Old 08-09-2012, 07:01 AM   #1
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Well, pretty self-explanatory, looking for some input if it can be fixed or if it will just get the axe for something else.

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The double BC makes it pretty easy to figure out which way you need to go. More contrast, more saturation. However, I suspect that if you fix those issues, the next screener will go with a "cloudy day/common power? rejection.
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The double BC makes it pretty easy to figure out which way you need to go. More contrast, more saturation. However, I suspect that if you fix those issues, the next screener will go with a "cloudy day/common power? rejection.
It is, first time around, I received too dark, then BC-BC, now there is that possibility... Should I pursue, or just save the trouble?
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