Posted Fri Mar 22 6:53AM
THIS IMAGE was rejected (resubmit) with the following note:
"**blotch in sky***
This image appears to be edited in a manner that has altered the context in which it was produced. This may include cropping, excessive processing, or the removal/addition of elements that can alter the accuracy or integrity of the composition or be deemed deceptive."
It was taken from the inside of the terminal building and the "blotch" in the sky and also in the center of the picture are reflections in the window. I deliberately did not remove those as I thought that was not allowed for an Editorial image. I also made a note in the description "Reflextion in the window of the terminal building." and also stated that the image was taken from the inside of the building.
Maybe those reflextions make the image unacceptable which is OK with me, but I am confused by the fact that it is a resubmit.
As this purely a question of editing of an editorial image I post it here and not in the critics forum.
Posted Fri Mar 22 10:01AM
Hi Britta, you are right about not editing the reflection for editorial submissions. This file unfortunately with the not so great light and the distracting reflection together should have been a no resubmit. Sorry about the confusion, could have been a technical glitch that happened during the inspection.
Posted Fri Mar 22 10:18AM
OK, happy with the explanation.