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    I admit that I have never fully understood this because I have rarely had this rejection.
    Is there any guide on jp to help me?

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=9174874#

    I would not like to appeal also because I don't know what to appeal.
    I must specify that for a very long time my workflow has stabilized and for the unsharp mask I always use the same parameters: sharpness between 90 and 95 and radius 1.4
    The link to a rejected photo is just for example

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    Originally posted by mahagonny View Post
    I admit that I have never fully understood this because I have rarely had this rejection.
    Is there any guide on jp to help me?

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=9174874#

    I would not like to appeal also because I don't know what to appeal.
    I must specify that for a very long time my workflow has stabilized and for the unsharp mask I always use the same parameters: sharpness between 90 and 95 and radius 1.4
    mines always undersharppend i dont think ive ever had over sharpness yt

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    • #3
      Sorry, but because of my bad English I don't think I understand it well

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      • #4
        You can see the "zigzags" around reg letters and other edges - it means the photo is oversharpen. Try to avoid such efects.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by mahagonny View Post
          I admit that I have never fully understood this because I have rarely had this rejection.
          Is there any guide on jp to help me?

          https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=9174874#

          I would not like to appeal also because I don't know what to appeal.
          I must specify that for a very long time my workflow has stabilized and for the unsharp mask I always use the same parameters: sharpness between 90 and 95 and radius 1.4
          The link to a rejected photo is just for example
          As Tomasz says, you can see jagged edges on the cheat lines of the livery and also around the registration. The thin lines on the livery over-sharpen very easily so you need to try and reduce the effect as much as possible. Do you use layers for sharpening? This is one easy method by creating a layer, sharpening the layer, then use the erase tool to erase the sharpening on the lines. Also I'd look to reduce your radius to 1.0, which I believe means the sharpening happens in a smaller space. You might try also reducing the sharpness to say 50 and do multiple smaller passes, checking each time. I have had a few photos like yours where i've simply just given up and not uploaded it because I know it will get rejected.

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          • #6
            Thank you both.
            I will follow your advice and ... I will change the shot.

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            • #7
              Further to this, I just checked out my sharpening parameters in Photoshop, and the radius I use is actually 0.1, not 1. The amount is set to 50%. This might not seem a lot, but I do multiple passes of this. Most of my photos require about 3-4 passes on a 1600px photo depending on how sharp it has come out of the camera.

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