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    Hi all. I've been reading a lot in the forums and the website about pictures and so, trying to learn from mistakes from other people before uploading anything. I tried my first badge of pictures recently and got rejected for "bad quality". The thing is, what can I do about it? Because I am at a dead end right now, I don't know what can I do about that, and I want to learn to do it right. The info of the pictures is what follows: 230mm f/4.9 ISO 50 shutter speed 1/1000s and 1/1500s respectively. The original size was 12Mp (4000x3000) rescaled to the maximum allowed of 1280x720p. If we zoom the image of course it is pixelated. It is a 720p image. So I don't know what to do to get them sharp and clean. Any advice would be appreciated because I'm out of ideas. Thank you all have a great day.

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    Originally posted by Axel Vilar View Post
    Hi all. I've been reading a lot in the forums and the website about pictures and so, trying to learn from mistakes from other people before uploading anything. I tried my first badge of pictures recently and got rejected for "bad quality". The thing is, what can I do about it? Because I am at a dead end right now, I don't know what can I do about that, and I want to learn to do it right. The info of the pictures is what follows: 230mm f/4.9 ISO 50 shutter speed 1/1000s and 1/1500s respectively. The original size was 12Mp (4000x3000) rescaled to the maximum allowed of 1280x720p. If we zoom the image of course it is pixelated. It is a 720p image. So I don't know what to do to get them sharp and clean. Any advice would be appreciated because I'm out of ideas. Thank you all have a great day.
    1. too far/centering. Need to crop it much tighter.
    2. cut off and badly heat hazed. the latter is not fixable.

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