I'm a bit disappointed with 2 rejections today (slidescans, like always in my cases):
The first is a good old centering rejection, I was afraid this might happen but was hoping to get it through, partly because there only are 4 shots in the DB now. I just like the shot a lot, it's one of the best liveries on a plane ever and let's face it, the sky here is more interesting than the grass:
I'm tempted to appeal but it'll be hopeless with the current standards, I'm afraid. Anybody has an opinion on this?
The second had 3 rejection reasons: overexposed and contrast I can understand, I've had a hard time getting this scan - which was in fact a bit underexposed - more or less okay. I agree that I settled with this result too soon. But there also was a quality rejection and that's a bit surprising for it seems to imply that it's just not an interesting composition while I think that this shot kind of honours the typical nose of the DC8 in a nice way:
Worth a new try to get a better edit or should I just not bother with this one anymore?
Any opinions or advice would be very much appreciated