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    I would only try to correct https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7026310 and forget the other.

    On id=7026310 try to add more shadows. A quick edit (and certainly not the best possible) on the left side here ...
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    Hello,
    In this picture https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7396715 contrast should be increased right ?
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    the problem is that the fuselage is not well lit and does not stand out against the sky

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    Quote Originally Posted by A330-343X View Post
    Hello,
    In this picture https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7396715 contrast should be increased right ?
    Agree with Pamela, don't think this one can really be 'fixed'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdeboer View Post
    the problem is that the fuselage is not well lit and does not stand out against the sky
    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    Agree with Pamela, don't think this one can really be 'fixed'.
    Such a pity anyway, thanks !
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    Hello,
    I've corrected rejected photos, and I'd like to know if they are acceptable now:
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    and new I want to upload:
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    Quote Originally Posted by A330-343X View Post
    Hello,
    I've corrected rejected photos, and I'd like to know if they are acceptable now:
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    and these I want to upload:
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    1. blurry, borderline overexposed/contrast
    2. soft/blurry, borderline overexposed/contrast
    3. similar (#1), soft
    4. borderline contrast
    5. soft, borderline contrast

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    Hello,
    Is this one https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7501165 acceptable now: Click image for larger version. 

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    and how about these: Click image for larger version. 

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    P.S. If there's a contrast issue, tell me if it's too much, or too little please.
    Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by A330-343X View Post
    Don't see a big difference, but it's mostly an aesthetic thing, so might come down to whoever screens it.

    Quote Originally Posted by A330-343X View Post
    and how about these:
    Yes, these all have issues with contrast/color, but due to the overcast/flat light, I doubt they are fixable as simply adding more contrast is not likely to make them acceptable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    Don't see a big difference, but it's mostly an aesthetic thing, so might come down to whoever screens it.



    Yes, these all have issues with contrast/color, but due to the overcast/flat light, I doubt they are fixable as simply adding more contrast is not likely to make them acceptable.
    Thanks !
    I know it might be hard to say because every photo is different, but how should I edit "bad weather shots" to make them acceptable ? Because I've noticed in my experience with Jetphotos, that 95% of my rejections are shots without sun on aircraft, recently this one got accepted https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9373644
    Maybe increasing clarity would help ?
    I mean something like that in terms of fixing them:
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    Quote Originally Posted by A330-343X View Post
    Thanks !
    I know it might be hard to say because every photo is different, but how should I edit "bad weather shots" to make them acceptable ? Because I've noticed in my experience with Jetphotos, that 95% of my rejections are shots without sun on aircraft, recently this one got accepted https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9373644
    Maybe increasing clarity would help ?
    I mean something like that in terms of fixing them:
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    Basically, the less direct light on the subject (aircraft), the less chance of being accepted, especially if the background is brighter/receiving more light. This doesn't mean you can't get bad weather shots accepted, only that you need to lower your expectation, as the chances are reduced. There is not much you can do with editing to remedy such images.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    Basically, the less direct light on the subject (aircraft), the less chance of being accepted, especially if the background is brighter/receiving more light. This doesn't mean you can't get bad weather shots accepted, only that you need to lower your expectation, as the chances are reduced. There is not much you can do with editing to remedy such images.
    Ok, I'll keep that in mind next time when shooting, and I'll try editing LH A343 from the same series but few shots later where the light is more direct and ask here later, thanks for the hints !
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    I think that I finally understand what it's all about after comapring previous shots and these , are they ok now ? From the whole "landing sequence" they have the most direct lighting.
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    Earlier I thought that "Too much or too little contrast" was only matter of editing...
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    P.S. 1. Would it be possible to point out "flat light" reason instead of "too much or too little contrast" (personally I think it would be less "misguiding") when rejecting the photo?
    2. Is it possible to have my forum name changed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by A330-343X View Post
    I think that I finally understand what it's all about after comapring previous shots and these , are they ok now ? From the whole "landing sequence" they have the most direct lighting.
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    Both likely contrast rejections, especially the second.

    Quote Originally Posted by A330-343X View Post
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    1. borderline contrast
    2. contrast
    3. borderline contrast

    Quote Originally Posted by A330-343X View Post
    P.S. 1. Would it be possible to point out "flat light" reason instead of "too much or too little contrast" (personally I think it would be less "misguiding") when rejecting the photo?
    If you mean adding a new rejection category, no, the system is not currently set up to allow such a modification, and in any case 'flat light' infers that adding more contrast could possibly fix the issue, which is simply not the case in most instances.

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    2. Is it possible to have my forum name changed?
    I am not aware of any way to change your forum name, sorry.

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    Thank You for the answers !
    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    Both likely contrast rejections, especially the second.
    Ok, but fixable or still not ? If yes, reduce or increase ?

    1. borderline contrast
    2. contrast
    3. borderline contrast
    The same as first ones - increase, decrease or not fixable ? But mostly focusing on 2nd one, because usually when You said borderline they got accepted (hope this works this time ).
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    Quote Originally Posted by A330-343X View Post
    Ok, but fixable or still not ? If yes, reduce or increase ?
    Don't think you can do any more to improve them with editing.

    Quote Originally Posted by A330-343X View Post
    The same as first ones - increase, decrease or not fixable ? But mostly focusing on 2nd one, because usually when You said borderline they got accepted (hope this works this time ).
    Same as above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    Don't think you can do any more to improve them with editing.



    Same as above.
    Thank You so much for help (and patience ) !
    I have still about 120 photos to upload, for now I'm not sure about few of them, I will ask here in the afternoon (sticking to the 5 per 24h rule).
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    as "promised", new please
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    Quote Originally Posted by A330-343X View Post
    as "promised", new please
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    1. borderline contrast/compression
    2-3 similar
    4-5 borderline soft/compression

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