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    Greetings from Manila!

    I have a handful of images shot on the first light of the day.
    I'm trying to find out how to correct the colors of the images for it to be accepted on the database.
    When I try to Auto Color or Neutralizing color using the match color on PS they don't seem to be images from the days first light that I saw when I took the images.
    I'am still learning and I hope I can learn more from your replies,
    thanks and good afternoon from MNL.

  • #2
    Originally posted by Vermont Coronel Jr View Post
    Greetings from Manila!

    I have a handful of images shot on the first light of the day.
    I'm trying to find out how to correct the colors of the images for it to be accepted on the database.
    When I try to Auto Color or Neutralizing color using the match color on PS they don't seem to be images from the days first light that I saw when I took the images.
    I'am still learning and I hope I can learn more from your replies,
    thanks and good afternoon from MNL.
    a) try to avoid using auto- anything
    b) posting some examples would be useful

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    • #3
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      Mr. dlowwa I just cropped the image and a bit of levels.
      Is it good enough to leave the colors as is?
      Last edited by Vermont Coronel Jr; 2019-01-17, 09:53. Reason: no caption

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Vermont Coronel Jr View Post
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        Mr. dlowwa I just cropped the image and a bit of levels.
        Is it good enough to leave the colors as is?
        There's a slight green cast, and the color profile is incorrectly set. You should be uploading image with sRGB as the color profile, not Adobe RGB 1998 as you have on this one.

        Image is also a bit soft, dark, and has vignetting and dust spots. All of these issues would need to be fixed before uploading.

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        • #5
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          Greetings from MNL!
          I just want to know if this can be accepted on the database, or should I keep this to my collection.
          Any input is appreciated, many thanks!
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Vermont Coronel Jr View Post
            Greetings from MNL!
            I just want to know if this can be accepted on the database, or should I keep this to my collection.
            Any input is appreciated, many thanks!
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            Image is soft and suffering from compression, and would be rejected as such.

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            • #7
              This image was recently rejected dur to Undersharpened/Dark/Underexposed.
              I started from the raw image and tried my best to have an output.
              I always use the Luminosity from what I've learned here.

              Any thoughts again Mr/Ms. Screener before I re upload it again.
              Ten days on the queue is very long and I know the screeners are doing their best.

              Hoping for positive output this time.
              Thanks!Click image for larger version

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Vermont Coronel Jr View Post
                This image was recently rejected dur to Undersharpened/Dark/Underexposed.
                I started from the raw image and tried my best to have an output.
                I always use the Luminosity from what I've learned here.

                Any thoughts again Mr/Ms. Screener before I re upload it again.
                Ten days on the queue is very long and I know the screeners are doing their best.

                Hoping for positive output this time.
                Thanks![ATTACH=CONFIG]23542[/ATTACH]
                Maybe a touch dark, but would be acceptable for me.

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                • #9
                  Asking for guidance before I upload.
                  Many thanks from MNL!
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Vermont Coronel Jr View Post
                    Asking for guidance before I upload.
                    Many thanks from MNL!
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                    Both likely rejections for contrast. Light looks like it was quite poor, not sure further editing will make a big difference.

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                    • #11
                      Asking for advice from our screeners.
                      Asking for the image to be check before upload or for personal collection.
                      Thanks from MNL!
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Vermont Coronel Jr View Post
                        Asking for advice from our screeners.
                        Asking for the image to be check before upload or for personal collection.
                        Thanks from MNL!
                        [ATTACH=CONFIG]25166[/ATTACH]
                        Image is soft, and somewhat dark. Can't say for certain whether it's fixable.

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                        • #13
                          Asking for this image to be pre screened.
                          The light was somehow a bit side, but also more head on.
                          Tried my best to come up with an acceptable image for me, but I still want to make sure before I upload.
                          Thank you from MNL!

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Vermont Coronel Jr View Post
                            Asking for this image to be pre screened.
                            The light was somehow a bit side, but also more head on.
                            Tried my best to come up with an acceptable image for me, but I still want to make sure before I upload.
                            Thank you from MNL!

                            [ATTACH=CONFIG]25849[/ATTACH]
                            Definitely a dark/contrast rejection. Don't think it is fixable.

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                            • #15
                              Greetings!

                              Sorry for the last thread, it was only today I saw the forum rules for pre screening.
                              I have red it again and I understand it all.

                              I shot this at around 30 minutes after sunrise, I didn't color manage this in PS.
                              It is a straight shot color from the camera, and the WB is on sunny icon.
                              My question is if I should upload it as night shot or just a regular?
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                              Also if there are other adjustments for the image, would be glad to know.
                              Thanks and good morning from MNL!

                              Vermont

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