describe it as yellow. For safety, I desaturated the yellow tones a little.
    The result is in the queue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wkd001 View Post
    Could add a little more exposure by toying with shadows and blacks.
    There was a little hue in the photo indeed, but I couldn't describe it as yellow. For safety, I desaturated the yellow tones a little.
    The result is in the queue.

    Want to offer a some more for pre-screening.

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    Quality looks fine on all of those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    Quality looks fine on all of those.
    Thanks again Dana.
    I want to know if I have to use nightshot for nr.3. I guess I have to to nr. 5.

    Got a couple more.

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    Note to nr.3 : It got rejected earlier today, due to underexposure and dust spot. Removed the bird that caused the dustspot, and increased the exposure by toying with shadows and blacks again.
    As the light was pretty hard that day , I didn't want to increase whites and exposure by itself

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    Quote Originally Posted by wkd001 View Post
    Thanks again Dana.
    I want to know if I have to use nightshot for nr.3. I guess I have to to nr. 5.
    You can use Night Shot for both.

    Quote Originally Posted by wkd001 View Post
    Got a couple more.

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    Note to nr.3 : It got rejected earlier today, due to underexposure and dust spot. Removed the bird that caused the dustspot, and increased the exposure by toying with shadows and blacks again.
    As the light was pretty hard that day , I didn't want to increase whites and exposure by itself
    1. compression
    2. soft, centering
    3. ok

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    You can use Night Shot for both.



    1. compression
    2. soft, centering
    3. ok
    Thanks again Dana.

    1. Will remain personal.
    2. Will re-edit it when possible.
    3. Is already in the queue.

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