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    Hello!

    I uploaded my first photo and it got rejected. The rejection reasons:
    • Over Processed / Bad postprocessing
    • Too much noise or grain
    Here is the photo: Click image for larger version  Name:	P1220461-2.jpg Views:	0 Size:	683.5 KB ID:	1116856 I tried to improve it based on the rejection reasons. Here it is: Click image for larger version  Name:	P1220461-5.jpg Views:	0 Size:	470.7 KB ID:	1116857Is this newer version worth uploading?

    I would appreciate any advice on how to improve it.

    Thank you!
    Last edited by Adam122Fe; 2021-06-01, 12:38. Reason: Two words were missing

  • #2
    Originally posted by Adam122Fe View Post
    Hello!

    I uploaded my first photo and it got rejected.

    I tried to improve it based on the rejection reasons. Here it is:

    Is this newer version worth uploading?
    This would be rejected for dark (underexposed), overprocessed (editing halos), and compression/noise. You will need to completely re-process it if you hope to have it accepted. Without knowing the exact settings/workflow you are using, I cannot say how you would be able to remove the halos.

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    • #3
      Generally the halos are caused by using highlights or shadows, leave these at 0. They can also be caused by clarity and dehaze

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      • #4
        Thanks for your advices!

        I re-processed the image and tried to improve it according to the suggestions. From those settings that can cause halos I only used sharpening and some halos are visible. I tried removing the halos in Photoshop using the quick selector and repair it with the brush tool, but this way small parts of the aircraft could be cut off. Can you suggest any other ways of removing halos?

        Here is the re-processed image without halo removal: Click image for larger version

Name:	P1220461-8.jpg
Views:	24
Size:	457.0 KB
ID:	1117482

        Thank you!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Adam122Fe View Post
          Thanks for your advices!

          I re-processed the image and tried to improve it according to the suggestions. From those settings that can cause halos I only used sharpening and some halos are visible. I tried removing the halos in Photoshop using the quick selector and repair it with the brush tool, but this way small parts of the aircraft could be cut off. Can you suggest any other ways of removing halos?

          Here is the re-processed image without halo removal: Click image for larger version

Name:	P1220461-8.jpg
Views:	24
Size:	457.0 KB
ID:	1117482

          Thank you!
          No editing halos, but some very poor sharpening effects are visible.

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