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    Hello, may I get a prescreen?

    Worried about softness/heat haze on all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOneFish View Post
    Hello, may I get a prescreen?

    Worried about softness/heat haze on all.

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    All of them would be rejected for centering, and probably heat haze as well.

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    I see, heat haze was killer yesterday, would they be too high or too low in frame?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOneFish View Post
    I see, heat haze was killer yesterday, would they be too high or too low in frame?
    Take another look, and tell me what you think the answer to that may be

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    1-3 low I think, 4-5 high?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOneFish View Post
    1-3 low I think, 4-5 high?
    Are you looking at these on your phone/tablet/laptop? If so, maybe you want to use an actual monitor where you can see the whole frame at the image without having to scroll up or down. That should make it a little more obvious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    laptop?
    Yes laptop, let me see if my older desktop can run lightroom and photoshop. Thanks for the help

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    Hello, may I get a prescreen? I'm trying to find some shots I can save from yesterday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOneFish View Post
    Hello, may I get a prescreen? I'm trying to find some shots I can save from yesterday.

    Backlit/centering? Click image for larger version. 

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    Not backlit, but yes poorly centered, and also soft and nearly overexposed.

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    Here's another one, i tried centering with the first window line, but I think I have too much empty space above. Is that a correct approach?
    Hows softness/exposure? Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOneFish View Post
    Here's another one, i tried centering with the first window line, but I think I have too much empty space above. Is that a correct approach?
    Hows softness/exposure? Thanks.
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    Centering and exposure ok, borderline soft.

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    Also is this backlit, and if not is the crop/angle and quality acceptable? Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOneFish View Post
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    A bit, yes.

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    Also is this backlit, and if not is the crop/angle and quality acceptable?Click image for larger version. 

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    Not a fan of the angle/crop myself, but nothing technically wrong with it that I can see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    Not a fan of the angle/crop myself, but nothing technically wrong with it that I can see.
    Thanks, I'll add them to the queue.

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    Hello, would this be too backlit/ not enough orange/yellow glow to be considered night shot?
    If its not too backlit, hows the quality?
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOneFish View Post
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    Hello, would this be too backlit/ not enough orange/yellow glow to be considered night shot?
    If its not too backlit, hows the quality?
    Thanks
    Would be rejected for backlit/contrast. Not fixable.

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    Okay thank you.

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    Hello, may I have a prescreen?

    Contrast lacking on both?

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    also rejected for soft/overexposed, is the overexposed due to the peak at the right side of the histogram? Is it worth an appeal?

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    Hello, may I have the above prescreened?
    For future reference am I allowed to request again after a certain period of no reply?

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOneFish View Post
    Hello, may I have a prescreen?

    Contrast lacking on both?
    Yes, borderline at best for contrast on both.

    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOneFish View Post
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    also rejected for soft/overexposed, is the overexposed due to the peak at the right side of the histogram? Is it worth an appeal?
    Exposure should be ok, but I guess maybe a bit soft. Appeal if you wish, but I wouldn't guarantee a positive result.

    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOneFish View Post
    For future reference am I allowed to request again after a certain period of no reply?
    You can request as many times as you'd like, keeping in mind no one is under any obligation to answer. We (I) do this on our own time, and for various reasons (both intentional and unintentional) sometimes requests will go unanswered.

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