|Quoting Dazbo5 (Reply 5):|
Colour looks far better now but it's still too low in the frame (centre rejection?) and I'd increase contrast just a little bit.
I'm not sure about the contrast, on the monitor I'm using now the white fuselage already is very very bright, I'll have another look tomorrow on a different monitor.
The centering I expect to get a wildcard since only colour was given as rejection reason. The screeners knew this was full frame so not adding a centering rejection I believe meant that they would accept it with corrected colours. After all, looking at the other shots of this plane in the database it would be a shame to declare this one a total loss because of suboptimal centering.
Yet, I would like to hear some opinions about the possibility of uploading at 1024x670 or 660 instead of the 683 minimum to camouflage suboptimal or plain bad centering.
Look at this scan that I had rejected:
It was a bad habit of mine in those days to shoot planes a bit low in frame, when you now need to rotate a bit then otherwise very decent shots turn out unacceptible. A real real shame and I'm hitting my head against the wall for this old habit of mine. Going over the top on ratio could save this shot but I don't feel like trying because I've had enough rejections recently...