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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    1. ok
    2. soft, overexposed, heat haze
    3. soft, borderline heat haze/backlit
    4. borderline soft
    Thanks. For the heat hazed ones, how can I determine whether or not a photo is worth editing and uploading at my editing level? I just noticed on the Alaska the belly towards the back is a bit jagged, and the nose wheel is kinda warped. Are those signs of heat haze?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dp.aviation02 View Post
    Thanks. For the heat hazed ones, how can I determine whether or not a photo is worth editing and uploading at my editing level? I just noticed on the Alaska the belly towards the back is a bit jagged, and the nose wheel is kinda warped. Are those signs of heat haze?
    Usually can see it where there are straight, hard lines (leading edges, livery cheat lines/stripes, etc..). That's where I can see it on the AS, though it would be much easier if looking at the full-res version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LX-A343 View Post
    Looks OK, as mentioned above. If anything, maybe the FedEx shows too much shadow from that angle. Some screeners may accept, some may reject for that.

    The fedex was rejected for being backlit, however, I dont think that is necessarily fair that it was rejected when I could have gotten a screener that would be okay with the edit. Should I appeal it? I think it was toplit but I dont want to waste the screeners time if it is impossible to be accepted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dp.aviation02 View Post
    The fedex was rejected for being backlit, however, I dont think that is necessarily fair that it was rejected when I could have gotten a screener that would be okay with the edit. Should I appeal it? I think it was toplit but I dont want to waste the screeners time if it is impossible to be accepted.

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    Looks backlit (and soft) to me. You do realize screeners don't agree with each other 100% of the time, right?

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    Yeah haha. Nobody can agree 100% with anything. Thanks

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    Hey,

    Could I get these pre screened?

    I sharpened the lufthansa here:
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    I wasnt sure if the blue on blue worked or not:
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    Was unsure about the lighting:
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    Thanks alot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dp.aviation02 View Post
    Hey,

    Could I get these pre screened?

    I sharpened the lufthansa here:
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    Wasnt sure about this one:
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    I wasnt sure if the blue on blue worked or not:
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    Was unsure about the lighting:
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    Thanks alot!
    1. borderline soft
    2. borderline backlit
    3. ok
    4. borderline backlit

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    Hey,

    I got all of these rejected for being "backlit" and "almost backlit". I appealed one, and was told it was "either way poor lighting" but i had gotten another photo I had taken minutes before that one accepted (which is why I appealed)

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    Because of that, I would like to get these two pre screened before i upload them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dp.aviation02 View Post
    Hey,

    I got all of these rejected for being "backlit" and "almost backlit". I appealed one, and was told it was "either way poor lighting" but i had gotten another photo I had taken minutes before that one accepted (which is why I appealed)

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    Because of that, I would like to get these two pre screened before i upload them.

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    The AA is partially backlit, the rest more or less completely. And yes, this borderline backlighting would be considered poor light in general.

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    Hey,

    Could I get these pre screened?

    Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dp.aviation02 View Post
    Hey,

    Could I get these pre screened?

    Thanks!
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    1. ok
    2. borderline backlit
    3. overprocessed

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    Interesting. For 3, what are some signs that show it is overprocessed?

    Also, can I get these 2 pre-screened?

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    This one im skeptical about, but before I edit any more I wanted to know whether its even worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dp.aviation02 View Post
    Interesting. For 3, what are some signs that show it is overprocessed?
    Editing halos.

    Quote Originally Posted by dp.aviation02 View Post
    Also, can I get these 2 pre-screened?
    1. borderline backlit
    2. contrast/backlit

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    Editing halos.



    1. borderline backlit
    2. contrast/backlit
    Ah okay. When you pre screen, do you just use your naked eye or how does it work, because I really like the "check for dust" feature cause it highlights the halos too but the only way to use it is uploading a photo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dp.aviation02 View Post
    Ah okay. When you pre screen, do you just use your naked eye
    Pretty much.

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    Hey,

    Can I get this pre screened please? Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dp.aviation02 View Post
    Hey,

    Can I get this pre screened please? Thanks!
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    Hello,

    Please read here throughly, especially #6:

    https://forums.jetphotos.com/showthr...ning-from-crew

    Can't prescreen images you can't actually upload.

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    Oh sorry. I realized I attached my full res version. I always save a JP res and full res (for personal usage). Here is the JP resolution one:

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    Quote Originally Posted by dp.aviation02 View Post
    Oh sorry. I realized I attached my full res version. I always save a JP res and full res (for personal usage). Here is the JP resolution one:

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    Borderline soft.

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    Hey,

    Wasnt sure if these were sharp enough

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