glapira
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Another Rejection...

Sun Apr 02, 2006 6:10 pm

Hello everybody! Just got this rejections this morning, together with some more acceptances thanks to god.

Bad Contrast

http://www.airliners.net/uf/view.fil...8285&filename=1143968782LBSEHn.jpg

Bad Level

http://www.airliners.net/uf/view.fil...8285&filename=1143968870s4XGUE.jpg
Kind Regards, Radial360
 
mygind66
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RE: Another Rejection...

Sun Apr 02, 2006 6:33 pm

Good morning Giorgio...

About the Iberia I don't think is a contrast problem..white is white and black is black but there are some parts overexposed ( wings and fuselage...). If you could reduce exposure in bright parts perhaps the result would be satisfactory enough for an acceptance..

The AA is a hard one.. The position, high over the a/c and the short lens you have used for sure, gives a very subjective decision about what is level or not..

Hope that helps....

Enrique
 
linco22
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RE: Another Rejection...

Sun Apr 02, 2006 7:00 pm

Hi Giorgio,

Nice shots. I'm with Enrique on the first one, overexposure on parts. The second I really like, it doesnt seem unlevel to me. Shame it got rejected, i'd have given it a hit!

Regards
Colin  Smile
 
aviopic
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RE: Another Rejection...

Sun Apr 02, 2006 7:12 pm

Glapira have a look at the levels in what ever editing program you are using.
You will see a big "spike" on the right(highlights) side indicating a exposure problem on both of them.

If you rotate the AA somewhere between 2 and 3 degrees ccw it looks more pleasant for the eye but there is also a strange spot(like a flare) in front of engine 2 and you are still left with the exposure problem.

I don't see a rescue possibility for both.

Willem
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glapira
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RE: Another Rejection...

Sun Apr 02, 2006 7:56 pm

Thank you guys! Well I though exactly the same.. how is it possible the first one got rejected for bad contrast and not bad exposure... but...this is A.net  Smile

And about the second, the editing is from Paul, who rotated according to the car just on the top left. He also kept in mind the distortion of the 18mm, so the result was quite nice, and I was really surprised it got rejected Sad. Any screener comment? Also Johann rejected them both, for the exact same reasons screeners did.

Thanks guys for you time and help! Will see what I can do.
Kind Regards, Radial360
 
javibi
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RE: Another Rejection...

Sun Apr 02, 2006 8:09 pm

Quoting Glapira (Reply 4):
how is it possible the first one got rejected for bad contrast and not bad exposure

Why did you upload it if you knew it, I wonder?  Wink You overexpose all the shots you take from that position, remember to underexpose some next time (you might use RAW as a safety net as well).

Regards

j
 
glapira
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RE: Another Rejection...

Sun Apr 02, 2006 9:01 pm

Hey Javi, yes.. you are right! Next week it will be different  Wink I promise... Anyways the light was very strange this day... very early in the morning, and firs time I shooted at this time.
Kind Regards, Radial360
 
codeshare
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RE: Another Rejection...

Sun Apr 02, 2006 10:32 pm

The Iberia is a bit overexposed, and the AA is OK.

KS/codeshare

edit: typo

[Edited 2006-04-02 15:33:05]
How much A is there is Airliners Net ? 0 or nothing ?
 
philhyde
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RE: Another Rejection...

Sun Apr 02, 2006 11:29 pm

Quoting Glapira (Reply 4):
And about the second, the editing is from Paul, who rotated according to the car just on the top left. He also kept in mind the distortion of the 18mm, so the result was quite nice, and I was really surprised it got rejected Sad. Any screener comment? Also Johann rejected them both, for the exact same reasons screeners did.

The badlevel is most likely due to the line on the tarmac at the top of the photo. It looks to me like that line is curved due to the lens, so you may just be out of luck on that one.

Nice photos though, and that shooting perspective is very advantagegous.

cheers,
Phil
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