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  • May I have some advice on this picture? Bit of a cloudy day so it was an effort to catch a window of sunlight. Don't really see the 787-10 too much in Sydney, so I'm keen on getting this one right.

    Thanks in advance.
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    • Originally posted by Lehondre Photos View Post
      May I have some advice on this picture? Bit of a cloudy day so it was an effort to catch a window of sunlight. Don't really see the 787-10 too much in Sydney, so I'm keen on getting this one right.

      Thanks in advance.
      Contrast maybe a touch harsh, but would be ok for me.

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      • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

        Contrast maybe a touch harsh, but would be ok for me.
        I'll fix that up. Thanks for the help as always.

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        • Since I've been having problems removing vignetting with the automatic feature, I've started to use graduated filters. However, we did discuss that it can result in a rejection, and I'm not sure if I've been effective in removing the vignetting in these photos. Would they be acceptable for Jetphotos?
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          • Originally posted by Lehondre Photos View Post
            Since I've been having problems removing vignetting with the automatic feature, I've started to use graduated filters. However, we did discuss that it can result in a rejection, and I'm not sure if I've been effective in removing the vignetting in these photos. Would they be acceptable for Jetphotos?
            Don't see any issues with vignetting in these images, only softness. The use of graduated filters is not allowed. Usually if caught, it will only lead to a rejection, but continued use of obvious filters could lead to other consequences such as a warning on your account, or in extreme cases, a reduction in your upload slots. I don't think we've banned anyone over their use.

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            • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

              Don't see any issues with vignetting in these images, only softness. The use of graduated filters is not allowed. Usually if caught, it will only lead to a rejection, but continued use of obvious filters could lead to other consequences such as a warning on your account, or in extreme cases, a reduction in your upload slots. I don't think we've banned anyone over their use.
              If I were to fix the softness, should I submit the images? If the vignetting is fixed then that's great, but if I'm breaking any rules then I feel it would be morally wrong to submit. Is it more of an issue of whether its obvious or not?

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              • Originally posted by Lehondre Photos View Post

                If I were to fix the softness, should I submit the images?
                Your decision of course.

                Originally posted by Lehondre Photos View Post
                If the vignetting is fixed then that's great, but if I'm breaking any rules then I feel it would be morally wrong to submit. Is it more of an issue of whether its obvious or not?
                Like any other 'crime', you'll only face consequences if you're caught. But knowingly breaking the rules does mean the consequences are usually more severe.

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                • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                  Your decision of course.



                  Like any other 'crime', you'll only face consequences if you're caught. But knowingly breaking the rules does mean the consequences are usually more severe.
                  Thanks for the help. I'll definitely stay far away from graduated filters if that's the case.

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                  • Hi everyone

                    Today I got this rejection: https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8136302

                    I haven't gotten a photo rejected for this reason before, and I'm a bit confused about it as I didn't add/remove saturation, and only altered the white balance through the temperature slider. Is it possible I've overdone it? To fix it, could I just move the slider from the left to the right?

                    Thanks

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                    • Originally posted by Lehondre Photos View Post
                      Hi everyone

                      Today I got this rejection: https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8136302

                      I haven't gotten a photo rejected for this reason before, and I'm a bit confused about it as I didn't add/remove saturation, and only altered the white balance through the temperature slider. Is it possible I've overdone it? To fix it, could I just move the slider from the left to the right?

                      Thanks
                      Yes, the blues do seem a bit oversaturated, and this could possibly be remedied by increasing the temperature on the white balance.

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                      • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                        Yes, the blues do seem a bit oversaturated, and this could possibly be remedied by increasing the temperature on the white balance.
                        Thanks for the help. I've applied changes and submitted.

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