dazbo5
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RE: Prescreening Again...

Sun May 06, 2007 9:02 pm

Anders,

They look ok to me in general although I'm not sure if they'll make it here. I'm down to <50% acceptance these days so take my comments with a large pinch of salt! I've not looked in any great detial, but the first one looks like its leaning to the left a little. It maybe just an illusion considering the building in the upper left corner. The others look ok in general but appear to be a little oversharpened on my screen. The last one is a little grainy as well.

Darren

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RE: Prescreening Again...

Sun May 06, 2007 9:40 pm

Quoting Dazbo5 (Reply 1):
They look ok to me in general although I'm not sure if they'll make it here. I'm down to <50% acceptance these days so take my comments with a large pinch of salt! I've not looked in any great detial, but the first one looks like its leaning to the left a little. It maybe just an illusion considering the building in the upper left corner. The others look ok in general but appear to be a little oversharpened on my screen. The last one is a little grainy as well.

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In addition, the first one seems to be a strange format (size-wise)... Maybe because I always use 2:3 or 3:2...?

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RE: Prescreening Again...

Sun May 06, 2007 10:21 pm

Thanks!

Walter - I'm not sure, but I think it is cropped in a 4:3 format.
 
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RE: Prescreening Again...

Sun May 06, 2007 10:43 pm

Technically your shots are ok but they are all rather dark (probably a combination of exposure and natural lighting); in detail:

Lufthansa CRJ: needs CW rotation and as Walter mentionned the format should be corrected (if you crop the shot real tight on every side you'll end up with a perfect 2:3 ratio)
Continental B757: slightly oversharpened
Braathens B737: very dark
Air Cairo A320: dark, slightly oversharpened and center/motive (either include the whole vertical stabilizer or cut it much lower)

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