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    This is just a headshot of a very ordinary plane landing photo. The reason given to me for the first time was that it was too dark, but I thought that if I continued to brighten the entire photo, it would inevitably cause the plane's brightness to be overexposed, so I decided to I appealed, but the result of the appeal told me that the contrast of the photo was too high. It is a very simple and ordinary photo, which I personally think is completely in line with the needs of this website. I just hope to be able to review it again and give me a reasonable explanation, thank you!
    Photo link:https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=10441099
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    Hello, please read here when you get the chance:

    https://forums.jetphotos.com/forum/a...ning-from-crew

    Rejections that have already been appealed will no longer be commented on by crew, though non-crew are welcome to give advice.

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      Too much contrast

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      • #4
        Originally posted by 8252 View Post
        This is just a headshot of a very ordinary plane landing photo. The reason given to me for the first time was that it was too dark, but I thought that if I continued to brighten the entire photo, it would inevitably cause the plane's brightness to be overexposed, so I decided to I appealed, but the result of the appeal told me that the contrast of the photo was too high. It is a very simple and ordinary photo, which I personally think is completely in line with the needs of this website. I just hope to be able to review it again and give me a reasonable explanation, thank you!
        Photo link:https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=10441099
        You could've looked at the histogram which clearly says the contrast is too high.

        and...I can see a dust spot as well, do you?

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