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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheat View Post
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    thank you dlowwa for pre screening those photos anyway I would like a pre screen for this beauty
    Would be rejected for horizon, contrast, centering, and dirty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    Would be rejected for horizon, contrast, centering, and dirty.
    Can I fix the horizon and centering?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheat View Post
    Can I fix the horizon and centering?
    Would probably depend on how much cropping you've done already.

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    Mate, I feel that you should really take the time to carefully read the UPLOAD GUIDELINES and adjust you images to the standard before uploading. Getting the basics is very important at this stage. Making sure your photos have good lighting, contrast and aren't soft will give you much better chances. For now, you're getting the same feedback.

    - From 14,951 km away from Dallas.

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    The Lufthansa A350 looks sharp on the nose, but soft as you go down the body.... what f/ were you using? - try to use f/8 and above for a nice sharp image all through the airframe - also image may need a bit of sharpening which may help - notwithstanding other issues mentioned above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meeshboi View Post
    Mate, I feel that you should really take the time to carefully read the UPLOAD GUIDELINES and adjust you images to the standard before uploading. Getting the basics is very important at this stage. Making sure your photos have good lighting, contrast and aren't soft will give you much better chances. For now, you're getting the same feedback.

    - From 14,951 km away from Dallas.

    I have and as a result I've had 16 photos accepted this year while last year I had 2

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    Can someone pre screen this please and thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheat View Post
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    Can someone pre screen this please and thank you
    Should all be double checked for dust spots, editing halos, and size/ratio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    Should all be double checked for dust spots, editing halos, and size/ratio.

    How do you get rid of halos

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheat View Post
    How do you get rid of halos
    Wheat... my suggestion is that you check the material in the link below. But the short answer is halos appear when you over-edit or use for example the Auto button in Lightroom. Just use the curves tool in LR or PS and you should be OK.

    https://forums.jetphotos.com/showthr...ips-and-tricks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheat View Post
    How do you get rid of halos
    You don't (can't) get rid of halos. You need to prevent them from happening in the first place, and the first step would be to figure out what's causing them.

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