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  • #46
    Originally posted by Peter Lund View Post
    Given the fact that the last picture I uploaded got rejected for noise with a cloudy background I am wondering if these stand a chance ?
    Of OYKBM only one will be uploaded, just havenīt decided which one yet.
    1. yes, quite noisy. also oversharpened and borderline overexposed.
    2. blurry, contrast
    3. soft/blurry, contrast
    4-5. contrast, noisy

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    • #47
      Hi All,
      I have experienced that some of my pictures lately have been rejected due to noise because there are clouds on the picture.
      All the pictures below is shot with ISO200 which I have always used for the far majority of my pictures so I am honestly surprised that they are catagorised as noisy.
      I do know that noise isnīt the only issue on two of the pictures.

      Is there any good explanation why the clouds make them noisy ?
      Attached Files
      Best regards

      Peter Lund

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      • #48
        Originally posted by Peter Lund View Post
        Hi All,
        I have experienced that some of my pictures lately have been rejected due to noise because there are clouds on the picture.
        All the pictures below is shot with ISO200 which I have always used for the far majority of my pictures so I am honestly surprised that they are catagorised as noisy.
        I do know that noise isnīt the only issue on two of the pictures.

        Is there any good explanation why the clouds make them noisy ?
        Without knowing your camera settings and judging by the look of the noise I would guess it has to do with underexposed originals.
        My photos on Flickr www.flickr.com/photos/geridominguez

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        • #49
          I get where you're coming from. ISO 200 should always be a good bet noise wise. When it isn't I get a little upset.
          It's not clouds that cause noise. But when you bring up the shadows in post, a lot of noise previously hidden in the shadows is now exposed and distracting, and dark clouds are repeat offenders. If you use Photoshop CC there's a nice noise reduction tool under Filter>Sharpen>Smart sharpen. It's effective. Just don't use too much.

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          • #50
            Thank you all for the feedback.
            LX-A343 I am always running on auto, donīt have the skills to run in any other mode.

            Michael, thank you for your advise. With the recent batch I have used smart sharpening in stead of just sharpen.
            Best regards

            Peter Lund

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            • #51
              With the recent advise given I amjust finished todays batch and are wondering if they would stand a chance ?

              Attached Files
              Best regards

              Peter Lund

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              • #52
                Originally posted by Peter Lund View Post
                With the recent advise given I amjust finished todays batch and are wondering if they would stand a chance ?
                1. contrast, noisy
                2. dark
                3. soft/blurry
                4-5. similar

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                • #53
                  Hi Dana,

                  Does any of these stand a chance of being accepted ?
                  Only one of the Qatar Cargo will be uploaded, just not sure yet which to choose.
                  Attached Files
                  Best regards

                  Peter Lund

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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by Peter Lund View Post
                    Hi Dana,

                    Does any of these stand a chance of being accepted ?
                    Only one of the Qatar Cargo will be uploaded, just not sure yet which to choose.
                    1, 2, 4 - dark/harsh contrast, noisy. fixable
                    3. soft, borderline contrast. maybe fixable
                    5. contrast, oversharpened. not fixable.

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                    • #55
                      Thanks Dana,

                      I have now re-eidted the mentioned pictures and hope I got it right.
                      I am not a good when it comes to editing skills.
                      Attached Files
                      Best regards

                      Peter Lund

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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by Peter Lund View Post
                        Thanks Dana,

                        I have now re-eidted the mentioned pictures and hope I got it right.
                        I am not a good when it comes to editing skills.
                        1-2 overprocesesd (editing halos)
                        4 centering (too high), borderline contrast

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                        • #57
                          Hi Dana,

                          It is a bit of a long short, but would this picture have a chance of being accepted ?
                          I donīt have the original image anymore.
                          Attached Files
                          Best regards

                          Peter Lund

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                          • #58
                            Originally posted by Peter Lund View Post
                            Hi Dana,

                            It is a bit of a long short, but would this picture have a chance of being accepted ?
                            I donīt have the original image anymore.
                            Hi Peter,

                            The glare is a little bit disturbing on this one. It shows some JPEG compression artifacts too

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