planedoctor
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Raising The Bar... Dust On DSLR's

Tue Jan 07, 2003 8:01 am

Just when I thought I had this upload thing figured out I get a slew of rejections. That is fine- I guess a.net standards just keep rising  Smile Anyways, these two images were rejected for dirty scan. Is it just the one blurry dust spec in the sky that I didn't even notice initially that made these two get rejected flat out? No problem- I guess I need to watch a little more carefully, but I hadn't even noticed it. I do know that just a couple of months back a little sensor dust like this wouldn't have kept photos from being accepted. Onward to perfection we go Big grin

http://www.pbase.com/image/10361116/original
http://www.pbase.com/image/10361357

-Ken




 
Staffan
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RE: Raising The Bar... Dust On DSLR's

Tue Jan 07, 2003 8:07 am

Great shots! Too bad the dust spot is there, try to clone it out in PS.

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RE: Raising The Bar... Dust On DSLR's

Tue Jan 07, 2003 8:08 am

WOW! Those are some kick ass pictures!

Where were these taken?

 
planedoctor
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RE: Raising The Bar... Dust On DSLR's

Tue Jan 07, 2003 8:16 am

Taken at SLC, runway 16L. I took a bunch over the holidays, and mustered up the willpower to endure the upload process, putting some good remarks, or at least I thought (yeah, I know, wah wah I'm a crybaby about the upload page). I was a reality check for me, I guess. I liked how these and a few other photos turned out, and most got rejected. I guess it goes to show that you never truly arrive- you just gotta keep paying attention to the details. I have already fixed the dust spots, but I'll just have to build up the strength to face the upload page again Big grin

-Ken
 
serge
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RE: Raising The Bar... Dust On DSLR's

Tue Jan 07, 2003 8:21 am

Did you clone-out the "dust" and resubmit?

Very nice photos though!..  Big thumbs up

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RE: Raising The Bar... Dust On DSLR's

Tue Jan 07, 2003 8:24 am

Nevermind.. lol

When I opened this thread there were no replies Big grin (I open wayyyy to many windows at once!)

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RE: Raising The Bar... Dust On DSLR's

Tue Jan 07, 2003 9:29 am

Well, I had *that* bar raised for me in May 2002. I guess just like no two snowflakes are alike....

Anyway, it was helpful as I was sent a personal message. I really hadn't noticed the problem before though I should have. Ironically, it was picked out in one of the less obvious instances.

No denying the images look better without dirt/dust etc.
 
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RE: Raising The Bar... Dust On DSLR's

Tue Jan 07, 2003 6:51 pm

Yeah!

That's a killer spot to shoot at!
Great shots!

(The southwest is a bit soft...Add a little Unsharp mask and it will be a killer! Just look at that jetblast from the Nr 1 engine....Cool! )

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RE: Raising The Bar... Dust On DSLR's

Tue Jan 07, 2003 7:32 pm

Not accepted? Sorry to ask: Are you sure??

These are absolutely stunning shots.  Wow! It must be an error.

Keep it up, upload them again

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