Do you really consider this as being low in frame?
I wanted to ask this question for quite a time now: for me the tail is part of the aircraft, too. So in this case it would be centered as it is. Only if you just look at the fuselage it could be considered low in frame.
Otherwise there is roughly the same space above and under the aircraft.
So should I focus the centering (crop) more on the fuselage?
Generally better if the vehicle is not blocking anything important (gear, engine), but the motive may be sufficiently interesting here to make an exception. I would be ok with it, but couldn't promise everyone else would be.
dlowwa From Canada, joined Apr 2005, 7328 posts, RR: 31 Reply 39, posted (9 months 2 weeks 6 days 15 hours ago) and read 1715 times:
Sky is blotchy in both, and the first also seems to be suffering from some oversharpening/quality issues. Borderline motive on the second, but I suppose enough of the airport is visible to make it worthwhile.
It is levelled according to the horizon, but I am afraid that this might be a case where there is a difference in what is really level and what feels to be level, as the horizon is hardly visible due to the night-time.
Quoting dlowwa (Reply 51): Did you add sharpening as well? Looks as though you did. That coupled with the increased exposure/contrast has added noise and degraded the quality a bit.
I started from the scratch so I did not really add sharpening, but I think the problem is that on my first edit I only sharpenend the wing, whereas on the second one I only disselected the sky and sharpened everything else, this was probably a mistake and led to the degraded quality.
I will work on it, at least I seem to be on the right track.
dlowwa From Canada, joined Apr 2005, 7328 posts, RR: 31 Reply 55, posted (7 months 3 weeks 6 days 16 hours ago) and read 992 times:
Quoting JKPhotos (Reply 54): Unfortunately in case of the EK I wasn't aware that it was due to screening and so it was rejected although I knew this was going to happen thanks to Dana's post.
Please try to avoid this in the future. If I find that people are ignoring advice (or simply forgetting it), I generally stop giving it, as it's a waste of time for me, the person who has to screen the image, and the people behind you in the queue who had to wait a little bit longer because you left your image in.
JKPhotos From Germany, joined Nov 2011, 144 posts, RR: 0 Reply 56, posted (7 months 3 weeks 6 days 5 hours ago) and read 980 times:
I will absolutely avoid it, like I said before it wasn't on purpose. I did not pull it off immediately as I wanted to keep the comment for the moment I do the new upload. Next time I will check the position in the queue first and / or simply save the comment somewhere else.
It was a stupid mistake, sorry for that. I do neither want to create additional work for the team nor am I keen on rejections.
I would appreciate if you could still give me some feedback on my newest edits, thanks.