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    Quote Originally Posted by mtaylor334 View Post
    Hi there

    I know it is hard for the editors to be patient with the uploaders, but having waited 22 days for my 5 uploads to be rejected with somewhat rude messages, I was also more than a little frustrated this morning. I have not changed any of my camera or PS settings and this was the first time I received multiple rejections and messages that I was STILL uploading in the wrong format so,

    1) Apologies but not that it has been pointed out (one of the editors rather sensibly included a link to the post on the subject I hope that I have made the necessary changes in PS)

    2) Would a kind editor please advise if this is now using the correct colour setting in PS?
    http://www.jetphotos.net/viewqueued_b.php?id=5055152

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    That rude comment was mine. I know it for a fact, that you have been sent 3 times in this year a screener remark (from different screeners) with a link to this topic. So, seeing the wrong colour space again makes me think, that you ignore our remarks, which I classify as rude as well. Hence my comment

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    Hey Gerardo

    Thank you for taking the time to answer my post. Fair point if true, but I think I have always just received the standard "Bad Colour Over/Under saturation" comment without any link. I am happy to be corrected but don't ever remember seeing a link in any of the previous screeners comments.

    Anyway, let's move on - I have now seen it and made the necessary changes in PB and have learnt a little about the more technical side of digital colour processing along the way. I am sure that we are all hear to learn and enjoy our hobby. A reference to a link rather than just the comment goes a long way (certainly for me).

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    I got rejected on this picture because of bad color. I see the picture better, and do not see how this problem. All photos uploaded are made in the same way and with the same program. If he was to be the problem with these colors did not receive reject all photos uploaded so far? I find this absurd. I want to see a print screen from your colors to see how stupid I see, that I can not believe it.

    http://www.jetphotos.net/viewreject_b.php?id=5188544

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    Nothing to add than the link which was provided to you on appeal (http://forums.jetphotos.net/showthre...obe-RGB-please) - by reading that carefully i shouldn't be a problem anymore
    I hope you realise that the email you sent us was totally unacceptable and by saying "I want" "I want" while ignoring the link provided will not get you anywhere except pissing off the crew.... - An admin also replied to you... That's a LOT of energy by the crew for a basic common mistake by you...

    I thought that after the FR24 Night category story you were going to play it a bit quiet.... I was wrong

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    I asked to do a print screen to see the colors wrong with the picture as seen from you. In my perfect image appears. How do you explain that so far we have not had this problem with uploaded pictures? I do not understand it, do not make me a picture that does not appear on fr.24, but the problem of bad color image refers to another refused. I think I put a very pertinent question. Why the pictures uploaded until two days ago I encountered this problem, and we asked to see a print screen and I see colors that are bad for you, because I see good colors in that picture.

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    And we asked you to use read the topic we gave you the link to and to save your files with colour space set to sRGB. If you choose to ignore us again as usual, you risk, that the colours may look wrong on other systems, not on all. For example, if I screen photos with the colour space set to Adobe RGB on my Windows PC, I see a red-ish or purple colour cast. So, on your PC the photo might look OK, on mine not. As the fault is the wrong colour space, the photo is rejected.

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    Ok. I ask something else. Why only problem this picture has since climb pictures? With the same program with the same computer edit them . Other photos that did not have this problem, I ask this . I see it well , and the other day pictures uploaded smoothly. I wanted to see a print screen with the picture seen your PC , to see myself what colors appear . I set the PC 's sRGB and in camera , that I nelamureste me. I do not want and do not know why I understand that I argue for this picture , I just asked , I requested explanations and evidence , because I do not see them wrong .

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    I will list this answer in simple, short statements...

    1. It is recognised all around the photography world that pictures processed in Adobe RGB MIGHT, not necessarily WILL have a purple/red cast when viewed online.
    2. It is recognised all around the photography world that pictures processed for printing display best when processed in Adobe RGB.
    3. It is recognised all around the photography world that pictures that are going to be viewed on the Internet are best processed in sRGB.

