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Old 05-14-2008, 11:48 PM   #11
JimThias
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Originally Posted by JRMDC
Would you be willing to admit that when the screeners make a mistake with high sun, sometimes or usually the shot has harsh or unattractive light?
Of course! I "admit" that all the time when I say that they've made a mistake with their high sun rejection pick. It should simply be stated as "poor lighting" instead of "high sun" which can be misleading for the person who had the photo rejected (which then often leads to a lot of debate in this forum).

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