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  • Rejection help; Too much or too little contrast

    Hey All

    Recently had this photo rejected for being too much or too little contrast.
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    Can anyone tell whether it is too much or too little contrast, as i'm not sure.

    Thanks for your help

    V8

  • #2
    Originally posted by V8Bathurst888 View Post
    Hey All

    Recently had this photo rejected for being too much or too little contrast.
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    Can anyone tell whether it is too much or too little contrast, as i'm not sure.

    Thanks for your help

    V8
    In this case, the contrast rejection was for overall poor light. I'm not sure you can make this one better by simply adding or subtracting contrast.

    Furthermore, it seems there is extensive cloning at the bottom of the frame, where you have perhaps removed part of the fence, or something else. You should probably consider yourself lucky this did not get caught, as uploading images with such manipulation is strictly forbidden and if repeated will lead to an upload ban. I suggest giving up on this photo and not re-submitting it, unless you are willing to face the consequences of getting caught.

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    • #3
      Thanks for the help. Had this one rejected as well for being dark/underexposed and too much/too little contrast. I more need help with the contrast part of the rejection, but any help on the underexposure would be helpful as well. I looked at the histogram and it seemed ok to me.

      http://www.jetphotos.net/viewreject_b.php?id=5391089

      Thanks for any help

      V8

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      • #4
        Originally posted by V8Bathurst888 View Post
        Thanks for the help. Had this one rejected as well for being dark/underexposed and too much/too little contrast. I more need help with the contrast part of the rejection, but any help on the underexposure would be helpful as well. I looked at the histogram and it seemed ok to me.

        http://www.jetphotos.net/viewreject_b.php?id=5391089

        Thanks for any help

        V8
        Contrast looks a little weak, but mostly it needs brightening.

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