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  • federbear
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    Hi!

    Could you give me information what bad info means in this reject?

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6428950

    I got frame reject when i tried to upload as plane. In this case should be Spotting location...

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  • pdeboer
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    Originally posted by federbear View Post
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6405579

    I have got the beloved Bad Color (Over/Under Saturation, Hue) reject, that still does not tell anything.

    Please explain a little bit more about this reject. I would not like to appeal without any reason.
    This plane is over water and sandy area.

    Regards,
    Federbear
    For future reference, additional explanation of the rejection reasons can be found in the upload guidelines: https://forums.jetphotos.com/showthr...ES-New-version

    6.1 Bad Color (Over/Under Saturation, Hue)


    Poor editing often results in colors which just dont look right but the most common problem is when pictures are taken from behind glass in airport terminals because this glass is tinted and creates a color cast on your pictures which does not reflect the colors you would see if you were the other side of the glass. Every editing program has a tool to alter colors and if you have been shooting from behind tinted glass these tools need to be used to make the pictures acceptable.


    In addition, a photo with too much or lack of saturation will also be rejected with this rejection reason.


    Examples of not acceptable photos
    https://cdn.jetphotos.com/custom/033-Color.jpg
    https://cdn.jetphotos.com/custom/034-color-2.jpg
    The first example given above looks a bit like your rejected photo: it has a red/purple colour cast

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  • federbear
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    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6405579

    I have got the beloved Bad Color (Over/Under Saturation, Hue) reject, that still does not tell anything.

    Please explain a little bit more about this reject. I would not like to appeal without any reason.
    This plane is over water and sandy area.

    Regards,
    Federbear

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  • federbear
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post
    I think the screener(s) probably didn't realize that since the aircraft was over water (right?), the cyan/blue cast is actually natural. Try adding a bit of red, but I actually don't think the color needs that much adjustment.
    It is actually pretty tricky editing these photos. Not just the water but even the sand where they fly over causes different cast that it should be.

    Thx.
    Federbear

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by federbear View Post
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6357421

    I have got the beloved Bad Color (Over/Under Saturation, Hue) reject, that does not tell anything. I think still, that a comment about the real problem should belong this type of reject. It would help indeed.

    Unfortunately I could not take my calibrated display to my holiday, and it is quite sure that my notebooks' display does not shows the right colors. So please explain a little bit more about this reject. I would not like to appeal without any reason.

    Regards,
    Federbear
    I think the screener(s) probably didn't realize that since the aircraft was over water (right?), the cyan/blue cast is actually natural. Try adding a bit of red, but I actually don't think the color needs that much adjustment.

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  • federbear
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    federbear - Editing Advice

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6357421

    I have got the beloved Bad Color (Over/Under Saturation, Hue) reject, that does not tell anything. I think still, that a comment about the real problem should belong this type of reject. It would help indeed.

    Unfortunately I could not take my calibrated display to my holiday, and it is quite sure that my notebooks' display does not shows the right colors. So please explain a little bit more about this reject. I would not like to appeal without any reason.

    Regards,
    Federbear
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