Rejected for the following two reasons:
However I am not seeing either problem, and wondering if I could get help seeing that.
fsx98 wrote:I would add an extra kick of sharpness, but unfortunately, the Korean 777 photo is suffering from heat haze around the wingtip area, especially with the "Boeing 777-300ER" logo; highly doubt that this photo can be improved further.
- Low Contrast
- Personal Message
The Screener left a comment regarding this photo:
"Reg., c/n & airline missing. Not for the creative queue."
gk23 wrote:Thanks for the feedback Evan and airkas1. I will incorporate the feedback and try again (in the normal queue). In the meantime, I decided to upload the following, any thoughts? As for the registration, I went on F-16.net and 91-0413 since it seems to be the most recent "Number 1", which this aircraft is:
https://imgproc.airliners.net/photos/ai ... 62c48f702a
And I tried to give it a somewhat creative caption too (not that it matters probably): Taking a quick sip on the way to perform the show.
airkas1 wrote:The last photo looks alright, but I would probably get it down to 1600px wide.
Starfuryt wrote:Comparing the 2 this looks much better. There is a dust spot in the center, right at the very top of the frame directly straight up from "N" in United.
imgur made a proper mess out of that, but you get the general idea where to look.
Crosswindphoto wrote:#1 might be a touch underexposed, but otherwise it looks very nice!
#2 is a touch high in frame, and also a little underexposed.
Both are more than fixable IMO, and are very nice!
JakTrax wrote:Agree that the Alaska could use some extra brightness but the BA, given the light, looks good. Centring looks fine, too.
clickhappy wrote:Congratulations on your first acceptance.
Starfuryt wrote:Both look dark to me, BA will get bounced for too dark.
New version of Alaska is a lot better, check white balance on it however, I'm at work on a subpar monitor but it seems to me there is a colorcast to it.
Crosswindphoto wrote:I agree with Starfuryt, it does have a green color cast to it.
airkas1 wrote:The Alaska underside does look yellow, but it could be grass reflection. Personally I would use -20/-40 on the yellow slider of the RAW editor.
Crosswindphoto wrote:Something about the whole image still looks Green to me, but wait for what a screener says.
Crosswindphoto wrote:Now it looks a little blue, but might be passable.
jelpee wrote:The Aeroflot A330 is blurry and soft, lacks contrast, and shows noise. The crop is also not so good. i would crop closer to the tail on the right side and closer to the engine on the left side. IMO, this I do not believe this image can be edited enough to be passable,
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