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    Default RSD hue/color - editing advice

    Hello,

    Still trying to demystify the screening process here. ( thank you on previous threads)
    I have just got results for 2 airplanes, with the 313 accepted where I was certain of rejection and the b738 rejected where I sure of acceptance.
    Another interesting fact, if I may, is the exact opposite screening result at planespotters, where the same 2 exports were screened.

    Nevertheless, I would like to try to understand how this hue/color saturation is judged here
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7277671

    I m guessing it is an over saturation, since the hue is unchanged. I do not believe it is an under.

    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSD View Post
    Hello,

    Still trying to demystify the screening process here. ( thank you on previous threads)
    I have just got results for 2 airplanes, with the 313 accepted where I was certain of rejection and the b738 rejected where I sure of acceptance.
    Another interesting fact, if I may, is the exact opposite screening result at planespotters, where the same 2 exports were screened.

    Nevertheless, I would like to try to understand how this hue/color saturation is judged here
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7277671

    I m guessing it is an over saturation, since the hue is unchanged. I do not believe it is an under.

    Thank you
    Doesn't look too bad to me; cyan/blue a bit strong but other than that looks ok.

    See right side here:

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    Doesn't look too bad to me; cyan/blue a bit strong but other than that looks ok.

    See right side here:

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    Thanks for the feedback. I actually had put -5 vibrance. I believe that the logo is quite color saturated on the painting itself, for having seen that aircraft many times. Do you think it is worth a appeal ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSD View Post
    Thanks for the feedback. I actually had put -5 vibrance. I believe that the logo is quite color saturated on the painting itself, for having seen that aircraft many times. Do you think it is worth a appeal ?
    As I said, the cyan/blue is a little too strong, so if the appeal came to me, I would reject it again. I advise correcting the color as I suggested in the example, and then re-submitting.

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    Default [Editing advice ] Pre-screening. Until i get to 10 :)

    Hello,

    Thanks for the help recently. I down to 3 now wohoo.
    I would like to use that method of pre screening, at least until I reach the 10 goal line.

    Here are 5 pics that I really like. What do you think ?
    Thx in advance
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    Hi, please read this when you get the chance:

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

    As per #4, we'd like you to keep all of your editing/prescreening requests to a single thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by RSD View Post
    Here are 5 pics that I really like. What do you think ?
    Thx in advance
    1. soft
    2. ok
    3. dark
    4-5 ok

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    Hello,

    Thanks. Looks like you re doing a lot on this advice aspect of the website, appreciated. I wish I had read the thread on pre screening thread before, it's done now. The requirements make sense.
    Regarding your pre screen, cool, i'm getting there. May I ask regarding 1 and 3.
    1 - If sharp enough, this kind of angle/composition is then acceptable ?
    3- So with a black livery, one should go higher in the exposition to compensate ? I actually turned it down before the pre screen export, I guess I had a better gut feeling before
    Thx for your help

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSD View Post
    1 - If sharp enough, this kind of angle/composition is then acceptable ?
    Nothing technically wrong with the angle (it won't be rejected for this), though some (myself included) don't find it a particularly attractive angle. Given the livery is not really visible, the image will also likely be excluded from FR24.

    Quote Originally Posted by RSD View Post
    3- So with a black livery, one should go higher in the exposition to compensate ? I actually turned it down before the pre screen export, I guess I had a better gut feeling before
    Dark liveries are a little harder to judge, but looking at the tail and sky, there is some room for brightening to occur.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    Nothing technically wrong with the angle (it won't be rejected for this), though some (myself included) don't find it a particularly attractive angle. Given the livery is not really visible, the image will also likely be excluded from FR24.



    Dark liveries are a little harder to judge, but looking at the tail and sky, there is some room for brightening to occur.
    Thx I ll keep that in mind and add the exp on the sunwing.

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    Hello everyone,
    Would you say this one has a chance? The quality is not there, but the shot is quite nice Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSD View Post
    Hello everyone,
    Would you say this one has a chance? The quality is not there, but the shot is quite nice Click image for larger version. 

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    I agree, nice image, but very likely a rejection for soft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    I agree, nice image, but very likely a rejection for soft.
    Yeah that s what I thought. Thx

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    Hello,

    I feel this one could have a chance thought it s definitely borderline.
    But being french and spotting my presidential plane in Quebec, I would love to be able to submit it
    What do you guys think ? I have these two options
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    Quote Originally Posted by RSD View Post
    Hello,

    I feel this one could have a chance thought it s definitely borderline.
    But being french and spotting my presidential plane in Quebec, I would love to be able to submit it
    What do you guys think ? I have these two options
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    These images would be considered similar. Please choose just one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    These images would be considered similar. Please choose just one.
    Thx for the reply. What I meant is that I had these two that maybe could have a chance, and was trying to get help choosing the one that has the most chance. I would like the first one ( climb) better, so if it is acceptable I will try it out

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSD View Post
    I would like the first one ( climb) better, so if it is acceptable I will try it out
    This image is very soft, almost blurry. It would have no chance at acceptance.

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    Ok thx I understand

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    Hello,

    I have just received the following reasons for this photo
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7406050

    - Not centered
    - Horizon
    - Part of aircraft cut off.

    I m not going to appeal with 3 reasons given, but I need to clarify the following

    - Aircraft not centered and horizon is well, let s say I would not appeal this because even though it was close enough to me.

    BUT
    - Part of aircraft cut off is most certainly not a valid reason since I have got multiple acceptance with the same cropping (https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9350077, https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9349719)

    Could we at least clarify this is not a valid reason. As I intend to upload others of this cropping style.

    Thank you !

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSD View Post
    Hello,

    I have just received the following reasons for this photo
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7406050

    - Not centered
    - Horizon
    - Part of aircraft cut off.

    I m not going to appeal with 3 reasons given, but I need to clarify the following

    - Aircraft not centered and horizon is well, let s say I would not appeal this because even though it was close enough to me.

    BUT
    - Part of aircraft cut off is most certainly not a valid reason since I have got multiple acceptance with the same cropping (https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9350077, https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9349719)

    Could we at least clarify this is not a valid reason. As I intend to upload others of this cropping style.

    Thank you !
    Sorry, but your rejected image is very awkwardly cropped. The aircraft takes up less than half of the frame compared to the wing, while in the other accepted images it fills more of the frame. Cut off/centering, whichever reason you want to apply, the basic idea is that the crop is quite unbalanced.

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    Thank you. It helps me understand better what can be expected on the website.
    I really appreciate your input, I would like to nuance a bit. I would say "the fuselage compared to the wings" as wings are parts of an aircraft, even an airframe (when engines are not). I m sure you understand that there are areas that fall into the cracks based on what the guidelines cover, so and it is definitely hard to understand to what extend creative work is allowed.

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