Posted Mon Dec 31, 2012 4:46AM
I have a picture that I submitted since October 2012, and that I refused each time for the same reason: "" The execution of isolation contains stray Areas That Are Either too feathered or rough ""
I had already been refused for this topic is a bit vast admittedly. But this time the inspector test really help me, since it is the fourth refusal and allow me to resubmit it each time.
So I've obviously made ??adjustments to each submission.
The content of the photo is an old toy box wood construction from the 1960s isolated on white background.
The problem is that there for me isolation is really good, but the edge of the wooden box is damaged (not linear) just as I took this picture because it is old.
I believe that the inspector thinks that the isolation on white background is not good, but it comes from the box whose edges are not smooth.
Is there a way to tell it to the inspector explained to him that it comes from the edge of the box damaged? Thank you ...
Posted Mon Dec 31, 2012 4:51AM
If you need to covey any information to the inspectors, you can add anything relevant to the image description box, when you upload. If you need any help with isolation, it may be worth opening a thread in the critique request forum, there are some pretty sharp eyes in there that you can make use of.
(Edited on 2012-12-31 04:52:09 by kelvinjay)
Posted Mon Dec 31, 2012 5:59AM
The critique forum is your best bet. You can explain to the inspector what you have done, but it still might not be accepted, and unless you are lucky you won't get any feedback beyond the standard rejection reason.
Posted Mon Dec 31, 2012 6:51AM
In addition it is as I said previously, one of the only times the inspector specifies the reason for rejection, what I find really cool and more productive
Posted Mon Dec 31, 2012 7:08AM
Yes it's nice when an inspector takes the time to give a more detailed reason for a rejection, but you can't always rely on it. Which is fair enough really as they only presumably have limited time to deal with each file, and it is intended to be a selection process, and not a learning tool.
Isolations can be particularly tricky to get right. As already said your best bet really is the critique forum.
Posted Mon Dec 31, 2012 7:15AM
I have found these articles listed in another thread about isolation helpful
Isolation please help!
Posted Mon Dec 31, 2012 9:36AM
The inspector did add a note to try to help you find the problems but they cannot send sample images to help point them out. If you are unable to see the problem areas, the critique forum is fastest. Someone will be happy to help you. Or you can open a scout ticket and get some detailed help that way
Posted Wed Jan 2, 2013 3:00AM
Thank you very much for the valuable advice, so I'll post a message in the critique forum ... Happy New Year 2013 to all ...