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    Hi y'all,

    Today I got this photo rejected due to Bad Post processing. Appart from the ambiguous of the reason, I can't really find what's wrong with it. Any help from the community would be really appreciated.



    Thanks in Advance,

    Santi Blanquez

  • #2
    Part of the aircraft chopped off maybe?

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    • #3
      Top right hand corner, did you really upload a photo with your logo?

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      • #4
        Bad processing relates to heavy contrast/color/shadow adjustments. It would be easier to answer if you share the link to rejected picture.

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        • #5
          Here is the rejected picture. There are visible editing halos around the plane, hence the "Bad Post processing"

          https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8156082
          https://www.jetphotos.com/photographer/29739

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          • #6
            Halos stand out alot

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            • #7
              Originally posted by santiblanquez View Post
              Hi y'all,

              Today I got this photo rejected due to Bad Post processing. Appart from the ambiguous of the reason, I can't really find what's wrong with it. Any help from the community would be really appreciated.

              Santi Blanquez
              Your photo seems to have halos.

              To check for halos, go to check for dust function on ur photo rej area.

              At the borders of your plane, there is a 'white outline' surrounding your plane (See nose area and above). Those are called halos and are caused as a result of too much clarity of too low (negative) highlights [Correct me if im wrong]. In this case, imma bet on your clarity being too high as the main factor.


              To quote the 'Detailed photo upload guidelines' , thats the defination of over processed.

              6.7 Over Processed / Bad postprocessing


              This rejection may apply to photos which simply look over processed. This can be for example an improper use of noise removal programs up to the result of getting a plastic like look or smudgy edges. Also, halos caused by wrong sharpening settings or other wrong post processing settings, will result in a rejection.

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              • #8
                Hello Santi,

                the reason for your rejection is „Bad postprocessing“. That means you do something wrong during postprocessing.

                On your photo you‘ll see „haloes“ if you use the „Check for dust“ function on JetPhotos in your own screening area.

                Haloes are white or black shadows behind objects.

                You can avoid this if you don‘t use the clatity, shadow/highlight and dehaze function in Photoshop.
                You can still use these function but use small values and always recheck the result after use.

                I hope I can help you.

                Kind Regards
                Julian

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