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    Question Different Screeners?

    Hi guys , i just tried to post a MIL MI-171SH-P that belong to the Peruvian Army.
    The first time that i uploaded it i got 2 reasons for rejection.
    1.-https://gyazo.com/2ec37746d514e313df419d394d745d1d

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=5882514

    Then i try to upload it again (i have already decrease the contrast)
    2.-https://gyazo.com/d615de2901007975fcc20e6b06e3d443

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=5882558

    I try again and i get the same reason for rejection (location) I didnt know that i had to specificate the location when i make use of the -other location- option.

    I send it again with the exact location... and i got more than 4 rejections that i didn't got in the past times that i have sent THE SAME picture...

    4.-https://gyazo.com/a6ad1c1472e241d1bf2c9c60450ffc0e

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=5882612

    Any suggestions? Cheers!

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    I just noticed that i was uploading a similar photo but with different editing.

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    Screeners are no robots. They are humans like you and me. So, different screening results and slightly varying acceptance requirements are absolutely normal.

    Btw.: I would drop the image. The screening result of the last screener is pretty much what I would have thought.

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    Miguel

    As Peter says, all the screeners are different and will have differing opinions. Although, I must say that where possible, we will try and reject an image with all the reasons that could cause a rejection the first time round. Sorry this didn't happen this time. Although I do agree with the rejection reasons given on the final rejection you shared.

    The Contrast is very harsh with a bright sky in the background and a dark aeroplane, you need to make the scene consistent. Cutoff, you have cut the top of Rotor head which in my opinion could've been avoided. Finally the color rejection I would say is a touch harsh but try and reduce the amount of saturation you apply to the image. If you want to upload a new edit to Gyazo and let us take a look before you upload I'd be happy to.

    Hope this helps.
    Best regards,
    Dave

    Saving the World, One Screened Image at a time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by davepotter View Post
    Miguel

    As Peter says, all the screeners are different and will have differing opinions. Although, I must say that where possible, we will try and reject an image with all the reasons that could cause a rejection the first time round. Sorry this didn't happen this time. Although I do agree with the rejection reasons given on the final rejection you shared.

    The Contrast is very harsh with a bright sky in the background and a dark aeroplane, you need to make the scene consistent. Cutoff, you have cut the top of Rotor head which in my opinion could've been avoided. Finally the color rejection I would say is a touch harsh but try and reduce the amount of saturation you apply to the image. If you want to upload a new edit to Gyazo and let us take a look before you upload I'd be happy to.

    Hope this helps.
    Thank you for answering my question. I fixed the contrast problem and finally my photo got accepted.
    https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/8591255

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    Quote Originally Posted by miguelhc25 View Post
    and finally my photo got accepted.
    https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/8591255
    ...with a cut off rotor.

    Anyway. Congrats!

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