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    Question Bingolancer - Editing advice

    Hi Guys
    I wonder these four pictures are good enough for acceptance. Please help to do the pre-screening, thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bingolancer View Post
    Hi Guys
    I wonder these four pictures are good enough for acceptance. Please help to do the pre-screening, thanks!

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    Hi,

    1. overprocessed, color, contrast, overexposed
    2. overprocessed, dark/contrast
    3. overprocessed, contrast
    4. heat haze, contrast, color
    5. noisy, contrast

    The overprocessed rejections would be for editing halos, and the contrast is due to the really harsh light. The former should be easy to fix, but the latter might be more difficult.

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    Thank you. Will try to do some improvements.

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    Hi!
    How about this batch? Are they qualified for acceptance? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bingolancer View Post
    Hi!
    How about this batch? Are they qualified for acceptance? Thanks!

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    1. soft/blurry
    2. heat haze
    3. contrast, soft, noise
    4. soft, borderline contrast
    5. soft, horizon

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    Thanks for the reply.

    For these two pictures with cropping composition, which cropping is better? Personally I prefer 1st photo...
    Haven't removed the dust spots yet since I've yet to decide which one to upload.


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    In addition, I've re-edited the 5th photo of my first post in this thread(JA825J). Still look underexposed maybe?
    I know there was no decent light in this one, still making adjustments to histogram to make contrast better while avoiding excessive peaks at both ends of the histogram.
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    This one has a high peak in the middle of its luminosity histogram, will that trigger a over-processed rejection?
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    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bingolancer View Post
    Thanks for the reply.

    For these two pictures with cropping composition, which cropping is better? Personally I prefer 1st photo...
    Haven't removed the dust spots yet since I've yet to decide which one to upload.


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    In addition, I've re-edited the 5th photo of my first post in this thread(JA825J). Still look underexposed maybe?
    I know there was no decent light in this one, still making adjustments to histogram to make contrast better while avoiding excessive peaks at both ends of the histogram.
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    This one has a high peak in the middle of its luminosity histogram, will that trigger a over-processed rejection?
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    Thanks!
    1-2 both would likely be rejected for Cut Off
    3 better, but still borderline for contrast
    4 borderline contrast

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    Thank you very much!
    About the cut-off you've mentioned, how about this one?
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    that's better and acceptable yes

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    Great! Thanks!

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    Hi!
    Can someone please pre-screen these photos? Many thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bingolancer View Post
    Hi!
    Can someone please pre-screen these photos? Many thanks.

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    Hi, for me I'd say 1. is soft, dark and contrast, looks like poor light all round 2. Level, soft, contrast, dark (same light?) 3. might be ok borderline), Theres a colour tint which if you take the grey sampler in photoshop levels and place it on the ANA grey goes and warms up the image a touch, bring the trees a more natural green. Some jaggies on the horizontal stabiliser, wing tip - lot of heat haze about 4. Contrast, dark (bordering backlit with v little sun/light on tail) Same colour tint 5. Heat Hazed (personal collection).
    Hope it helps T

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    Thanks for your opinion! Will try to work on the darkness and color tint.

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    Hello!
    Could you please check these photos for me if they are good enough to accept, thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bingolancer View Post
    Hello!
    Could you please check these photos for me if they are good enough to accept, thanks!
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    1. contrast, soft/heat haze
    2. contrast/dark
    3. contrast, soft

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    1. contrast, soft/heat haze
    2. contrast/dark
    3. contrast, soft
    Did some tweaking, don't know if they works...
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    Quote Originally Posted by bingolancer View Post
    Did some tweaking, don't know if they works...
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    1. grainy, soft, heat haze. not fixable.
    2. contrast
    3. contrast

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    Thank you!
    Also I'd like to know about the over-processing rejection of this photo. Was it because of the halo?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bingolancer View Post
    Thank you!
    Also I'd like to know about the over-processing rejection of this photo. Was it because of the halo?
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6579790
    I got the answer from appeal comments

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    Hi Screeners,
    I'd like to know if these three pictures will be considered backlit? Or is there any other issue? Thanks!
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