airkas1 wrote:For the first photo, if you crop closer to the top of the tail logo and to the engine on the right side of the frame (aspect ratio would remain the same), that crop would be passable as well. As for which one you should upload; the one you like the most.
JakTrax wrote:Is the taxiway light not an issue as it's clearly avoidable?
jelpee wrote:N816NN: A bit oversharpened, but passable for me
N7882B: Not the best image, but can't see a serious flaw to decline it. I'm 50/50 on it.
N707TW: Blurry and some over-sharpening to compensate?
JBA321: Looks a bit over-sharpened (titles)
N8678 E: Same comment as N7882B
N8445Z: Not the best fighting..a little more contrast perhaps?
airkas1 wrote:The NASA logo on the first photo looks a little OS, otherwise passable I think.
The shuttle is a nice catch, but needs a good amount of CW and looks a little blurry/OOF towards the back. With the full tail included would be nice. Really cool catch though, where was that taken?
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