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    Hello

    I'm relatively new here and would like some photos prescreened. All photos attached are hot.

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    -Luca Flores
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    Hi,
    Not a screener so don't take what I say as the final word, but all look ok except for N53440, which looks a little soft especially t the nose.
    Have a great day,
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    Quote Originally Posted by klax_spotting View Post
    Hello

    I'm relatively new here and would like some photos prescreened. All photos attached are hot.

    Thank you
    -Luca Flores
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    1. borderline dark/contrast
    2. ok
    3. soft/heat haze, borderline horizon (CW)
    4. ok

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    Thanks, folks! I appreciate the responses.

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    Luca Flores

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    Hello
    Here is another batch of prescreening requests.

    Thank you
    Luca Flores

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    Quote Originally Posted by klax_spotting View Post
    Hello
    Here is another batch of prescreening requests.

    Thank you
    Luca Flores

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    1. contrast
    2. overprocessed
    3. borderline contrast
    4-5 ok

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    1. contrast
    2. overprocessed
    3. borderline contrast
    4-5 ok
    Thanks, dlowwa. Can you specify if 1 and 3 are over or under contrasted, please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by klax_spotting View Post
    Thanks, dlowwa. Can you specify if 1 and 3 are over or under contrasted, please?

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    Luca Flores
    Under.

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    Sorry, dlowwa. I thought because this wasn't a prescreening request I should make another thread. Obviously that wasn't the case.

    Anyway, I recently got this photo rejected for too much or too little contrast and invalid hot. I was under the impression that hot photos were changes to the aircraft not yet in a photo on the JetPhotos database, so I'm not sure why I got that reason for rejection. Also, could you specify if this was too much or too little contrast?

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    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7176051

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    Quote Originally Posted by klax_spotting View Post
    Sorry, dlowwa. I thought because this wasn't a prescreening request I should make another thread. Obviously that wasn't the case.

    Anyway, I recently got this photo rejected for too much or too little contrast and invalid hot. I was under the impression that hot photos were changes to the aircraft not yet in a photo on the JetPhotos database, so I'm not sure why I got that reason for rejection. Also, could you specify if this was too much or too little contrast?

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    Contrast is too low due to the overcast conditions. Why do you think it qualifies for hot?

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    Qualifies for hot because the most recent photo of N68817 shows the bottom scimitars attached. Didn't have the bottom scimitars when I spotted it. Also, it was not overcast, there was a cloud. Sun was still shining unobstructed by clouds

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    Quote Originally Posted by klax_spotting View Post
    Qualifies for hot because the most recent photo of N68817 shows the bottom scimitars attached. Didn't have the bottom scimitars when I spotted it.
    Only permanent changes to equipment qualify as hot. Temporary changes, as this is, do not.

    Quote Originally Posted by klax_spotting View Post
    Also, it was not overcast, there was a cloud. Sun was still shining unobstructed by clouds
    Overcast means there was a cloud between the sun and the aircraft...you say it was not overcast, but there was a cloud. Those are contradictory statements.

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    If only permanent changes qualify, why do paint schemes? Those are temporary but qualify as hot. And I meant cloud in the photo, not blocking the sun. Just because there is a cloud in the sky doesn't mean it's overcast. There was no cloud between the sun and the plane, but there was a cloud in the photo

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    Quote Originally Posted by klax_spotting View Post
    If only permanent changes qualify, why do paint schemes? Those are temporary but qualify as hot.
    The winglet could be repaired in days. I'm assuming you're referring to special paint schemes, which typically last months, or years.

    Quote Originally Posted by klax_spotting View Post
    And I meant cloud in the photo, not blocking the sun. Just because there is a cloud in the sky doesn't mean it's overcast. There was no cloud between the sun and the plane, but there was a cloud in the photo
    I am pretty sure there is at least some high layer of could between the sun in the aircraft in that image, as the contrast is far too low for it to be direct light.

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    Hello. Could someone please prescreen these for me?

    Thank you
    Luca Flores

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    Quote Originally Posted by klax_spotting View Post
    Hello. Could someone please prescreen these for me?

    Thank you
    Luca Flores

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    1, 2: too similar, please choose the one you want to upload
    3: OK, maybe a touch dark
    4: OK

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    Quote Originally Posted by LX-A343 View Post
    1, 2: too similar, please choose the one you want to upload
    3: OK, maybe a touch dark
    4: OK
    Thanks for the response.

    As a screener, which Wamos do you think has the best chance of getting accepted?

    Luca Flores


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    Quote Originally Posted by klax_spotting View Post
    Thanks for the response.

    As a screener, which Wamos do you think has the best chance of getting accepted?
    I see no major difference in quality between the two.

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    Alright thanks for the input! I appreciate the time you guys take to prescreen.

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    Hey again,
    I would appreciate it if someone prescreened these 4 photos for me and let me know which Lufthansa has the best shot of getting accepted.Click image for larger version. 

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    Also, sorry if I've been kind of a nag. I know I've asked for a lot of prescreens. I appreciate the time you guys take to do this.

    Thanks
    Luca Flores

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