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  • #46
    Originally posted by fsx98 View Post
    I have a hot photo that was rejected for either over processed or bad post processing, and either too much or too little contrast.

    Here is the following photo that was last rejected:
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    Yes, I agree with that rejection.

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    • #47
      To me it's soft at the nose, and kinda flat.


      A small tip, you will very rarely get an overcast sky photo on JP. Not badmouthing JP, but thats just how it works
      Not sure where the over/bad-processing rejection is coming form without equalizing it.

      Tim



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      • #48
        Hi everyone; it's been a while, but I have two photos that are rejected for the same reasons in each photo since after the last edit:

        N127AA for either overprocessed or bad postprocessing;
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        N414WN for either too much or too little contrast;
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        Any specific feedback on these rejections are appreciated.
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        • #49
          Originally posted by fsx98 View Post
          N127AA for either overprocessed or bad postprocessing
          Not sure what exactly you've done, but you've really messed up editing the sky above the aircraft.

          Originally posted by fsx98 View Post
          N414WN for either too much or too little contrast;
          Contrast's a bit harsh, and the washed out sky in the background isn't helping either.

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          • #50
            Thanks Dana; I have redone the halo removal in a more neater manner on the A321 and reuploaded it; I have also reuploaded the B737 with a less washed out sky and toned-down contrast as a last attempt.

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            • #51
              I have a photo of N402SY rejected for overexposed and either over-processed or bad post-postprocessing; if I try to lower exposure to compensate the overexposure rejection, would the whole aircraft be rejected for dark as well?

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              • #52
                Originally posted by fsx98 View Post
                I have a photo of N402SY rejected for overexposed and either over-processed or bad post-postprocessing; if I try to lower exposure to compensate the overexposure rejection, would the whole aircraft be rejected for dark as well?

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                Borderline light, but probably acceptable. Bigger problems is editing halos are still pretty obvious.

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                • #53
                  Thanks Dana; will fix this photo and also try to neatly remove the halos.

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