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  • #46
    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

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    Uuuuh.... yeah, indeed. I didn't spot that one. Thanks.

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    • #47
      Hello everyone,

      I got the picture below rejected for Over Processed / Bad postprocessing. What in particular is the issue here? I can see some slight halos, but I'm not sure whether they caused the rejection or I missed something else.

      Thanks for your help and best,
      marfi80

      https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8351728

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      • #48
        Originally posted by marfi80 View Post
        Hello everyone,

        I got the picture below rejected for Over Processed / Bad postprocessing. What in particular is the issue here? I can see some slight halos, but I'm not sure whether they caused the rejection or I missed something else.

        Thanks for your help and best,
        marfi80

        https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8351728

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        Yes, it is because of the editing halos.

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        • #49
          Hello everyone,

          I kindly ask for some editing advice:

          Over the last few weeks I got a couple of pictures of the same type rejected either due to Over Processed / Bad postprocessing or Contrast or both.
          Basically most of them are taken in front of a blue sky with good light conditions. Three recent examples are linked below.

          I didn't change my editing and as such I'm not really sure how to approach this. For the pictures below I can see some slight halos in terms of overprocessing. But I feel I got multiple pictures with such slight halos accepted in the past (maybe I was lucky then?). Also in terms of contrast the pictures have good light, no overcast, histogram (to me at least) looks good. But maybe I'm also completely misjudging the pictures...

          So as you see I feel that I'm doing something systematically wrong with the editing of such pictures, but not quite sure how to approach this. So I'm happy about any practical advise what I can improve here.

          Thanks and best,
          marfi80

          https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8367857

          https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8377233

          https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8377175

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          • #50
            Originally posted by marfi80 View Post
            Hello everyone,

            I kindly ask for some editing advice:

            Over the last few weeks I got a couple of pictures of the same type rejected either due to Over Processed / Bad postprocessing or Contrast or both.
            Basically most of them are taken in front of a blue sky with good light conditions. Three recent examples are linked below.

            I didn't change my editing and as such I'm not really sure how to approach this. For the pictures below I can see some slight halos in terms of overprocessing. But I feel I got multiple pictures with such slight halos accepted in the past (maybe I was lucky then?). Also in terms of contrast the pictures have good light, no overcast, histogram (to me at least) looks good. But maybe I'm also completely misjudging the pictures...

            So as you see I feel that I'm doing something systematically wrong with the editing of such pictures, but not quite sure how to approach this. So I'm happy about any practical advise what I can improve here.

            Thanks and best,
            marfi80

            https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8367857

            https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8377233

            https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8377175
            Yes, halos and weak contrast are both due to whatever processing you're doing. If you change that, your problems should hopefully be resolved.

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            • #51
              Yes, halos and weak contrast are both due to whatever processing you're doing. If you change that, your problems should hopefully be resolved.
              Thank you very much for your feedback, dlowwa.

              I changed some parameters on the processing / editing. This is the result with the same pictures and I kindly ask for some pre-screening for those. Thanks a million!

              Best,
              marfi80

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              • #52
                Originally posted by marfi80 View Post

                Thank you very much for your feedback, dlowwa.

                I changed some parameters on the processing / editing. This is the result with the same pictures and I kindly ask for some pre-screening for those. Thanks a million!

                Best,
                marfi80

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                Slightly soft and low in the frame, but otherwise should be ok.

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                • #53
                  Hello everyone,

                  I have one question about the possible cause for what looks like a weird artefact or so in the "check for dust tool" with one of my pictures.
                  Below the outcome from JP's "check for dust tool" and the original picture, which I meanwhile removed from the cue (due to this artefact and also too much halos).

                  What looks weird to me is the sudden change in color in the right part of the upper part of the picture in the "check for dust tool". Does anyone have an idea, what might cause this?
                  And would this cause a rejection (provided rest of the picture was OK)?

                  Thanks and best,
                  marfi80




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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by marfi80 View Post
                    Hello everyone,

                    I have one question about the possible cause for what looks like a weird artefact or so in the "check for dust tool" with one of my pictures.
                    Below the outcome from JP's "check for dust tool" and the original picture, which I meanwhile removed from the cue (due to this artefact and also too much halos).

                    What looks weird to me is the sudden change in color in the right part of the upper part of the picture in the "check for dust tool". Does anyone have an idea, what might cause this?
                    And would this cause a rejection (provided rest of the picture was OK)?

                    Thanks and best,
                    marfi80






                    Could be several things, like selective noise reduction of the sky and later sharpening of the whole photo, or (automatic) correction of colour or contrast. It does not look that bad to me, to me it looks acceptable.

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                    • #55
                      Originally posted by marfi80 View Post
                      Hello everyone,

                      I have one question about the possible cause for what looks like a weird artefact or so in the "check for dust tool" with one of my pictures.
                      Below the outcome from JP's "check for dust tool" and the original picture, which I meanwhile removed from the cue (due to this artefact and also too much halos).

                      What looks weird to me is the sudden change in color in the right part of the upper part of the picture in the "check for dust tool". Does anyone have an idea, what might cause this?
                      And would this cause a rejection (provided rest of the picture was OK)?

                      Thanks and best,
                      marfi80




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                      To avoid such a halos try not to touch the following things when editing: Highlights (keep it at 0), Clarity (at 0 as well)

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                      • #56
                        It would also be great, if you fixed many dust spots that I can see.

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