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Re: Pre-Screening - DanielK

Sat Sep 28, 2019 11:48 pm

JKPhotos wrote:
Hi,

I don't think the first image can be improved, as the cut wingtip will always be a motive rejection. I also agree with right-in-frame, the composition looks unbalanced as it is. I think the shot can only work with a close-up / closer crop to the fuselage.

As for the SAA:
Honestly at 1.024px it is hard to tell if a shot is just soft or blurry. For me ist just looks soft, quality doesn't seem to bad.
I agree that the colour is off as the fuselage is not really white. But I don't see evidence for compression or oversharpening (again at 1.024 a photo will looked jagged no matter how).

Generally I would at least upload in 1.200px, I think these ultra-tiny sizes don't help.
If you want you can send me the original of the SAA and I can have a look: jkphotos [at] airliners.net. As I said before at 1000px hard to tell how the quality really is.

Julien


Thanks mate. I’ll make sure to reupload in 1200x.
 
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Re: Pre-Screening - DanielK

Sun Sep 29, 2019 8:13 am

Hi. Could I please get your thoughts on the whitebalancing on this image. Thanks
https://imgur.com/d4VaDBg
 
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Re: Pre-Screening - DanielK

Sun Sep 29, 2019 12:21 pm

Hi Daniel,

White Balanace looks fine, but aft section of aircraft looks blurry.

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Re: Pre-Screening - DanielK

Sun Sep 29, 2019 1:05 pm

Looks passable for me.
 
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Re: Pre-Screening - DanielK

Mon Sep 30, 2019 2:07 am

Could I also ask whether you can reupload a re-edited image (same as already accepted), with a larger size and slightly different crop. And also whether the reupload is currently down.
 
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Mon Sep 30, 2019 10:06 am

Yes, that is no problem. But as I wrote to you, we do not process reuploads at the moment. See the ‘general announcements’ thread in the Photography Forum as to why. Especially the larger size/different crop is a big issue.
 
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Re: Pre-Screening - DanielK

Mon Sep 30, 2019 11:45 am

airkas1 wrote:
Yes, that is no problem. But as I wrote to you, we do not process reuploads at the moment. See the ‘general announcements’ thread in the Photography Forum as to why. Especially the larger size/different crop is a big issue.

Thank you, I'll chuck it a quick read now
 
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Tue Oct 01, 2019 12:17 am

With that Qatar A380 mentioned above, I've had a few of those accepted, and I'll plug them below for comparison.


So my question is, what separates the rejected ones, to these two.
 
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Re: Pre-Screening - DanielK

Tue Oct 01, 2019 1:51 pm

And secondly, do you think this image is fixable. https://imgproc.airliners.net/photos/ai ... 9037d4eec8

I’m having lots of issues when uploading where the image turns out blurry , despite being sharp and fine with the original and edited shot
 
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Re: Pre-Screening - DanielK

Tue Oct 01, 2019 9:45 pm

Halos around parts of the aircraft and dust spots in the sky. Won't make it through screening, I'm afraid.

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Re: Pre-Screening - DanielK

Tue Oct 01, 2019 11:35 pm

jelpee wrote:
Halos around parts of the aircraft and dust spots in the sky. Won't make it through screening, I'm afraid.

Jehan


I've had a proper edit of it. Are the issues still present? https://imgur.com/VJ7ce4i

Thanks, Daniel
 
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Re: Pre-Screening - DanielK

Wed Oct 02, 2019 1:25 am

Looks much better and passable for me.

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Re: Pre-Screening - DanielK

Wed Oct 02, 2019 9:58 am

DanielK wrote:
With that Qatar A380 mentioned above, I've had a few of those accepted, and I'll plug them below for comparison.


So my question is, what separates the rejected ones, to these two.


As I said before, the cut wingtip which is a clear motive rejection.

To me the accepted two are honestly also right-in-frame and look unbalanced, but apparently another screener thought otherwise. Likely the framing is borderline.
But the cut winglet will always be rejected.
 
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Wed Oct 02, 2019 10:05 am

jelpee wrote:
Looks much better and passable for me.

Jehan


Nope. Rejected now for Borders, Editing, Blurry, Colour, Oversharpened
 
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Re: Pre-Screening - DanielK

Wed Oct 02, 2019 12:07 pm

Sorry...didn't recognize the border since it was on Imagur...I thought it was a display option. Borders are not permitted. The rest of the issues...can't say that I see anything on the image in the link.

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Re: Pre-Screening - DanielK

Sun Oct 06, 2019 3:56 pm

Hi Daniel,

#1: Its passable. However, I would a crop closer to the end of the horizontal stabilizer on the right and corresponding wing length on the left side. Alternatively you could do nose to engine. I know you only wanted feedback on cropping, but FWIW, # 1 looks over sharpened to me.
#2: Passable as well.Nose to engine would be my preference.
#3: I would crop closer to the engine on the left side and closer to the nose on the right to avoid dead space.
#4: I would crop closer to the horizontal stabilizer on the left and the nose on the right.

Cheers.

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Re: Pre-Screening - DanielK

Sat Oct 12, 2019 1:11 pm

jelpee wrote:
Hi Daniel,

#1: Its passable. However, I would a crop closer to the end of the horizontal stabilizer on the right and corresponding wing length on the left side. Alternatively you could do nose to engine. I know you only wanted feedback on cropping, but FWIW, # 1 looks over sharpened to me.
#2: Passable as well.Nose to engine would be my preference.
#3: I would crop closer to the engine on the left side and closer to the nose on the right to avoid dead space.
#4: I would crop closer to the horizontal stabilizer on the left and the nose on the right.

