|Quoting Aero145 (Reply 4):
IMO the JPG you posted, Martin, doesn't tell all the story, and a Raw file wouldn't, either. Some camera settings are what can change the image so it looks odd, like yours.
So with the untouched original there, still means nothing to you?
Took that not that long ago from here in Darwin. As said, you select the right time during a sunset here, and you'll get alot of yellow - even more yellow than in these shots.
Yes, as mentioned, only at particular times of the day. Why is it that sunsets down here are questioned. I've even had the blue questioned in photos, that our gum trees give when taken from a distance. Hence the Blue Mountains obtaining their name...
Ever seen some sunset shots from Broome, Western Australia? Might pay to have a look at some...
|Quoting Beechcraft (Reply 3):
If you have objections with the screeners decision you can of course appeal to the headscreeners.
I don't even know why that is there. It never works. Not once have my comments been considered in an appeal.
So I remove some contrast? That will fix it?
Denis - no offense taken, but it is really starting to annoy me, when the natural colours of things here in Aus get questioned. A short time on the net will see, I'm not making the colours up.
Royal - I agree, but I had it set to Auto WB etc. I'm telling you, the colour is not edited in anyway.
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