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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by FreelancerChen View Post
    Hi, Request the pre-screening in the attached photos, Thx lot!
    1. glare/dirt, contrast, noise, overprocessed, borderline cut off/oversharpened
    2. soft, noise, contrast, color, compression, horizon

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  • FreelancerChen
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    Hi, Request the pre-screening in the attached photos, Thx lot!
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by FreelancerChen View Post
    Hi, Request the pre-screening in the attached photos, how about the image crop in the 2nd one? is it allowed? Thanks lot!
    These would be rejected for similar.

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  • FreelancerChen
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    Hi, Request the pre-screening in the attached photos, how about the image crop in the 2nd one? is it allowed? Thanks lot!
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by FreelancerChen View Post
    Hi, Request the pre-screening in the attached photos for the first registration number, Thanks lot!
    Would be rejected for contrast, and possibly noise/soft.

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  • FreelancerChen
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    Hi, Request the pre-screening in the attached photos for the first registration number, Thanks lot!
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by FreelancerChen View Post
    Hi, Request the pre-screening in the attached photos, Thanks lot!
    Soft/contrast/noisy.

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

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  • dlowwa
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    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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  • FreelancerChen
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    ok! I will notice it next time. I modified no.5 and increased contrast. Is it ok? Thanks!
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  • dlowwa
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    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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  • FreelancerChen
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    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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  • dlowwa
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    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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  • FreelancerChen
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    Hi:
    Request the pre-screening in the attached photos, Thanks lot!
    Attached Files

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  • dlowwa
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    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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