Cheers.

Jehan

Thanks Jehan
 
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Re: Pre-Screening - DanielK

Sat Oct 12, 2019 1:12 pm

Could I please get an opinion on these two images please.
https://imgur.com/z9aghcO
https://imgur.com/9TYWrG9

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Re: Pre-Screening - DanielK

Sat Oct 12, 2019 1:42 pm

Hi Daniel,

Crystal B777: Lighting is not the best, but nothing technically objectionable about it. Perhaps a little boost to the contrast?
Air Asia A320: Looks blurry to me. Again, lighting is not the best.

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Re: Pre-Screening - DanielK

Thu Nov 07, 2019 9:25 am

Hi all, just asking for clarification for a priority screen image. Would a military aircraft type making its first visit to a commercial airport rather than a military base qualify for priority.

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Re: Pre-Screening - DanielK

Thu Nov 07, 2019 10:33 am

Hi Daniel,

you can find your answer in the prio screening guidelines:
viewtopic.php?f=7&t=1426915#p21508943

It says

Q: Rare military jet visits (e.g. fighters showing up at a civil airport that rarely sees them) [will it qualify for prio screening]?
A: Yes.
 
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Re: Pre-Screening - DanielK

Thu Nov 07, 2019 11:17 am

JKPhotos wrote:
Hi Daniel,

you can find your answer in the prio screening guidelines:
viewtopic.php?f=7&t=1426915#p21508943

It says

Q: Rare military jet visits (e.g. fighters showing up at a civil airport that rarely sees them) [will it qualify for prio screening]?
A: Yes.


Thank you, just wanted clarification before uploading it as priority.
Regards, Daniel
 
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Re: Pre-Screening - DanielK

Sat Nov 09, 2019 6:14 am

Hi, could I please get an opinion on this crop.
https://imgur.com/diL721a

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Re: Pre-Screening - DanielK

Sat Nov 09, 2019 2:27 pm

Crop looks acceptable for me Daniel.

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Re: Pre-Screening - DanielK

Sat Nov 09, 2019 6:35 pm

Crop is fine, but the image is too green.
 
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Re: Pre-Screening - DanielK

Sun Nov 10, 2019 12:04 am

jelpee wrote:
Crop looks acceptable for me Daniel.

Jehan
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Crop is fine, but the image is too green.


Thank you, now I'll fix the colours a bit.
 
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Sun Nov 10, 2019 1:44 am

Hi, could I please get your thoughts on this edit. Initial thought from myself is that the aircraft is slightly overexposed
https://imgur.com/vEm7ZuA

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Re: Pre-Screening - DanielK

Sun Nov 10, 2019 9:52 am

Looks high on contrast and the tail a bit overedited.
 
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Re: Pre-Screening - DanielK

Thu Nov 14, 2019 7:30 am

Hi all,
After a few attempts of trying to correct this image, I chose to start from scratch. Could I please ask whether the high in frame and overexposed have been corrected.
https://imgur.com/4xRYz3y

I also have this image that I please ask is checked for high in frame.
https://imgur.com/Ls2n6yr

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Re: Pre-Screening - DanielK

Thu Nov 14, 2019 10:41 am

Hi Daniel,

EKnightshot: I would personally place it a bit lower still. Please consider that when we write high-in-frame normally more than a very tiny correction is needed, that could have prevented you a few rejections. And when I compare this one to the rejected version I cannot see a real difference in framing.
As for exposure I am not on my editing monitor, so hard to tell.

Yes the second is high-in-frame and would be rejected for that as it is. Please try to not center by fuselage only for your airliners uploads and do take the tail into account, especially on short planes or those with really large tails, like the 380. As it is there is very little space between top of the tail and the top of the frame, yet there is a lot of dead space under the ac, which does look unbalanced.

Julien
 
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Re: Pre-Screening - DanielK

Thu Nov 14, 2019 2:28 pm

JKPhotos wrote:
Hi Daniel,

EKnightshot: I would personally place it a bit lower still. Please consider that when we write high-in-frame normally more than a very tiny correction is needed, that could have prevented you a few rejections. And when I compare this one to the rejected version I cannot see a real difference in framing.
As for exposure I am not on my editing monitor, so hard to tell.

Yes the second is high-in-frame and would be rejected for that as it is. Please try to not center by fuselage only for your airliners uploads and do take the tail into account, especially on short planes or those with really large tails, like the 380. As it is there is very little space between top of the tail and the top of the frame, yet there is a lot of dead space under the ac, which does look unbalanced.

Julien


Thank you Julien, I’m sure if you’d go through my rejections for high in frame you’d see the A380 pop up there a lot. For me, I struggle to find the perfect balance with the A380.

How are these two now?
https://imgur.com/zlKx0sI
https://imgur.com/OXpewg0

Thanks,
Daniel
 
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Re: Pre-Screening - DanielK

Thu Nov 14, 2019 3:27 pm

HI Daniel,

the nightshot is fine for framing, looks good now!

The dayshot is more tricky due to the angle and the fuselage turning downwards. I even asked another screener for it. He thinks (like me) that it could still be a bit lower. It might be acceptable as it is, but is definitely borderline.

Cheers,
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