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congillespie
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Absolutely BONKERS Screening

Thu Feb 04, 2021 8:18 pm

Hello! These were my first two uploads and were both rejected for:

*Color, *Noise, *Underexposed

I am NOT biased on these images whatsoever. I GREATLY welcome feedback. But as a pro photographer of nearly a decade, I truly fail to agree with the screeners on these images. I appealed both, and BOTH times I received some pretty harsh and rude messages from the head screeners. Feedback is welcome! The 787 was shot directly into sunset, the second is a 1/20th drag of an Airbus in complete darkness. I ran extensive noise reduction on each of them.

Thanks everyone!
Conner
 
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Re: Absolutely BONKERS Screening

Thu Feb 04, 2021 11:03 pm

Can you post the links to the photos ?
 
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Re: Absolutely BONKERS Screening

Fri Feb 05, 2021 3:02 am

Hi Conner,

I've looked at two photos you mentioned. I would have to agree with the screening results. Take a look at the site to see what kind of photos we expect. The FAQ is good guide to begin with.

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Re: Absolutely BONKERS Screening

Fri Feb 05, 2021 9:58 am

congillespie wrote:
The 787 was shot directly into sunset, the second is a 1/20th drag of an Airbus in complete darkness.

Without having even seen the photos, I can already tell by this description that a rejection for noise and underexposure doesn't come as a surprise. Most photos on this website were taken during daylight and in sunshine (i.e. well-lit, low ISO, fast shutterspeed), so photos are screened by that standard.
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Re: Absolutely BONKERS Screening

Fri Feb 12, 2021 11:36 pm

congillespie wrote:
Hello! These were my first two uploads and were both rejected for:

*Color, *Noise, *Underexposed

I am NOT biased on these images whatsoever. I GREATLY welcome feedback. But as a pro photographer of nearly a decade, I truly fail to agree with the screeners on these images. I appealed both, and BOTH times I received some pretty harsh and rude messages from the head screeners. Feedback is welcome! The 787 was shot directly into sunset, the second is a 1/20th drag of an Airbus in complete darkness. I ran extensive noise reduction on each of them.

Thanks everyone!
Conner


Please post a link to the photos and someone can help you out.

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