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  • FreelancerChen - prescreening request / editing advice

    Hi,

    I try to get the first approval in JP. So could you give me some advice about pics below? All pics are ready but not in the queue.
    The 5th(A6-EFJ) has already been rejected once for - Over Processed / Bad postprocessing & - Oversharpen. So I changed a little bit.

    Thanks for your support!
    Attached Files

  • #2
    Sorry! pls ignore the 6th photo (same with 1st one), I cannot delete it.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by FreelancerChen View Post
      Hi,

      I try to get the first approval in JP. So could you give me some advice about pics below? All pics are ready but not in the queue.
      The 5th(A6-EFJ) has already been rejected once for - Over Processed / Bad postprocessing & - Oversharpen. So I changed a little bit.

      Thanks for your support!
      Not a screener but i see the first photo backlit and all of them overprosseced, i will give you a tip, don't modify the highlights and don't exceed in the use of shadows

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      • #4
        Originally posted by FreelancerChen View Post
        Hi,

        I try to get the first approval in JP. So could you give me some advice about pics below? All pics are ready but not in the queue.
        The 5th(A6-EFJ) has already been rejected once for - Over Processed / Bad postprocessing & - Oversharpen. So I changed a little bit.
        1. contrast, color, overprocessed
        2-4. overprocessed
        5. contrast, soft, heat hazed, overprocessed, noisy

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        • #5
          Hi all:
          Thanks for your advice! I gave up the No.1 & No.5. I just tried to edit No.2 & No.4 for testing, changed the 'whites' & 'blacks' and slightly 'temperature' to avoid overprocessed.
          Could you give more comments? Thanks

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          • #6
            Originally posted by FreelancerChen View Post
            Hi all:
            Thanks for your advice! I gave up the No.1 & No.5. I just tried to edit No.2 & No.4 for testing, changed the 'whites' & 'blacks' and slightly 'temperature' to avoid overprocessed.
            Could you give more comments?
            1. borderline contrast
            2. ok for me

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            • #7
              Hi:
              Thanks again!
              Now I really want to understand how to control the 'borderline contrast'? The old one is too much or too less (I think too less)?
              Is new one ok for this issue? Is there any other issue comes out?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by FreelancerChen View Post
                Hi:
                Thanks again!
                Now I really want to understand how to control the 'borderline contrast'? The old one is too much or too less (I think too less)?
                Is new one ok for this issue? Is there any other issue comes out?

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                "Borderline" as i now is a word that screeners use to avoid conflict with the decision that other screeners may take.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by FreelancerChen View Post
                  Hi:
                  Thanks again!
                  Now I really want to understand how to control the 'borderline contrast'? The old one is too much or too less (I think too less)?
                  Is new one ok for this issue? Is there any other issue comes out?
                  Borderline = may or may not be an issue.

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                  • #10
                    Hi:
                    Request the pre-screening in the attached photos, Thanks lot!
                    Attached Files

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by FreelancerChen View Post
                      Hi:
                      Request the pre-screening in the attached photos, Thanks lot!
                      Some maybe a bit soft is spots, but would be ok for me.

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                      • #12
                        Hi
                        I'd like to know the advice for the photos below, Thanks lot:
                        1 & 2 which one is ok? or both not? increase the 'Bright' & 'White' in 2, taken just before the sunset, the direct light is not so strong.
                        3 & 4 which one is ok? or both not? increase the 'Bright' & 'White' in 4, taken just before the sunset, the direct light is not so strong.
                        How about 5?
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by FreelancerChen View Post
                          Hi
                          I'd like to know the advice for the photos below, Thanks lot:
                          1 & 2 which one is ok? or both not? increase the 'Bright' & 'White' in 2, taken just before the sunset, the direct light is not so strong.
                          3 & 4 which one is ok? or both not? increase the 'Bright' & 'White' in 4, taken just before the sunset, the direct light is not so strong.
                          How about 5?
                          Hi, we don't prescreen similar images. Contrast is borderline to poor for all of these.

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                          • #14
                            ok! I will notice it next time. I modified no.5 and increased contrast. Is it ok? Thanks!
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by FreelancerChen View Post
                              ok! I will notice it next time. I modified no.5 and increased contrast. Is it ok? Thanks!
                              In fact contrast was already too dark/harsh on that one.

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