    ......and will you PLEASE get someone who is fluent in written English to write your posts for you ? I'm sorry but a lot of the time we don't have a clue what you are trying to say.
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    You got a rejection, that is all the proof you will get. If you are not satisfied with this, you might be more happy by using another online photodatabase or an image hosting service like Flicker. We are surely not going to print out your photos and sent them per post to you, to show the errors. (a screenshot viewed on your system would not show the effect, when you are using the wrong colour space as default)

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    Quote Originally Posted by brianw999 View Post
    I will list this answer in simple, short statements...

    1. It is recognised all around the photography world that pictures processed in Adobe RGB MIGHT, not necessarily WILL have a purple/red cast when viewed online.
    2. It is recognised all around the photography world that pictures processed for printing display best when processed in Adobe RGB.
    3. It is recognised all around the photography world that pictures that are going to be viewed on the Internet are best processed in sRGB.

    ......and will you PLEASE get someone who is fluent in written English to write your posts for you ? I'm sorry but a lot of the time we don't have a clue what you are trying to say.
    I said as I set sRGB both camera and Photoshop . And wondering why such problems have not appeared in photos uploaded yet. All are processed on the same computer and the same program nothing different . That asking for a print screen image in the wrong colors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catalin81 View Post
    I said as I set sRGB both camera and Photoshop . And wondering why such problems have not appeared in photos uploaded yet. All are processed on the same computer and the same program nothing different . That asking for a print screen image in the wrong colors.
    I set sRGB both camera and Photoshop . And wondering why such problems have not appeared in photos uploaded yet ?

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    For what it is worth, I fell foul of this in the latest version of Photoshop CC. Even though my profile was set the sRGB and the same is in my camera, when you do the Save As when finally saving a photo after working on it in Photoshop, there is still a check box on the bottom right of the Save As dialog that says Adobe RGB - that is always checked. I have tried to find any solution to turn that off permanently, but have been unable to. This is what might be happening in this case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seahawk View Post
    The EXIF says: photoshop:ICCProfile = "Adobe RGB (1998 )"
    I wonder why the photos uploaded on the website before there was such a problem before. All are printed on the same computer and the same program that does not understand me and I wanted to see a print screen from your wrong with this picture and colors .


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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkLawrence View Post
    For what it is worth, I fell foul of this in the latest version of Photoshop CC. Even though my profile was set the sRGB and the same is in my camera, when you do the Save As when finally saving a photo after working on it in Photoshop, there is still a check box on the bottom right of the Save As dialog that says Adobe RGB - that is always checked. I have tried to find any solution to turn that off permanently, but have been unable to. This is what might be happening in this case.
    Is set sRGB there, look image.


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    Maybe the check box was not ticked when you saved the pic. And that will be my final reply to this post, as you have only 2 pics rejected for "Bad Color", both of which have other faults which require a new edit anyway. So the whole discussion is kind of pointless.

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    Ruled that this problem is not selected sRGB . If I do I edit photos and 50 once , so do not think I would stay or uncheck to mark off and not think that something like this could happen . It may have been an error of the program, or do not know , but I had these settings again, or had problems at other pictures, but there was an exception , can error , but in no case were the reasons given by you . I do not argue for rejecting a picture as some people suggest that I do, I just want to see where discussing the question was wrong . In my lafel see all pictures , as shown in the picture posted , sRGB appears in exif , and save after editing in PS .

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    You wanted a screenshot ? This is what I get in Photoshop when I try to open your Wizzair shot... http://www.jetphotos.net/viewreject_b.php?id=5188544

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    EMBEDDED refers to the colour space of your image.

    WORKING refers to the colour space that my Photoshop is set to.

    All this clearly shows that you are not saving in sRGB.
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    Ok . I understand . You may have other programs do not. I find it absurd that this picture only has this problem , and other images made ​​identical in that lot and who entered the site did not have this problem. I do not understand this , as other images did not have the same problems as I climb almost daily on the site images made ​​with the same program. I think I stay or to change settings on this image , sure is a program error . I see that you are relying only to convert the image would look like , but I see it as did the other pictures as colors without something to show me .

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    It is not an error of your software or whatever else, it is something YOU are doing wrong.

    Just a question: have you checked the color profiles on the photos you have in the queue? It would be an easy step for you to avoid rejections.

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