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    Hello everyone, I would like to ask if these photos are acceptable, if not, please tell me the reasons for rejection, thank you very much.

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  • #2
    Originally posted by Qixuan Zhang View Post
    Hello everyone, I would like to ask if these photos are acceptable, if not, please tell me the reasons for rejection, thank you very much.
    Hi,

    1-2 soft, noisy
    3. overprocessed (circular banding in sky)
    4. overprocessed, soft
    5. soft

    These images generally do not have the quality to be submitted at 1920pix, so you might want to try a smaller size.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

      Hi,

      1-2 soft, noisy
      3. overprocessed (circular banding in sky)
      4. overprocessed, soft
      5. soft

      These images generally do not have the quality to be submitted at 1920pix, so you might want to try a smaller size.
      Thank you very much for your guidance!

      I have re-edited my picture, please give me suggestions again. In addition, I have some questions:
      1.How to judge whether sharpening is appropriate, sometimes I am rejected because of soft, and sometimes it is oversharpening.
      2.What actions will cause overprocessed? How can I avoid it? I only modified some basic parameters during operation, contrast, brightness, hue, cropping, etc.
      3.There are currently seven 1920pix images in my queue. Do I need to delete them? If not, is it possible to be accepted? Click image for larger version

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Qixuan Zhang View Post

        Thank you very much for your guidance!

        I have re-edited my picture, please give me suggestions again.
        Borderline oversharpened, with some noise & compression visible.

        Originally posted by Qixuan Zhang View Post
        1.How to judge whether sharpening is appropriate, sometimes I am rejected because of soft, and sometimes it is oversharpening.
        It is of course a subjective thing, but basically you want to try and get them as sharp as possible without oversharpening. Oversharpening is seen in jagged transitions, most often seen on areas with straight lines.

        Originally posted by Qixuan Zhang View Post
        2.What actions will cause overprocessed? How can I avoid it? I only modified some basic parameters during operation, contrast, brightness, hue, cropping, etc.
        Could be various reasons, but in this case, looks like probably vignetting correction.

        Originally posted by Qixuan Zhang View Post
        3.There are currently seven 1920pix images in my queue. Do I need to delete them? If not, is it possible to be accepted?
        Couldn't tell you without seeing them, but given how soft the ones you posted here were, I'd say it's likely they would be rejected.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

          Borderline oversharpened, with some noise & compression visible.



          It is of course a subjective thing, but basically you want to try and get them as sharp as possible without oversharpening. Oversharpening is seen in jagged transitions, most often seen on areas with straight lines.



          Could be various reasons, but in this case, looks like probably vignetting correction.



          Couldn't tell you without seeing them, but given how soft the ones you posted here were, I'd say it's likely they would be rejected.
          Thanks again for your guidance!

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          • #6
            Hello everyone, I want to know the problems with these two photos, thank you! (The second photo was taken at Beijing Daxing International Airport.) Click image for larger version

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Qixuan Zhang View Post
              Hello everyone, I want to know the problems with these two photos, thank you! (The second photo was taken at Beijing Daxing International Airport.) Click image for larger version

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              1. borderline contrast for slight overcast conditions
              2. ok for me

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              • #8
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                Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                1. borderline contrast for slight overcast conditions
                2. ok for me
                Thank you for your reply! I have uploaded the second picture and re-edited the first picture. Did my operation make the picture better or worse?
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Qixuan Zhang View Post
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                  Thank you for your reply! I have uploaded the second picture and re-edited the first picture. Did my operation make the picture better or worse?
                  Honestly, the difference is really marginal, so still borderline chances at best.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                    Honestly, the difference is really marginal, so still borderline chances at best.
                    Hello, I increased the contrast again. Does it meet the standard now? (If not, I will abandon this picture, because I know that asking for advice again will waste your time)

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Qixuan Zhang View Post

                      Hello, I increased the contrast again. Does it meet the standard now? (If not, I will abandon this picture, because I know that asking for advice again will waste your time)

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                      This would likely be a dark/contrast rejection.

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                      • #12
                        Hello everyone, I'm here for help again.

                        (First picture: This is a shooting location at Beijing Capital International Airport.
                        Third picture: Grass blocked the wheels of the plane. Will it lead to rejection?
                        Fifth photo: A line passed through the plane, but it was hard to see. Will it lead to rejection? )
                        And please point out other problems in my photos.

                        Thanks in advance!

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Qixuan Zhang View Post
                          Hello everyone, I'm here for help again.

                          (First picture: This is a shooting location at Beijing Capital International Airport.
                          Third picture: Grass blocked the wheels of the plane. Will it lead to rejection?
                          Fifth photo: A line passed through the plane, but it was hard to see. Will it lead to rejection? )
                          And please point out other problems in my photos.
                          1. should be ok
                          2. contrast too harsh
                          3. borderline overexposed
                          4-5 ok

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                            1. should be ok
                            2. contrast too harsh
                            3. borderline overexposed
                            4-5 ok
                            Does it look better now?

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Qixuan Zhang View Post

                              Does it look better now?

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                              1. still very borderline contrast
                              2. ok for me

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