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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by cristian15 View Post

    Thanks for your answer.
    It's weird, because I've been using the P610 for over 4 years, and I didn't have that problem before. This particular photo was not taken with much zoom, as the aircraft was just over 100 meters from my position; I have photos that were accepted and that were taken from a distance of up to 500 meters, always with the same camera.
    Maybe it could be a bad setting in the save when editing, I will investigate.
    Lastly, when viewing the photo before sending it, how can I tell if it has JPG compression? because at first glance I can not distinguish it.
    Usually shows up in the sky or wherever there are hard transitions (sharp edges, straight lines, etc.)

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  • cristian15
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    Could be your save settings not being high enough (actual file compression), but I'd guess it has more to do with your camera. Mega-zoom bridge cameras like your P610 tend to have relatively small sensors in order to fit that massive focal range in a compact body, and as such sacrifice actual pixel quality. If you're not cropping too much or using the extreme ends of the zoom this usually won't show up, but in the case of your recent rejection(s) that's probably the most likely culprit, if you are in fact saving your images at the highest jpg quality.
    Thanks for your answer.
    It's weird, because I've been using the P610 for over 4 years, and I didn't have that problem before. This particular photo was not taken with much zoom, as the aircraft was just over 100 meters from my position; I have photos that were accepted and that were taken from a distance of up to 500 meters, always with the same camera.
    Maybe it could be a bad setting in the save when editing, I will investigate.
    Lastly, when viewing the photo before sending it, how can I tell if it has JPG compression? because at first glance I can not distinguish it.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by cristian15 View Post
    Hi.
    This is my first message in the forum, I apologize if I have any errors because I am using the google translator.
    Lately I have had many photos rejected for "JPG compression artefacts", something that did not happen to me in previous years. The question is, what am I doing wrong? How do I detect this when viewing the photo? How can i avoid it?. I attach the last photo that was rejected for this reason.
    The editing programs I've always used are Gimp and Photoscape.
    Could be your save settings not being high enough (actual file compression), but I'd guess it has more to do with your camera. Mega-zoom bridge cameras like your P610 tend to have relatively small sensors in order to fit that massive focal range in a compact body, and as such sacrifice actual pixel quality. If you're not cropping too much or using the extreme ends of the zoom this usually won't show up, but in the case of your recent rejection(s) that's probably the most likely culprit, if you are in fact saving your images at the highest jpg quality.

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  • cristian15
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    JPG compression artefacts

    Hi.
    This is my first message in the forum, I apologize if I have any errors because I am using the google translator.
    Lately I have had many photos rejected for "JPG compression artefacts", something that did not happen to me in previous years. The question is, what am I doing wrong? How do I detect this when viewing the photo? How can i avoid it?. I attach the last photo that was rejected for this reason.
    The editing programs I've always used are Gimp and Photoscape.

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