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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Coldstreamer View Post

    Updated:
    Exposure/contrast might still be an issue, but would be ok for me.

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  • Coldstreamer
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    Horizon is off (CW) and background a bit brighter than the foreground.
    Updated:
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Coldstreamer View Post
    Advise on picture please! Should be all good to go, but double checking.
    Horizon is off (CW) and background a bit brighter than the foreground.

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  • Coldstreamer
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    Advise on picture please! Should be all good to go, but double checking.
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  • TRTPUwU
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    Originally posted by Coldstreamer View Post

    Now you've got me worried. Do you consider these two dark then?

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    Yes, they seem to be dark

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Coldstreamer View Post

    Now you've got me worried. Do you consider these two dark then?
    Not going to bother replying to your thread if you can't bother to read here and follow the suggestions after having been asked multiple times:
    As there seem to be some unwritten rules that are missed by newer users, here are a few suggestions for when you would like editing advice/prescreening from the crew: If asking for prescreening/editing advice, please title your thread "(username) - prescreening request / editing advice" Prescreening is offered


    2. Prescreening is offered only for images not in the queue currently. Please ask for advice/prescreening before submitting the images to the queue

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  • Coldstreamer
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    Still a bit dark/contrasty, but would be ok for me.
    Now you've got me worried. Do you consider these two dark then?

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Coldstreamer View Post

    The only thing I noticed is that it's too bright, but everything else looked fine to me. But either way, here's the new version if you say it's too dark.
    Still a bit dark/contrasty, but would be ok for me.

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  • Coldstreamer
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    Totally different. Can you see now how it was possible the rejected one was overprocessed?

    This one would be rejected for dark.
    The only thing I noticed is that it's too bright, but everything else looked fine to me. But either way, here's the new version if you say it's too dark.
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Coldstreamer View Post

    This any better?
    Totally different. Can you see now how it was possible the rejected one was overprocessed?

    This one would be rejected for dark.

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  • Coldstreamer
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    Halos on treeline, highlights muted and shadows boosted. Pretty obviously overprocessed.
    This any better?
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Coldstreamer View Post
    So, I recently tried to upload the photo attached below. The first time I was told that it was underexposed, therefore I raised the exposure slightly. However, after raising slightly I then was rejected due to being "over processed". I'm not sure how this is possible, any help regarding this matter is welcome. The attached photo is the 2nd one.
    Halos on treeline, highlights muted and shadows boosted. Pretty obviously overprocessed.

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  • Coldstreamer
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    So, I recently tried to upload the photo attached below. The first time I was told that it was underexposed, therefore I raised the exposure slightly. However, after raising slightly I then was rejected due to being "over processed". I'm not sure how this is possible, any help regarding this matter is welcome. The attached photo is the 2nd one.
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Coldstreamer View Post
    It is my belief that this would be denied because it's noisy and not sharp, but double checking:
    You would be correct.

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  • Coldstreamer
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    It is my belief that this would be denied because it's noisy and not sharp, but double checking: Click image for larger version  Name:	N184G.jpg Views:	0 Size:	996.2 KB ID:	1183428

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