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  • #46
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    Hello Sir,
    This thee Images are rejected for "Over Processed/ Bad Postprocessing".
    What's here the main reason for, and can i repair it?
    thank you
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    • #47
      Originally posted by Timberjack View Post
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      Hello Sir,
      This thee Images are rejected for "Over Processed/ Bad Postprocessing".
      What's here the main reason for, and can i repair it?
      thank you
      Looks like you've done a poor job of selectively editing the sky or aircraft, if I had to guess, the former for something like noise reduction. It's particularly evident on the last two. Did you try to mask out the aircraft while applying NR to the sky, or something similar?

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      • #48
        Hello, I'm just doing tue noise reduction in RAW- Converter only. Here are the same images i hope without noise in it.
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        • #49
          Originally posted by Timberjack View Post
          Hello, I'm just doing tue noise reduction in RAW- Converter only. Here are the same images i hope without noise in it.
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          Sorry, those look terrible. I think you missed the point. What I was trying to say was that what you're doing to try to remove the noise is causing the problems. Maybe try processing without attempting to remove any noise?

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          • #50
            Hello,
            i have watch an "youtube" Video about noise reduction. I hope that this once is now netter for you eys.
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            • #51
              Originally posted by Timberjack View Post
              Hello,
              i have watch an "youtube" Video about noise reduction. I hope that this once is now netter for you eys.
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              I see three images, all look the same, and all have the same issues.

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              • #52
                Okay, thank's for your feedback!

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                • #53
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                  Pre-screening please, thank you
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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by Timberjack View Post
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                    Pre-screening please, thank you
                    1. borderline (harsh) contrast
                    2. contrast, noise/compression. similar issues as above.

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                    • #55
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                      Hello, pre-screening please, thank you
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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by Timberjack View Post
                        Hello, pre-screening please, thank you
                        Blurry/oversharpened/overexposed/harsh contrast/compression on all of them. Sorry, quality is quite poor.

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                        • #57
                          Hello,
                          I have thee images in queue since 20 hours in screening, the were not acceped or rejected. Can you check the Problem.
                          Queue ID: 8554075
                          8554012
                          8554272
                          thank you

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                          • #58
                            Originally posted by Timberjack View Post
                            Hello,
                            I have thee images in queue since 20 hours in screening, the were not acceped or rejected. Can you check the Problem.
                            Queue ID: 8554075
                            8554012
                            8554272
                            thank you
                            Yes, you are under investigation for sharing photos with another account, after previously having been warned not to do so. Could you please explain how these two images were (supposedly) taken by two separate people? Thanks.

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                            • #59
                              Hello,
                              this is an image from my sons page, we go every time together airplanes spotten, we have both (father and son) the same camera. But we look that we have not the same images in database. Its similar i know but not the same image.
                              Regards andt hank you for answer!

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                              • #60
                                Originally posted by Timberjack View Post
                                Hello,
                                this is an image from my sons page, we go every time together airplanes spotten, we have both (father and son) the same camera. But we look that we have not the same images in database. Its similar i know but not the same image.
                                Regards andt hank you for answer!
                                Indeed not the same image, but as I said, how is it possible this was taken by two separate people, given that there are literally only two seconds between the frames? It does not seem reasonable that two people could be sharing a camera in such a short amount of time.

                                I look forward to hearing your explanation.

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