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    Hello Team!

    I just was wondering if you can look over any of these photos if they are acceptable on the database and if there is anything that needs to be changed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marlandaviation View Post
    Hello Team!

    I just was wondering if you can look over any of these photos if they are acceptable on the database and if there is anything that needs to be changed.
    First would be rejected for centering, cut off, soft, vignetting, and color. Second and third would be borderline for sharpening and contrast/compression, respectively. You might also want to avoid using ProPhoto color space and use sRGB instead.

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    Seems to have a blue cast - perhaps bump up the white balance and see if that improves it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marlandaviation View Post
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    More color issues. Make sure you use and save in sRGB color space, not ProPhoto RGB as this one is, and as I mentioned before. You don't need to follow my advice, but I have less incentive to continue to offer it if you ignore previous suggestions.

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    Ok these photos should have the sRGB Color space in these. They are usually defaulted to ProColor.

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    Ok these photos should have the sRGB Color space in these. They are usually defaulted to ProColor.
    1. soft, noisy
    2. soft, contrast
    3. dark, contrast

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    Can you guys please pre-screen these photos and see if there acceptable? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by marlandaviation View Post
    Can you guys please pre-screen these photos and see if there acceptable? Thanks!

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    All three are soft, and the latter two also have issues with contrast and noise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    All three are soft, and the latter two also have issues with contrast and noise.
    For the last two will they be to little contrast or to much contrast?

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    Quote Originally Posted by marlandaviation View Post
    For the last two will they be to little contrast or to much contrast?
    Poor contrast due to overcast conditions. Probably not fixable.

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    Can you guys please pre-screen these photos and see if there acceptable? Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by marlandaviation View Post
    Can you guys please pre-screen these photos and see if there acceptable? Thanks!
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    1. contrast, noise
    2. color, borderline contrast

    Last time I will mention using the correct color space (sRGB). Going to ignore any more prescreening requests for images in ProPhoto, etc..

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    Ok then, last time you'll see it. These all should be in the correct color space.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marlandaviation View Post
    Ok then, last time you'll see it. These all should be in the correct color space.
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    1. horizon, soft, contrast
    2. color, compression/overprocessed (too much noise reduction, etc.)

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    How about these photos? Everything should be in the color space.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marlandaviation View Post
    How about these photos? Everything should be in the color space.

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    1. borderline contrast (too low)
    2. contrast, noise
    3. contrast

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    Attempted to fix 1 and 3 any better?
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    Quote Originally Posted by marlandaviation View Post
    Attempted to fix 1 and 3 any better?
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    They would be ok for me, but I'd still consider the second borderline.

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    Ok, so when you say borderline, it means like a hit or miss right?

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