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    i uploaded a month ago the same picture, than it rejected because of dead space. I fixed that and I decided to upload it again. but now it is rejected because of wrong/missing categories and bad postprocessing? why is there a different reason of rejecting?

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6097482

    thanks.

  • #2
    Hey

    Because of Missing Category: You should tick "special livery" to fix that.
    Because of Bad Postprocessing: Mostly you receive this when you use shadows/highlight or clarity. Then appears so called halos (bright or dark shadows around the plane) which lead to a rejection.

    Hope this will help.
    Have a nice day!
    Best Regards from Germany,
    Julian S.​

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    • #3
      Hello,

      I had that one rejected and I don't understand really why: https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6117375
      Dark / Underexposed => Histogram seems balanced to me
      Bad Color (Over/Under Saturation, Hue) => I didn't touch the saturation, maybe I don't entirely get the meaning of "Hue"?
      Too much or too little contrast => It seems standard to me, compared to my other pictures

      Can someone help me to understand so I can improve ?

      Thank you

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Julian S. View Post
        Hey

        Because of Missing Category: You should tick "special livery" to fix that.
        Because of Bad Postprocessing: Mostly you receive this when you use shadows/highlight or clarity. Then appears so called halos (bright or dark shadows around the plane) which lead to a rejection.

        Hope this will help.
        Have a nice day!
        aah okey! thanks I will work on it!

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        • #5
          Hey

          when you click on "histogram" you can see a gap on the right side which leads to your "darkness" rejection (bright tones/highlights are too dark). In combination with the gap on the left side of the histogram, it leads to the "too little contrast" rejection (dark tones/shadows are to bright).
          But i can´t say you what is wrong with the Bad Color - in my opinion this will be fixed after correct exposure (better colours). Probably wait for a screener.

          Here is your picture with, in my eyes, correct exposure on the left - the right side is what you have.
          Click image for larger version

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          I hope this will help, have a nice day!
          Best Regards from Germany,
          Julian S.​

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          • #6
            Thank you Julian! It's a good start indeed. Have a nice day too!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Julian S. View Post
              Hey

              when you click on "histogram" you can see a gap on the right side which leads to your "darkness" rejection (bright tones/highlights are too dark). In combination with the gap on the left side of the histogram, it leads to the "too little contrast" rejection (dark tones/shadows are to bright).
              But i can´t say you what is wrong with the Bad Color - in my opinion this will be fixed after correct exposure (better colours). Probably wait for a screener.

              Here is your picture with, in my eyes, correct exposure on the left - the right side is what you have.
              [ATTACH=CONFIG]9440[/ATTACH]
              I hope this will help, have a nice day!
              hi,
              can you please tell me how you changed that color so good? I have sometimes problems with that..

              thanks!!

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Julian S. View Post
                Hey

                when you click on "histogram" you can see a gap on the right side which leads to your "darkness" rejection (bright tones/highlights are too dark). In combination with the gap on the left side of the histogram, it leads to the "too little contrast" rejection (dark tones/shadows are to bright).
                But i can´t say you what is wrong with the Bad Color - in my opinion this will be fixed after correct exposure (better colours). Probably wait for a screener.

                Here is your picture with, in my eyes, correct exposure on the left - the right side is what you have.
                [ATTACH=CONFIG]9440[/ATTACH]
                I hope this will help, have a nice day!
                hi,
                can you please tell me how you changed that color so good? I have sometimes problems with that..

                thanks!!

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by jorisdejong View Post
                  hi,
                  can you please tell me how you changed that color so good? I have sometimes problems with that..

                  thanks!!
                  Sure,

                  you only have to adjust the dark and bright tones in the luminosity histogram so that there were no gaps on both sides. That is all what i done to my pictures (besides sharpening, cropping/levelling, removing dust spots).

                  Here is a small example:
                  Click image for larger version

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                  darkened the dark tones and brightened the bright tones in the middle of the picture for better contrast and colours.

                  Hope this will help.
                  Best Regards from Germany,
                  Julian S.​

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Julian S. View Post
                    Sure,

                    you only have to adjust the dark and bright tones in the luminosity histogram so that there were no gaps on both sides. That is all what i done to my pictures (besides sharpening, cropping/levelling, removing dust spots).

                    Here is a small example:
                    [ATTACH=CONFIG]9441[/ATTACH]
                    darkened the dark tones and brightened the bright tones in the middle of the picture for better contrast and colours.

                    Hope this will help.
                    aha okey!
                    and are you doing this with Lightroom or photoshop or something else?

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                    • #11
                      I use both...Lightroom 6 and Photoshop 15.
                      But you can use freeware tools Gimp or paint.net too.
                      Best Regards from Germany,
                      Julian S.​

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Julian S. View Post
                        I use both...Lightroom 6 and Photoshop 15.
                        But you can use freeware tools Gimp or paint.net too.
                        i have Lightroom, so I am going to work with that!
                        thanks for your help

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