Old 08-22-2012, 02:37 AM   #1
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I'm not sure which one they want, so I'd appreciate some help here. Is it too much, or too little saturation?

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I guess they don't like the way the sun changes the colors. You did mention sunset so IDK what to tell you.
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Nice shot, Jon.
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Nice shot, Jon.
Thanks. I'll tell them you said so in my appeal. If I should actually appeal it, that is . . . do I just tell them the color is right for sunset?

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So I appealed and the appeal was rejected with no comment. So, which do I try? Should I increase or decrease the saturation? Is there something else I can do?

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So I appealed and the appeal was rejected with no comment. So, which do I try? Should I increase or decrease the saturation? Is there something else I can do?

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I like the way it is, you can't change the way the sun sets in my book
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I suppose if you back off the red a little bit they'd be happy. And maybe lighten it up a smidge.
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Well, I desaturated it a smidge, bumped up the exposure about 1/3 stop, and now it's in . . .

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Well, I desaturated it a smidge, bumped up the exposure about 1/3 stop, and now it's in . . .

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