|Quoting Clickhappy (Reply 6):|
Have a look at the strip of aluminium under the front cabin door, as well as the starboard wingtip.
The color of these two items leads me to believe that the color has been "jacked up."
|Quoting AC888YOW (Reply 17):|
Just an update: After appealing, the original rejection was upheld citing the same reasons as before ... "colour" and "editing" (yes, "editing" again even though I explained the natural phenomenon about the green strips). Fell on deaf ears I guess.
Anyway, this one is put to rest.
|Quoting ThierryD (Reply 18):|
the picture as a whole just looks kinda oversaturated
|Quoting AC888YOW (Reply 19):|
I accept this explanation and consider it to be the cause for the "colour" rejection. I take issue with the "editing" portion of the rejection
|Quoting ThierryD (Reply 20):|
As far as I understand it, the editing rejection doesn't necessarily mean that screeners think you did something "illegal" but just that at some point in your edit something might have gone wrong or you just used an acceptable tool too extensively. Like the saturation tool; saturating a picture is allowed but if used too extensively the shot becomes unacceptable for A.net. I think this was the case here though I can't be sure without seeing the original shot.