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  • JWirl - Editing Advice

    Good afternoon,

    I need some help: I usually have no troubles with the quality of my pictures but somehow my camera sometimes produces halos arround the plane.
    Most of the time I don't see them on the normal picture but on the equalized version they are visible.

    Example 1, already had been rejected for "editing halos visible":
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    -> See arround the tail.


    Example 2

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    -> Some slightly darker/brighter areas around the body.


    The point is, those halos came straight out of the camera (7D MK2) and were not produced during post-editing.

    Two questions:
    1. Is that normal and if not, what do I wrong with my camera settings?
    2. Is there a way to remove those halos afterwards?

    I am open to any suggestions. Thanks in advance!!!

    Johannes


  • #2
    I had the same problem for a while. I don't know what camera you use, but I just went into picture control and changed the clarity setting to 0 and that fixed it. Other than that, make sure D-lighting is off if you have a Nikon camera, and don't use the shadows/highlights tool in photoshop.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by JWirl View Post
      Good afternoon,

      I need some help: I usually have no troubles with the quality of my pictures but somehow my camera sometimes produces halos arround the plane.
      Most of the time I don't see them on the normal picture but on the equalized version they are visible.

      The point is, those halos came straight out of the camera (7D MK2) and were not produced during post-editing.

      Two questions:
      1. Is that normal and if not, what do I wrong with my camera settings?
      2. Is there a way to remove those halos afterwards?

      I am open to any suggestions. Thanks in advance!!!

      Johannes
      As mentioned, easiest way to check is put all settings to zero, and the halos should be gone. If not, then it's not your camera. Typical in-camera settings that cause such halos would be things like Clarity or Vibrance, or De-haze.

      Originally posted by Michael Rodeback View Post
      Other than that, make sure D-lighting is off if you have a Nikon camera
      7D is a Canon product

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      • #4
        Thank you for your advice, I will try to reset those settings!

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