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    Hi spoters, i recently Uploaded a picture https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6833117 it was rejected for over processed/bad postprocessing and also backlit. So i come back to you to help me. how can i do a good postprocessing ? My next picture for the processing is this one: https://ibb.co/meq7B9 can someone help me for this postprocessing if you have some tips or anything who can help me i take it. Thank you in advance. kind regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bapt0708 View Post
    Hi spoters, i recently Uploaded a picture https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6833117 it was rejected for over processed/bad postprocessing and also backlit. So i come back to you to help me. how can i do a good postprocessing ? My next picture for the processing is this one: https://ibb.co/meq7B9 can someone help me for this postprocessing if you have some tips or anything who can help me i take it. Thank you in advance. kind regards.
    Over processing should be relatively easy to fix with a better edit, but realistically, the fact that the aircraft is badly backlit means that there is no point in trying to do any more. In the future, avoid using functions like shadow/highlight, clarity, or anything to boost the shadows when editing.

    The second image is also not worth working on further for here since it is soft/blurry, and very poorly cropped, sorry.

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    Thanks a lot for your tips i'm going to try to do better

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    Default Bapt0708: Pre-screening/How to do a better editing ?

    Hello , i would like to know if its possible to do a pre-screening on these 3 pictures ?
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    And if they are no good, how can i change them to be acceptable (if possible), im using Photoshop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bapt0708 View Post
    Hello , i would like to know if it’s possible to do a pre-screening on these 3 pictures ?
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    And if they are no good, how can i change them to be acceptable (if possible), i’m using Photoshop.
    Theses images are all very soft (almost blurry in some cases); the first and last have poor contrast; and the last two are poorly cropped/centered. The cropping/centering can easily be fixed with a better edit, but the softness and contrast issues are not due to editing but to poor technique and conditions, respectively.

    You might be able to hide the softness on the second with a better edit (the only one worth working on due to the decent light), but it would be better in the future to not have to rely on editing to do so.

    As well for the future, please also read here, keeping in mind #4 especially:

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

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    Thank you i reworked on the 2 picture with a youtube video is it better or not ?
    I will take care of the rules next time N4 sorry for this time.
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    Thank you for your time !

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    Quote Originally Posted by bapt0708 View Post
    Thank you i reworked on the 2 picture with a youtube video is it better or not ?
    I will take care of the rules next time N4 sorry for this time.
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    Looks much better, though not sure you'll be able to upload at that resolution. New uploaders usually are not able to submit larger sizes until they have been approved.

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    Thank you sorry for the late reply i resized it and sent it to jetphotos i will come back to you to tell you if it's approved or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bapt0708 View Post
    Thank you sorry for the late reply i resized it and sent it to jetphotos i will come back to you to tell you if it's approved or not.
    Sure, but just realize that any advice given applies only to the images you post here. That advice doesn't apply to whatever you've uploaded, since it's not the same image.

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    Hello dlowwa sorry for this morning i opened a new thread i read the rule n4 too fast (my bad) and understood something else. i'm again very sorry.
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    can i have a pre-screening of these 3 pictures ? please Thank You.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bapt0708 View Post
    Hello dlowwa sorry for this morning i opened a new thread i read the rule n4 too fast (my bad) and understood something else. i'm again very sorry.
    so i upload here the pre-screening question
    can i have a pre-screening of these 3 pictures ? please Thank You.
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    1. color, contrast/backlit. not fixable.
    2. color, centering
    3. color, dark, contrast

    Color because the images are all in Adobe RGB (199 color profile, and instead should be sRGB.

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    I reworked The 2 pictures that can be fixed is it better or not ? normally i changed the color profile. Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by bapt0708 View Post
    I reworked The 2 pictures that can be fixed is it better or not ? normally i changed the color profile. Click image for larger version. 

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    1. borderline soft
    2. contrast. not sure this one is fixable.

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    Is this one better ? for the second too much or too little contrast ?
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    I did that this is maybe better (I have a copy of the previous version)

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    Quote Originally Posted by bapt0708 View Post
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    Is this one better ?
    Still borderline, and wrong color profile again.

    Quote Originally Posted by bapt0708 View Post
    for the second too much or too little contrast ?
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    I did that this is maybe better (I have a copy of the previous version)
    Aircraft are pretty much backlit. As I said, probably not fixable.

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    I reworked the first one and normaly the color profile is the good one (RGB)Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by bapt0708 View Post
    I reworked the first one and normaly the color profile is the good one (RGB)Click image for larger version. 

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    Looks very over sharpened / over processed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bapt0708 View Post
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    Borderline oversharpened/contrast, and again wrong color profile. Am not going to discuss this again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    Borderline oversharpened/contrast, and again wrong color profile. Am not going to discuss this again.
    Yep. I agree. Absolutely no point continuing trying to get this photo up. Make sure your using the correct SRGB profile too.

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