Just got this thrown back:
with my first-ever "NOA_Edit" rejection reason. This is a cloudy-day shot of a plane that's probably very common in Manchester and normally I'd chuck this in the bin and go on with life. In other words, I would have expected an NOA_Quality reject reason if it had to get tossed. However, it seems there have been a number of threads concerning this type of rejection lately, and based on that I take this reject as insinuating that somehow I've cloned something out or the like, which I didn't to the best of my knowledge. My workflow involves cropping, sharpening and adjusting brightness/contrast. I also remove dust spots, but I doubt there are any visible on this cloudy-day image. Any thoughts on this? Are there other common reasons for NOA_Edit besides illegal removal of objects?