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Noise rejection for a Southwest 737 photo

Tue Apr 17, 2018 4:43 pm

Hi everyone! After working numerous times to perfect this photo of a Southwest 737 landing at MDW, without avail, I still have the photo rejected, this time, only for noise, despite numerous attempts to reduce noise even further. The photo looked fine, but I was wondering if I should attempt to appeal this photo. Any suggestions?

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Re: Noise rejection for a Southwest 737 photo

Tue Apr 17, 2018 6:55 pm

After working numerous times to perfect this photo of a Southwest 737 landing at MDW, without avail, I still have the photo rejected

I'll be blunt - it's time to move on, this image is nowhere near the quality needed to be added. The easiest thing to do is compare your image to others in the database.

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Re: Noise rejection for a Southwest 737 photo

Tue Apr 17, 2018 8:34 pm

I have to agree with Royal's blunt approach. The only way you can perfect it is by going back on a sunny day and getting a shot in better light. I'm pretty sure SWA 738s are common as muck at MDW anyway, so it's not like you won't get the chance......

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Re: Noise rejection for a Southwest 737 photo

Tue Apr 17, 2018 11:01 pm

Given those conditions, the noise is just way too prevalent no matter what is done to fix it and it's extremely difficult to fix a photo taken on an overcast day anyways. Whenever I'm out taking a photo and it's really overcast, honestly I don't even bother trying to upload it to here after editing.

Like JakTrax said, and based off of my personal experience, taking a photo on a sunny day will give you much better results.
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Re: Noise rejection for a Southwest 737 photo

Fri Apr 20, 2018 7:44 am

It looks blurry to me as well. I'd suggest to let it go and try again another day.

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