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    Hello everyone, I am tired of being constantly rejected, I ask you to help me with your comments to improve the editing

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    Quote Originally Posted by romeromarto View Post
    Hello everyone, I am tired of being constantly rejected, I ask you to help me with your comments to improve the editing

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    These images were all taken in poor light, so would stand to be rejected for contrast, among other issues. Improving these through editing is not the way to go; instead, you should be shooting when conditions are better if you hope to upload and have images accepted. Shooting in hazy/overcast conditions like the above images will make it much less likely the images will be accepted. Trying to magically save them with editing is really not worth the effort.

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    Thank you! is the most sincere answer you hear

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    Quote Originally Posted by romeromarto View Post
    Thank you! is the most sincere answer you hear
    That's not to say you're not allowed to try, nor discourage you from trying again with better conditions, but I think the effort needed with the above images would likely be in vain.

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