I've just had two rejections for badexposure, fully justified I'm sure, and I would welcome advice as to how these could have been avoided. The camera is a Canon Powershot Pro 1 which has most of the features of Canon DSLR's but without an interchangeable lens.
This first one has a "burnt out" fuselage such that the juncture between the tail fin and the rear fuselage is lost. Is this a question of an adjustment for white balance? The background is quite dark in this area.
The second has a marked exposure difference between the left hand side and right hand side of the photo. It may be possible to save it by general lightening.
Any thoughts / advice please?