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  • wwshack
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    Most of your problems stems from the colour cast. The upper fuselage should be white, possible poor white balance is the root cause of the problem.

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  • pdeboer
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    Raihan, I rejected the photo for two reason:
    - Dark / Underexposed
    - Too much or too little contrast


    Because there is too much contrast the photo looks dark. To indicate this, I selected both rejection reasons instead of only 'Dark' or' Too much or too little contrast'

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  • Raihan Ahmed
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    Originally posted by seahawk View Post
    Usually the histogram helps you to understand the problem, when it comes to contrast. There is little part in my editing guide about hat. You can also read:

    http://www.cambridgeincolour.com/tut...istograms1.htm
    http://godigitalslr.com/use-histogra...sure-contrast/
    http://www.cs.rutgers.edu/~elgammal/...Histograms.pdf

    This knowledge is also very valuable when you are shooting at the airport, as it helps to get a good exposure.

    Saturation is easy. If the colours are very flashy and strong it is too much. If the colours are flat it is too little.

    We will talk to the programmes if we can adjust the contrast rejection to show too much or too little. Thank you for the good suggestion.
    Thanks a lot Stefan, Your suggestions were really helpful

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  • Raihan Ahmed
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    Originally posted by Alex - Spot-This ! View Post
    Hello,
    My guess is that we can except up loaders to see when we reject for contrast if it's too much or not enough. The difference between the 2 is quiet importantů
    Same goes for saturation.
    But if you asked about a specific rejection, please post the link here and we'll gladly help you.

    Regards
    Alex
    Here It Goes http://www.jetphotos.net/viewreject_b.php?id=4573539

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  • seahawk
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    Usually the histogram helps you to understand the problem, when it comes to contrast. There is little part in my editing guide about hat. You can also read:

    http://www.cambridgeincolour.com/tut...istograms1.htm
    http://godigitalslr.com/use-histogra...sure-contrast/
    http://www.cs.rutgers.edu/~elgammal/...Histograms.pdf

    This knowledge is also very valuable when you are shooting at the airport, as it helps to get a good exposure.

    Saturation is easy. If the colours are very flashy and strong it is too much. If the colours are flat it is too little.

    We will talk to the programmes if we can adjust the contrast rejection to show too much or too little. Thank you for the good suggestion.
    Last edited by seahawk; 2014-06-16, 12:36.

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  • Alex - Spot-This !
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    Hello,
    My guess is that we can except up loaders to see when we reject for contrast if it's too much or not enough. The difference between the 2 is quiet importantů
    Same goes for saturation.
    But if you asked about a specific rejection, please post the link here and we'll gladly help you.

    Regards
    Alex

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  • Raihan Ahmed
    started a topic Over/High Contrast/Saturation

    Over/High Contrast/Saturation

    Screeners do reject photos with messages TOO MUCH/TOO LITTLE CONTRAST and BAD COLOR,OVER/UNDER SATURATION.

    This is confusing I guess. Can't it be specified that is it MUCH Contrast or LOW Contrast or OVER/UNDER Saturation ? It would be helpful for us uploaders to understand exactly why the photo was rejected.
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