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Topic: Post Screening - Overexposed An12?
Username: JGreg
Posted 2012-11-18 00:09:28 and read 710 times.

Had this one rejected for being overexposed, which surprised me somewhat.

http://www.airliners.net/procphotos/...name=f1352647372.8384jgurcak05.jpg

I know the histogram doesn't necessarily tell the whole story but it looks about right - there is a little peak right at the right-hand side but that will be the sun flash near the nose.
I'd therefore welcome a second opinion, especially as this was screened by a screener-in-training.
Thanks
John

Topic: RE: Post Screening - Overexposed An12?
Username: dazbo5
Posted 2012-11-18 05:55:35 and read 710 times.

Quoting JGreg (Thread starter):
Had this one rejected for being overexposed


I've always argued this site harshly, and in my opinion wrongly rejects some for being overexposed. For me, your photo is properly exposed and is in no way overexposed. There are many other recently accepted photos that I was surprised were accepted for being much brighter than yours. In my opinion, your photo is nicely exposed and is bright, but not overexposed.

Darren

Topic: RE: Post Screening - Overexposed An12?
Username: JakTrax
Posted 2012-11-18 06:52:33 and read 710 times.

Hi John,

Don't see any over-exposure. I'd be appealing this one......

Karl

Topic: RE: Post Screening - Overexposed An12?
Username: Silver1SWA
Posted 2012-11-18 18:16:08 and read 710 times.

Exposure looks spot-on to me. I'd appeal as well.


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