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  • #61
    Originally posted by PabloGlez View Post

    You can follow the vertical references in the roof, or maybe the whiteboard and the air conditioner.
    Using the whiteboard as reference:

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    Using the vertical parts of the roof as reference:

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    • #62
      Originally posted by trenchjp View Post

      Using the whiteboard as reference:
      As it will be for your own collection, will be your own decision.
      In case that it had the enough quality for be accepted in JP, IŽd choose the first one

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      • #63
        Originally posted by PabloGlez View Post

        As it will be for your own collection, will be your own decision.
        In case that it had the enough quality for be accepted in JP, IŽd choose the first one
        Agreed. Thank you for helping!

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        • #64
          Yesterday one of my photos was rejected for noise (https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8908131)

          I did some work and manage to remove most of the noise (see attached picture)

          However, this lead to a lot of compression in the sky:



          Most of my photos will end up with similar conditions of the rejected one because my camera is really bad. And yes, i've been shooting with the lowest ISO possible (100).

          What should i do? Upload with noise or try to remove it and hope for the best with compression?
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          • #65
            Originally posted by trenchjp View Post
            Yesterday one my photos was rejected for noise (https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8908131)

            I did some work and manage to remove most of the noise (see attached picture)

            However, this lead to a lot of compression in the sky:

            Most of my photos will end up with similar conditions of the rejected one because my camera is really bad. And yes, i've been shooting with the lowest ISO possible (100).

            What should i do? Upload with noise or remove it and hope for the best with compression?
            You can try uploading at the smallest resolution (1024pix), but that's a less than ideal situation. The unfortunate thing is chroma noise like this from a small sensor is going to show up more in strong dark uniform colors - like a deep blue sky. If possible, try to get a different background, as that might hide the noise a bit better, but other than that there is not much else that you can do.

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            • #66
              Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

              You can try uploading at the smallest resolution (1024pix), but that's a less than ideal situation. The unfortunate thing is chroma noise like this from a small sensor is going to show up more in strong dark uniform colors - like a deep blue sky. If possible, try to get a different background, as that might hide the noise a bit better, but other than that there is not much else that you can do.
              Thanks for the advice, i think i'll stop uploading until i get a better camera.

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              • #67
                Hey, dlowwa. I followed your advice and edited a picture with a resolution of 1024pix and manage to get a different type of sky this time (a cloudy one). Do you think this photo could be accepted or noise is still an issue?
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                • #68
                  Originally posted by trenchjp View Post
                  Hey, dlowwa. I followed your advice and edited a picture with a resolution of 1024pix and manage to get a different type of sky this time (a cloudy one). Do you think this photo could be accepted or noise is still an issue?
                  It's somewhat noticeable, but couldn't say whether it would be enough for a rejection.

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                  • #69
                    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                    It's somewhat noticeable, but couldn't say whether it would be enough for a rejection.
                    What about now? Is there any other issues?
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                    • #70
                      Originally posted by trenchjp View Post

                      What about now? Is there any other issues?
                      Don't see much difference, tbh. It's a bit soft/heathazed, but again, borderline on whether enough to cause a rejection.

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