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jallfree
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Posted Thu Feb 24, 2005 4:08PM
Just had a rejection with the reason given as

'PS symbols in upper right of image'

First I thought I had left a logo on the image... but got confused with the 'PS' bit which, to me means PhotoShop!!! Have I really left a symbol/logo somewhere and just being thick or is this something deeper man!

aagh!
zerocattle
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Posted Thu Feb 24, 2005 4:25PM
PS Symbols are the symbols that are provided with PhotoShop. They are not allowed for resale, and so are not permitted in stock imagery.
jallfree
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Posted Thu Feb 24, 2005 4:58PM
Agh getting somewhere. But still dont get what you're on about!

What sort of symbol. Can you give me an example please! Please excuse my ignorance

and PS help is about as helpful as toothache!

(Edited on 2005-02-24 05:04:46 by jallfree)
zerocattle
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Posted Thu Feb 24, 2005 5:08PM
Perhaps if you post a link to the image someone can be more specific. It's a bit difficult to imagine what the problem is with any success...
jallfree
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Posted Thu Feb 24, 2005 5:43PM
thanks for your patience. I've slapped the image online so you can see it...

Please go to barryweirdo.com

This is the image (50% and saved for web to keep file size down a bit) I put the line on just now to divide it up into quarters as the inspector says the PS Symbol is 'upper right'. I can't see anythin PS or copyright. The only thing I can think of are the graduation scales and number on the aluminium wheel upper middle!

Confusion rains as I hardly did anything to this photo before uploading it! Certain put nothing on it. I'm sure there is a good reason but currently beuyond me


(Edited on 2005-02-24 05:53:40 by jallfree)

(Edited on 2005-02-24 05:54:07 by jallfree)
zerocattle
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Posted Thu Feb 24, 2005 5:52PM
Well, I'm confused now, too! I don't see any PS Symbols, Shapes or anything else.

I wish I could be more helpful. Hopefully someone will be by shortly with better answers for you!
jallfree
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Posted Thu Feb 24, 2005 5:55PM
Jolly good. Thought I was going insane on my own! Help anyone please.

Anyone think it's the graduation scales and number on the aluminium wheel upper middle?

(thanks for your time Zerocattle)
zerocattle
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Posted Thu Feb 24, 2005 5:58PM
It shouldn't be, those are just measures, nothing copyrightable. In fact, the lathe would be fairly useless as an image without it. My husband took a gander and said the black rounded rectangle looks really out of place and wondered if you could clone that out as well as the machine manufacturer.

I hope you get a response!
stwief
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Posted Thu Feb 24, 2005 6:13PM
The only possible PS symbol I notice is positioned in the lower left side of the image. But I assume you didn't place that arrow there yourself, did you
jallfree
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Posted Thu Feb 24, 2005 6:26PM
Nope never put it there!! I doubt when this lathe was made PS was even invented
nano
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Posted Thu Feb 24, 2005 7:29PM
I downloaded the high res and looked at it.
There appears to be a logo on the lip of the plate with sawteeth that hasn't been fully erased. It's like a black dot.

It's in the upper right quadrant.

I think it was meant as PS. as in ps in a note! Like after a signature that would read as "p.s." as an addendum.

It's a logo that is your culprit. And yes, it's in the image

(Edited on 2005-02-24 07:43:21 by nano)
kickstand
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Posted Fri Feb 25, 2005 7:15AM
P.S. as in "Post Script"

As opposed to "postscript" which is copyrighted by Adobe.
nano
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Posted Fri Feb 25, 2005 7:43AM
LOL, that's why I edited it, Ken! I wasn't sure where the poster was from and it might have been confusing... I deleted the entire reference I had to "Post Script"
And the inspector was going the extra yard to insert that note in!
sylvanworksCLOSED
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Posted Fri Feb 25, 2005 8:01AM
I've got a hunch, but I'd need to see the orignal image you uploaded to test my theory. Could you give me a link to that? I'm not telling till I can test it.

(I did not process that file BTW, in case you were wondering)
nano
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Posted Fri Feb 25, 2005 8:05AM
It was there, Rob but I think he removed the link. I had sitemailed him directly because I thought I figured it out...He might be off to edit!

I already deleted his image after I looked at it.
Jamesmcq24
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Posted Fri Feb 25, 2005 8:20AM

It was there, Rob but I think he removed the link.



it's still there, barryweirdo.com
sylvanworksCLOSED
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Posted Fri Feb 25, 2005 8:26AM
I think what is there is


This is the image (50% and saved for web to keep file size down a bit) I put the line on just now to divide it up into quarters as the inspector says the PS Symbol is 'upper right'.


I want to see the version that didn't go through "save for web".
bonniej
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Posted Fri Feb 25, 2005 8:53AM
Also downloaded the image from the link given. This is what I see (only scanning the upper right quadrent)...

on the wall.. behind the beige handle.. there seems to be something written on the wall.. looks like the numbers 65275.. or something similar.. it is very faint & looks like it might be handwritten

also right below the row of metal "teeth, and above/right of your hand drawn cross bar lines.. there seems to be a lowercase letter "e", looks like part of a logo that was not fully erased.

and on the metal teeth.. a black shapy thing.. thats tech talk..LOL



editied 'cause I still can't type.



(Edited on 2005-02-25 10:55:35 by bonniej)
zerocattle
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Posted Fri Feb 25, 2005 10:16AM
I'm interested to see what Rob thinks it is. All I see are metal shavings that you can easily see patterns in but aren't logos of any sort.

I looked at every area of this photo at 300% and there are no numbers? I'd love a screenshot of where you see the numbers (circle it?), Bonnie! Searching and searching and I just see a lumpy wall with cracks and stains.

The symbols (raising and lowering part of the machine) are standard to machinery, as are the measurement increments on the dials... ?
bonniej
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Posted Fri Feb 25, 2005 10:33AM
Suzanne--

I circled what i found in red.. three items ... although I don't think the writing on the wall is the culprit for the rejection.


screenshot

I am also interested in what Robs response.


edited to replace image with screenshot.



(Edited on 2005-02-25 11:11:44 by bonniej)
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