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  • p_nilly
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    How would I sharpen this up further? The original shot was sharp, I checked this. But since the ISO was high, I had to use a lot of noise reduction. My sharpening slider on Lightroom is already at 150. What else could I do?

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by p_nilly View Post
    Have these been overdone and at risk of contrast rejection anyway?

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    Yes, there are contrast issues (among others) for all three.

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  • p_nilly
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    Have these been overdone and at risk of contrast rejection anyway?

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by p_nilly View Post
    Would this be better, and if not, what do I need to do to fix it?

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    Probably as good as you're going to be able to get it due to the weather conditions, but still borderline at best I think.

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  • p_nilly
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    Would this be better, and if not, what do I need to do to fix it?

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by p_nilly View Post
    Would these shots need any improvements?

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    First ok for me; second has issues with exposure/contrast, noise, and oversharpening.

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  • p_nilly
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    Would these shots need any improvements?

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by p_nilly View Post
    Would this be sharp enough?
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    No.

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    Would this be sharp enough?
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by p_nilly View Post
    I got an overprocessing/bad post processing rejection on this photo, but I don't know why. Is it because I pushed shadows too much? And would I have been at risk of a contrast rejection anyway?

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    Editing halos are visible.

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  • p_nilly
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    I got an overprocessing/bad post processing rejection on this photo, but I don't know why. Is it because I pushed shadows too much? And would I have been at risk of a contrast rejection anyway?

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by p_nilly View Post
    Is this cropping acceptable or should I just crop as standard? (I wanted to include the shadow)

    And for the night shot, is white balance acceptable?

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    1. I suggest cropping tighter on right. Shadow doesn't really add much to the image, and you can crop closer without even cutting it.
    2. a bit too yellow, and also appears blurry in parts.

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  • p_nilly
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    Is this cropping acceptable or should I just crop as standard? (I wanted to include the shadow)

    And for the night shot, is white balance acceptable?

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by p_nilly View Post
    Looking back at some older photos.... Does this shot need to be centred? Or will it end up getting "too much/too little contrast" rejection?


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    Centering acceptable, though I would crop it a bit tighter on the right. Contrast is indeed an issue, borderline at best.

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  • p_nilly
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    Looking back at some older photos.... Does this shot need to be centred? Or will it end up getting "too much/too little contrast" rejection?


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