airkas1 wrote:Retro: not that blurry, but the cheatlines are jaggy.
B772: looks ok for me.
jelpee wrote:Len, I screened the CO B737. The area of the cockpit windows as well as the main titles look blurry which is why I rejected it. Sometimes us screeners miss things. However, I looked at this one again and I'd stay with my call. You could try sharpening those areas and uploading at a smaller size (1024 pix, for e.g.). I also screened the United T7. Tone down the brightness and it should be fine (easy fix).
airkas1 wrote:Spirit looks passable on my screen.
DHL does look like a blurry tail. Very soft at best.
airkas1 wrote:VS A330: Centering looks fine, I do agree that the contrast is a bit high. You can solve this by making the shadow a bit lighter (I usually use +20 or so in these cases)
WN B738: Passable for me
UA A320: Sharpening passable, image could be brighter
FI B753: http://imgproc.airliners.net/photos/air ... 1197f86282 - That was my doing, so I guess stating my opinion again is a bit useless.
len90 wrote:Are you referring to the shadows in raw editor or the no-no shadow/highlight tool?
airkas1 wrote:The Ethiopian doesn't look flat at all, but I think I'm seeing some slight blur on the front half of the fuslage. Perhaps better at a smaller size.
JakTrax wrote:The combination of bright sunshine and metallic tubes (i.e. aircraft) will ALWAYS lead to blown areas - it's just a by-product of aviation photography. Neither of your edits are technically under-exposed, however this site tends to use the term 'under-exposed' to mean a little too dark for its liking. I once had a rejection for a small globule of sunflash on an aircraft's nose - common sense swiftly prevailed and it was accepted on appeal.
airkas1 wrote:I would say that the nose reflection is unavoidable, but that it can be reduced by reducing the highlights.
airkas1 wrote:The blown nose is actually passable for me, but a bit brighter for the rest wouldn't hurt. In Photoshop, I tried to tweak the levels a bit to +10/1.20/250. So in my opinion, there is room for improvement.
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