aviopic
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A Hint Please

Wed Aug 17, 2005 4:57 am

Got 3 rejections today and found out that the email with the reasons has changed, a good thing.
Image 1 got rejected for the old "bad motive", number 2 for the old "bad dark".
2 reasons I can understand and work with...... if I wanted too of course.
Number 3 was rejected for the old "bad quality".

http://www.airliners.net/addphotos/r...ons/big/DC2_NC39165_CRW_b3198b.jpg

I am not looking for a discussion about the old and new testament but just a hint, tip or guideline on which area I could at least try to improve it.

t.i.a.
Willem
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Kukkudrill
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RE: A Hint Please

Wed Aug 17, 2005 5:37 am

There seems to be quite a bit of noise in areas of shadow, like the shadows cast on the instrument panel by the control yokes or the areas between the lower end of the instrument panel and the rudder pedals. That's the best I can offer.

Charles
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aviopic
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RE: A Hint Please

Wed Aug 17, 2005 6:22 am

Thanks Charles, that's something to work with.
Didn't we have a "bad dirty" thingy for that ?
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RE: A Hint Please

Wed Aug 17, 2005 8:39 pm

My impression is bad dirty is for sensor dust spots.
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RE: A Hint Please

Thu Aug 18, 2005 12:30 am

Hm.... then it must have been "bad grainy" in the past Big grin
Doesn't matter really.
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RE: A Hint Please

Thu Aug 18, 2005 7:46 am

Probably still is, but badquality is an all too convenient catch-all.
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