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  • pawelm
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    Use the "Channels" drop down menu in the histogram window and switch from Colors to Luminosity. It'll be accurate.

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  • Jack Walker
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    To view the histogram you'd see in jetphotos from your photoshop or lightroom, just pull saturation from 0 to -100 and that's your jetphotos histogram.

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  • Rik86
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    So giving it a clearer tone will re-post it be accepted?
    Thank you

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Rik86 View Post
    Hello, I state that I do not contest the work done by the screeners, rather I admire them for their dedication.

    I wanted to point out that I noticed a problem and difference between the histogram displayed on the JetPhotos website and the actual PhotoShop histogram.

    In fact, most of the time I get rejected photos, because on the site the histogram tends to underexposed instead when the edits are correct, I put some examples to understand.

    thanks a lot

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    Slightly different display, but they both show basically the same thing to me - an overall dark image with a big gap on the right side. It's just a bit more obvious with the JP version.

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  • Rik86
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    JP site histogram different from Photoshop

    Hello, I state that I do not contest the work done by the screeners, rather I admire them for their dedication.

    I wanted to point out that I noticed a problem and difference between the histogram displayed on the JetPhotos website and the actual PhotoShop histogram.

    In fact, most of the time I get rejected photos, because on the site the histogram tends to underexposed instead when the edits are correct, I put some examples to understand.

    thanks a lot

    Click image for larger version  Name:	jetphotos.PNG Views:	0 Size:	147.7 KB ID:	1087147Click image for larger version  Name:	Photoshop.PNG Views:	0 Size:	143.3 KB ID:	1087146
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