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jelpee
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Post Screening: Grain And Over Exposure

Sat Jun 08, 2013 3:06 pm

Need some guidance on this one which was rejected for grain and over exposure.

1. Is the grain in the narrow strip of sky? Sorry, but I can't detect any visible grain on my monitor.

2. It also got an overexposure rejection. I don't see any blown highlights and not much white in the picture except for the signage on the aircrat fuselage.

https://www.airliners.net/addphotos/r...30607_h1369671520.1652dsc_6716.jpg

Any help is much appreciated.

Thanks

Jehan
 
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RE: Post Screening: Grain And Over Exposure

Sat Jun 08, 2013 6:04 pm

Quoting jelpee (Thread starter):

1. Is the grain in the narrow strip of sky? Sorry, but I can't detect any visible grain on my monitor.

2. It also got an overexposure rejection. I don't see any blown highlights and not much white in the picture except for the signage on the aircrat fuselage.

I would probably appeal that one. I see little grain and don't feel it's significant enough to warrant a rejection. There are many photos accepted with significantly more grain that in your photo. It's certain not overexposed. A harsh rejection in my opinion.

Darren
 
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RE: Post Screening: Grain And Over Exposure

Sat Jun 08, 2013 7:06 pm

Hi jehan

I take it you panned this one?

I wouldn't say overexposed more like 'washed out' - around the frame.

Noise/blotchy - Yeah to be fair I see it BUT there's little in the sky by way of detail anyhow so any flaws will show.

just thoughts on what I see

tony

[Edited 2013-06-08 12:31:56]
 
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RE: Post Screening: Grain And Over Exposure

Sun Jun 09, 2013 6:44 am

Quoting jelpee (Thread starter):
1. Is the grain in the narrow strip of sky? Sorry, but I can't detect any visible grain on my monitor.

Quite possible 'grainy' was selected by accident instead of soft (which this image is), as the two boxes are next to each other on the screening page.

Quoting jelpee (Thread starter):
2. It also got an overexposure rejection. I don't see any blown highlights and not much white in the picture except for the signage on the aircrat fuselage.

While perhaps not technically overexposed, it would benefit from a reduction in brightness, and we have no better rejection category to apply in this situation.
 
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RE: Post Screening: Grain And Over Exposure

Sun Jun 09, 2013 1:23 pm

Darren,Tony and Dana:

Thanks for your feedback.

Jehan

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