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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    1. ok
    2. borderline soft
    3. ok
    Thanks, have sharpened the easyJet slightly. hopefully no editing halo's there as is OK now

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    I've also just noticed that I have managed to get multiple images in the queue with an incorrect date on them (obviously I missed the date box). I cannot find any way in the correct info screen to sort this. Is this possible or do i need to delete and requeue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DominicHall View Post
    Thanks, have sharpened the easyJet slightly. hopefully no editing halo's there as is OK now

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    I've also just noticed that I have managed to get multiple images in the queue with an incorrect date on them (obviously I missed the date box). I cannot find any way in the correct info screen to sort this. Is this possible or do i need to delete and requeue?
    Apologies, I may have inadvertnatly crossed the 24hr rule. If that's the case then I'll re-submit the image tomorrow, but some advice on the date issue on my already submitted images would be much appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DominicHall View Post
    Apologies, I may have inadvertnatly crossed the 24hr rule. If that's the case then I'll re-submit the image tomorrow, but some advice on the date issue on my already submitted images would be much appreciated.
    There is no way to adjust dates while images are in the queue, you'll need to remove them from the queue and re-submit with the correct dates.

    Easyjet oversharpened now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    There is no way to adjust dates while images are in the queue, you'll need to remove them from the queue and re-submit with the correct dates.

    Easyjet oversharpened now.
    Ok thanks, have re-submitted with correct date now. I'll abandon the easyJet then, maybe one day when my editing skills have improved I'll come back to it.

    Heres another few for you to pre-screen please when you get a moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DominicHall View Post
    Ok thanks, have re-submitted with correct date now. I'll abandon the easyJet then, maybe one day when my editing skills have improved I'll come back to it.

    Heres another few for you to pre-screen please when you get a moment.

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    1. ok
    2. centering/crop, and yes bit soft towards the tail but may be acceptable
    3. also bit soft

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    1. ok
    2. centering/crop, and yes bit soft towards the tail but may be acceptable
    3. also bit soft
    Morning,

    Have had a go at sorting the following two,

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    and a fresh three to pre-screen please

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    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by DominicHall View Post
    Morning,

    Have had a go at sorting the following two,

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    and a fresh three to pre-screen please

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    Thanks
    1. borderline dark
    2. oversharpened
    3-4 ok
    5. yes borderline horizon (CW)

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    Thank you for the advice. I have just been authorised to upload at a resolution of 1600px. Would you please have a look at these as see how they look at this size.

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    Good Morning,

    Any thoughts on the above?

    Many thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by DominicHall View Post
    Thank you for the advice. I have just been authorised to upload at a resolution of 1600px. Would you please have a look at these as see how they look at this size.

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    Maybe a touch soft in places, but they'd all be ok for me.

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    Good Evening,

    I have some more for pre-screening. Hopefully I'm getting my head around most of the acceptable paramaters, still not sure on softness at times though.

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    potentially over exposed slightly, also looks like it may be a touch over-sharpened around the registration number area.

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    sunlight 'flash' around the forward door. might constitute an over exposure.

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    I think this one is OK, but I usually have sharpness issues with images shot at that angle, so just wanting an expert opinion.

    Many Thanks as always.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DominicHall View Post
    Good Evening,

    I have some more for pre-screening. Hopefully I'm getting my head around most of the acceptable paramaters, still not sure on softness at times though.

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    potentially over exposed slightly, also looks like it may be a touch over-sharpened around the registration number area.

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    sunlight 'flash' around the forward door. might constitute an over exposure.

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    I think this one is OK, but I usually have sharpness issues with images shot at that angle, so just wanting an expert opinion.

    Many Thanks as always.
    All three would be ok for me.

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    Hi,

    I have another few I am uncertain on, and would appreciate some feedback.

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    When I first looked at this one I thought it would be OK, the more I look at it the more I think it's just too soft.

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    I'm not sure on the contrast of this one, Also the background blur is throwing me off evaluating the sharpness.

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    Not sure about the softness and contrast of this one.

    Thanks for your help

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    Quote Originally Posted by DominicHall View Post
    Hi,

    I have another few I am uncertain on, and would appreciate some feedback.

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    When I first looked at this one I thought it would be OK, the more I look at it the more I think it's just too soft.

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    I'm not sure on the contrast of this one, Also the background blur is throwing me off evaluating the sharpness.

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    Not sure about the softness and contrast of this one.

    Thanks for your help
    1. yes, too soft for 1600pix
    2. ok
    3. borderline overexposed

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    1. yes, too soft for 1600pix
    Thanks, I thought it may have been. I've not another couple for you to look at if you'd be so kind.

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    The centering is off (only slightly imo). Wondering whether it's within paramaters you'd find acceptable or if it's too far out. Sadly because of the original shot I cannot crop it any better.

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    I'm not sure if this one is too soft, especially around the tail

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    This one has caused me a headache. Would appreciate opinions especially concerning contrast and colour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DominicHall View Post
    Thanks, I thought it may have been. I've not another couple for you to look at if you'd be so kind.

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    The centering is off (only slightly imo). Wondering whether it's within paramaters you'd find acceptable or if it's too far out. Sadly because of the original shot I cannot crop it any better.

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    I'm not sure if this one is too soft, especially around the tail

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    This one has caused me a headache. Would appreciate opinions especially concerning contrast and colour.
    Your assessments are basically correct:

    1. ok
    2. soft/blurry
    3. dark/contrast

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    Your assessments are basically correct:

    2. soft/blurry
    Morning, I've had a go at further sharpening on 2. It looks better to my (untrained) eye, hopefully I've not overdone it

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    Quote Originally Posted by DominicHall View Post
    Morning, I've had a go at further sharpening on 2. It looks better to my (untrained) eye, hopefully I've not overdone it

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    Blurry can't be fixed by adding more sharpening. The tail area is still noticeably soft/blurry. I would try a different frame than this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    Blurry can't be fixed by adding more sharpening. The tail area is still noticeably soft/blurry. I would try a different frame than this one.
    I understand, thanks for the advice. Will see if I have another suitable shot from the sequence.

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    Good Evening,

    I have another few I'd be grateful if you'd pre-screen. Im generally concerned about softness in them and contrast also with the Virgin Atlantic.

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    Many Thanks

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