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  • Riadh
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    D-lighting turned off, thanks for the hint

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Riadh View Post
    Can you please check this one?
    Would be rejected for soft, horizon, and overprocessed.

    Originally posted by Riadh View Post
    question: can the halo be fixed?
    If you reprocess the RAW file, yes. If you only have a jpeg, no.

    Originally posted by Riadh View Post
    Can you please chech this one too?
    Thanks
    Soft, and overprocessed.

    Hint: you're shooting with a Nikon. Turn off the D-lighting feature, and you may solve your halo issues.

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  • Riadh
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    Originally posted by Riadh View Post
    Can you please chech this one too?
    Thanks
    and this one, thanks
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  • Riadh
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    Originally posted by Riadh View Post
    Can you please check this one?
    question: can the halo be fixed?

    Thanks
    Riadh
    Can you please chech this one too?
    Thanks
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  • Riadh
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    Originally posted by Riadh View Post
    Thanks a lot. If no halos are visible when equilized that's ok?
    Thanks
    Can you please check this one?
    question: can the halo be fixed?

    Thanks
    Riadh
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Riadh View Post
    Hi , are these pictures correct now?
    Thanks
    No, same problems remain.

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  • Riadh
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post
    Correct, but they are easily visible in your photos without equalizing.
    Hi , are these pictures correct now?
    Thanks
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Riadh View Post
    Thanks a lot. If no halos are visible when equilized that's ok?
    Correct, but they are easily visible in your photos without equalizing.

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  • Riadh
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post
    1. horizon, overprocessed (editing halos)
    2. soft, vignetting
    3. overprocessed
    4. soft, blurry, vignetting, overprocessed
    Thanks a lot. If no halos are visible when equilized that's ok?
    Thanks

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Riadh View Post
    Hi!

    Can You please check these pictures?
    Thanks
    1. horizon, overprocessed (editing halos)
    2. soft, vignetting
    3. overprocessed
    4. soft, blurry, vignetting, overprocessed

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  • Riadh
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    Editing advice

    Hi!

    Can You please check these pictures?
    Thanks
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Riadh View Post
    Dear JP screener

    Do you think this picture can be fixed?
    Thanks
    Riadh

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    Please read the message left by the screener with the rejection to understand why it was rejected for overprocessed.

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  • Riadh
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    Riadh - editing advice

    Dear JP screener

    Do you think this picture can be fixed?
    Thanks
    Riadh

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