airkas1 wrote:Hi beetle,
You are correct that there was no personal message attached to the rejection. Most likely the screener forgot, sorry for that.
Seeing your second rejected image for the first time now and it's indeed high in frame. The fuselage is center, but the tail/wing needs to be taken into account as well. Centering is not an exact science, but more of how it looks. Right now, there's a lot more 'dead' space below the fuselage than there is above it. I'm not seeing the compression, but the blurryness is visible to me, mostly in the forward half of the fuselage. The type of blurryness/very very soft parts of the image leads me to think that heathaze is a likely culprit. As such, it would have nothing to do with your workflow in Photoshop (which seems fine the way I read it).
ben811118 wrote:In my opinion ,the photo is ok. There is no heat haze. The most serious issue is size. I downloaded the photo and found the size is 1920*1280. It is quite large and needs more detail and better quality . Of course it is hard to pass the screeners unless your photo is unique and much too interesting. You'd better use 1200*800 and spend more time on sharpening（part sharpen & whole sharpen）
ben811118 wrote:1.Mostly we keep the window line(the line consists of the windows from head to tail ) on the middle of the pic and it is accepted by screeners. The body is high.
2.Blur is quite different from soft . That means your shutter speed isn't fast enough and it is a useless photo. Soft means you need to sharpen carefully for the whole or parts of the pic.
3.You can use small size and reupload, before that you must do sharpening work (never oversharpen, if some parts oversharpened, use blur tool and set it to 8% or low to smear ) and use the best quality to output . If the screeners still think the pic is blur , give up .
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