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    Hello !!
    I need to please help me with this rejection. In my opinion it's not well evaluated since it corresponds to a cloudy day. I had previously been rejected for the same reason, so I edited it and resent it.
    I appreciate your help!

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6202847

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    If you click on the histogram the underexposure is very obvious in the histogram and therefore easy to fix.

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    OK, thanks!

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    Stefan
    Good Day!

    How can I repair that photo with Photoshop CC 2017?

    What should I do to make it OK?

    Thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by MartinezRoe7 View Post
    Stefan
    Good Day!

    How can I repair that photo with Photoshop CC 2017?

    What should I do to make it OK?

    Thanks in advance
    Try increasing the exposure and/or the brightness in Photoshop until the histogram looks more acceptable. There are tutorials available in these forums if you don't know how to understand the histogram tool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B7772ADL View Post
    Try increasing the exposure and/or the brightness in Photoshop until the histogram looks more acceptable. There are tutorials available in these forums if you don't know how to understand the histogram tool.
    Hello James:

    Brightening the histogram is still farther to the right than it is already. I understand that for a good photo it must be in the middle or not?

    The other thing, I looked in the forum where you can see tutorials since they would be of great help (only this year I started posting photos on this page), but I can not find them. Any chance that you tell me where they are?

    Thanks for your help. Very kind of you.
    Regards

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