Old 12-13-2021, 10:42 PM   #1
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Rejected for Color/Hue, I've learned my screen may be slightly off, but I'm not really sure what they're referring to. Any insight? Are they unhappy with the golden sunset light?

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Is this any better?
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Slightly better, but it looks too yellow or maybe even too much blue as well. It does not look all that great on my calibrated desktop monitor.
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Hmm, I tried auto white balance in RAW and Auto Tone and color in PS with not much change. You can get rid of the yellow easy in color mixer in RAW but think it is fine, last light is warm. As an a side it probably good to clone out shadow heads and screener probably does not like the foreground barrier.

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Slightly better, but it looks too yellow or maybe even too much blue as well. It does not look all that great on my calibrated desktop monitor.
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Hmm, I tried auto white balance in RAW and Auto Tone and color in PS with not much change. You can get rid of the yellow easy in color mixer in RAW but think it is fine, last light is warm. As an a side it probably good to clone out shadow heads and screener probably does not like the foreground barrier.

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Thanks for the help guys, I'm on a (albeit upgraded) 10 year old laptop, so what I see on my screen isn't always perfect.

I tweaked it a little towards the red and it was accepted.
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Old 12-14-2021, 01:11 PM   #6
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Color issues aside, any reason why it's composed so tightly on the left side? Could certainly use some breathing room there imo.
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Thanks for the help guys, I'm on a (albeit upgraded) 10 year old laptop, so what I see on my screen isn't always perfect.

I tweaked it a little towards the red and it was accepted.
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Glad it got in, nice little operation, industrial and very photogenic.
Interesting you said you added red, will keep that in mind.
However, I toggling between them, i would put this in the difference without a distinction category, no offense to the photo at all.

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