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  • Paul Stam
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    Yes the BXM was accepted, after I processed the photo again. I did it exactly at the same way as I did the rejected photo and nothing different.

    I think I was lucky with the screener the second time.

    Paul Stam

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  • arjenp
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    Originally posted by Paul Stam View Post
    Yes I had that problem on 22 decemeber too. Look at this Photo of HA-LOA.

    It was rejected for - JPG compression artefacts



    Paul Stam
    But was your BXM accepted? If that was accepted you have fixed it.
    The Malev reg. shows it the best.

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  • Paul Stam
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    Yes I had that problem on 22 decemeber too. Look at this Photo of HA-LOA.

    It was rejected for - JPG compression artefacts



    Paul Stam

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  • arjenp
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    Originally posted by Paul Stam View Post
    Omar, I did not sharpen at all, I only resized the photo


    And I had in-camera sharpening off.

    And I resize in steps, but the problem stays.


    Paul Stam
    Your last photo's were of december 22. Have you had these problems also on that day?
    It look likes the PH-BXM that you posted in this tread is accepted now.

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  • Paul Stam
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    Omar, I did not sharpen at all, I only resized the photo


    And I had in-camera sharpening off.

    And I resize in steps, but the problem stays.


    Paul Stam

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  • arjenp
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    Originally posted by Omar Alex Saffe View Post
    Paul, when did you apply sharpening ? before or after resizing ?
    He only resized it

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  • magic48
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    Originally posted by Paul Stam View Post
    I have got the same problem with this photo On the original sized photo there are no jaggies. When I only resize the photo you see jaggies.
    Try resizing in multiple steps rather than in just one. Play around with the number of steps used, you'll figure it out...

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  • LX-A343
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    I had the same, when I was shooting JPG. As soon as I switched to RAW .... no problems! Could also be, that you use some in-camera sharpening. If so, switch it off.

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  • Alex - Spot-This !
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    Paul, when did you apply sharpening ? before or after resizing ?

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  • Paul Stam
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    I have got the same problem with this photo On the original sized photo there are no jaggies. When I only resize the photo you see jaggies.

    The original size is 3413 x 2275 and 4,39MB.
    I resized the photo to 1024 X 683 and 477kB.

    How can I get rid of them?

    Paul Stam

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  • Paul Stam
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    Thank you for your advice/

    Paul Stam

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  • Hinkelbein
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    Originally posted by Paul Stam View Post
    I use "Helicon Noisefilter"

    Paul Stam
    Please don't.
    When you have noise on a particular place in the picture, you can use the select tool ("magic wand") and then apply Noise Reduction or Noise > Despeckle. Works perfectly for me.
    By selecting particular places you don't apply this tool to your entire picture, which can actually ruin your picture.

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  • arjenp
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    Originally posted by Paul Stam View Post
    I use "Helicon Noisefilter"

    Paul Stam
    On your Czech photo's the difference is large between with or without the filter. I think we can now say that the filter is the cause like Omar already said.
    I should try some different settings and ways of processing. And have a look on the filesizes after you finished the processing

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  • Paul Stam
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    I use "Helicon Noisefilter"

    Paul Stam

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  • arjenp
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    Originally posted by Paul Stam View Post
    When I do it in one step, I see no difference. Nevertheless photos of mine are regular rejected for JPG compression or artefacts.

    Paul Stam
    Do you use the Photoshop noise filter or other different program?
    You have to go trough everything looking for the cause

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