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Can I replace a photo?

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Message posted at 10/13/2012, 19:16:58 PM by Libux77
I saw my portfolio from a computer different from the one I usually use for photo-editing.

In particular I realized that the background of a photo is not black as I saw on my computer and I can see some blemishes I would like to remove. They annoy me

Can I replace this shot??? How to??

How to avoid the same situation in the future?

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Message posted at 10/13/2012, 19:35:10 PM by Dgmate
I think that if it is in your pending file, you can delete it and upload a new one. If it is in your online portfolio, I think you have to contact support
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Message posted at 10/14/2012, 05:25:24 AM by BCritchley - member is an admin
Upload new version and make notes for the editor explaining what has happened, when new one is accepted then and only then do you disable the original version.

You need to make sure your monitor is calibrated correctly so you see the colours and levels as they would appear when printed.

There's a chance you are calibrated correctly and the "other" monitor you viewed your image on is not calibrated correctly. Either way when submitting pictures with white or black/dark backgrounds it's always worth using the level slider in photoshop to push your image to the max light and dark, this is a good way to see blemishes or other issues in your background. Pretty sure some if not all reviewers may do this to review our images but this is just a guess.
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Message posted at 10/14/2012, 07:30:03 AM by Libux77
thanks a lot

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Message posted at 10/14/2012, 11:02:44 AM by Lauriey
I have also found that if I view my monitor from an extreme angle (look at it from the side) I can see the areas that are not quite black (or white).
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Message posted at 05/04/2013, 20:29:14 PM by Juliecwagner
Thanks! This helped me!
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