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    Quote Originally Posted by Arvin Lienardi View Post
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    this is my usual jpg setting in saving it from photoshop. However, it still show horrible compression on the sky area when i use "check for dust" tool from the website.
    That should be the correct save setting. Notice the file size is more than 350k. If that's the case images are not suffering from compression, but something else (like the NR Geri mentioned) could be creating an effect that looks like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    That should be the correct save setting. Notice the file size is more than 350k. If that's the case images are not suffering from compression, but something else (like the NR Geri mentioned) could be creating an effect that looks like it.
    Hi Arvin,

    I was actually at Jakarta Airpot at the same time you took these shots, the weather was actually v good. I am echoing Geri and Dana's thoughts here, it's got to be something in your workflow. Happy to have a look at a RAW file (if you have one) Regards T

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    yeah, i guess the culprit is the noise reducing filter, i've edit several photos without the noise reducer and it goes fine.
    Thank you!

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    I got this photo rejected for contrast reason. When i appealed, the reason is that due to poor light angle, i do agree the nose section is brighter but not so much brighter then the rest of it, can anyone explain further why?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arvin Lienardi View Post
    I got this photo rejected for contrast reason. When i appealed, the reason is that due to poor light angle, i do agree the nose section is brighter but not so much brighter then the rest of it, can anyone explain further why?
    http://www.jetphotos.com/viewreject_b.php?id=7233570
    Actually I'm not sure what 'poor light angle' means either, as the angle of the light isn't really the issue here imho, it's more the overcast/hazy conditions giving the light a flat, diffuse quality that's affecting the contrast.

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    Does it have any chance to pass? The sky is slightly hazy however is not a total blown out, the blues is slightly there and the sun is shining bright.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arvin Lienardi View Post
    Does it have any chance to pass?
    Well it was rejected, so..no.

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    Hi, would be good if someone share their thoughts on those shots

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arvin Lienardi View Post
    Hi, would be good if someone share their thoughts on those shots

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    Both borderline for contrast. Might want to also double check for dust spots & vignetting.

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    this is my first time editing night photos, anyone can give their opinions?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arvin Lienardi View Post
    this is my first time editing night photos, anyone can give their opinions?
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    Both borderline at best for dark/contrast.

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    are these better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arvin Lienardi View Post
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    are these better?
    Not much. There simply isn't enough light on the aircraft to make up for the fact that the sky is still bright.

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    Hi, can anyone shrare their thoughts? This is my first time editing to 1600px size

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    and does the 737 considered as night shot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arvin Lienardi View Post
    Hi, can anyone shrare their thoughts? This is my first time editing to 1600px size

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    and does the 737 considered as night shot?
    Hello,

    Not a screener , but maybe I can help you.

    The 737 looks pretty good and yes it's a nightshot. Look at the long shadow behind the tail.
    A330 seems a bit blurred/soft to me. Maybe it works at 1280.

    But the crew could have other ideas of course.

    Best Regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arvin Lienardi View Post
    Hi, can anyone shrare their thoughts? This is my first time editing to 1600px size

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    and does the 737 considered as night shot?
    Both a touch dark, but otherwise ok. Yes, can be Night Shot.

    Quote Originally Posted by wkd001 View Post
    A330 seems a bit blurred/soft to me. Maybe it works at 1280.
    Not blurry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    Both a touch dark, but otherwise ok. Yes, can be Night Shot.



    Not blurry.
    how about the horizon level in the 737 shot, i found that to be a tricky angle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arvin Lienardi View Post
    how about the horizon level in the 737 shot, i found that to be a tricky angle
    See:
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    otherwise ok.

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    Can anyone give any adivoce on horizon level in this image, i have doubt wheter to follow the bulding on the background or the runway as reference point?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arvin Lienardi View Post
    Can anyone give any adivoce on horizon level in this image, i have doubt wheter to follow the bulding on the background or the runway as reference point?

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    Maybe a tiny bit of CW needed, but looks pretty close to being ok.

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