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  • #31
    Originally posted by john1024 View Post
    Hi JP Forum

    I need help for understanding the halo. I got all my last submission rejection due to halo (Over Processed / Bad postprocessing, Visible editing halos.), https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7282543 .

    What I understand from the guidelines the halo appears a a result of too much sharpening at the edge. I took all the pictures at the same day, same lens (Canon 100-400) in RAW.

    Now I edited one of them (no sharpening, only adjusting the levels/curves iin Lightroom an exported. When I check again for dust there are the halos visible still. In the attachment I put the screenshot of the comparison from 'chek for dust with marks what my understanding of halo is) and the picture with no sharpening, only adjusting the curves.

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    thanks for helping me.

    john
    Halos can't just be produced ba sharpening settings. There are many ways to get halos, such as using D-lighting in some Nikon cameras, auto-adjusting features (auto-colour, ...), shadow/highlights in Photoshop, and so on.mbest would be to post here all your editing steps detailed.
    My photos on Flickr www.flickr.com/photos/geridominguez

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    • #32
      Originally posted by john1024 View Post
      Hi JP Forum

      I need help for understanding the halo. I got all my last submission rejection due to halo (Over Processed / Bad postprocessing, Visible editing halos.), https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7282543 .

      What I understand from the guidelines the halo appears a a result of too much sharpening at the edge. I took all the pictures at the same day, same lens (Canon 100-400) in RAW.

      Now I edited one of them (no sharpening, only adjusting the levels/curves iin Lightroom an exported. When I check again for dust there are the halos visible still. In the attachment I put the screenshot of the comparison from 'chek for dust with marks what my understanding of halo is) and the picture with no sharpening, only adjusting the curves.

      [ATTACH=CONFIG]24070[/ATTACH]
      [ATTACH=CONFIG]24071[/ATTACH]

      thanks for helping me.

      john
      Three most common culprits are de-haze, clarity, and shadow/highlight adjustments. Try setting all those to zero and see what happens.

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      • #33
        Thanks dlowwa and LX-A343

        Now I think i got the error, these time seems to be fine,
        https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7283370

        What do you think? It should pass without halo? Any other thing I have to pay attention?

        Danke

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        • #34
          Originally posted by john1024 View Post
          Thanks dlowwa and LX-A343

          Now I think i got the error, these time seems to be fine,
          https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7283370

          What do you think? It should pass without halo? Any other thing I have to pay attention?

          Danke

          John[ATTACH=CONFIG]24074[/ATTACH]
          As you already have it in the queue, we won't pre-screen it anymore.
          My photos on Flickr www.flickr.com/photos/geridominguez

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          • #35
            It was in the queue to make the halo visible. Now I deleted it, hope to receive your advice. I do not know how to check for the halo except than upload it to JP and tehn check for dust. That's why I uploaded it.

            thanks for your great help already.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by john1024 View Post
              It was in the queue to make the halo visible. Now I deleted it, hope to receive your advice. I do not know how to check for the halo except than upload it to JP and tehn check for dust. That's why I uploaded it.

              thanks for your great help already.

              [ATTACH=CONFIG]24075[/ATTACH]
              The easiest way is to equalize the photo in your photo editor. This one looks OK, no halos to see.
              My photos on Flickr www.flickr.com/photos/geridominguez

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              • #37
                Originally posted by LX-A343 View Post
                The easiest way is to equalize the photo in your photo editor. This one looks OK, no halos to see.
                Thanks, I found the bug in the editing.

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                • #38
                  May I ask you again for your pre-screning opinion:

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                  Thanks in advance for your help.

                  John

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by john1024 View Post
                    May I ask you again for your pre-screning opinion:

                    3 pictures from the former airport of Athen:[ATTACH=CONFIG]24222[/ATTACH]
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                    Thanks in advance for your help.

                    John
                    Obstruction on the first, and last a bit soft. Otherwise would be ok for me.

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                    • #40
                      Dear Community
                      I like to recive pre-screning advice: What could be an issue by following 4 pictures:
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                      thanks a lot in advance for feedback.

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by john1024 View Post
                        Dear Community
                        I like to recive pre-screning advice: What could be an issue by following 4 pictures:
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                        thanks a lot in advance for feedback.
                        First two bit soft, but generally ok; third looks like some kind of filter on the sky; last one heat hazed/compressed.

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                        • #42
                          Dear JP Form
                          Again I like to ask your advice vor pre-screening. Sometimes I see these nice pictures in the evening mood with sunglear and even sometime backlight. I really like these ones. That's why I want to ask you if any of the following pictures has a chance to get accepted.
                          What is the rule for backlight-sunset view's?


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                          Thanks in advance.

                          John

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by john1024 View Post
                            Dear JP Form
                            Again I like to ask your advice vor pre-screening. Sometimes I see these nice pictures in the evening mood with sunglear and even sometime backlight. I really like these ones. That's why I want to ask you if any of the following pictures has a chance to get accepted.
                            What is the rule for backlight-sunset view's?


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                            Thanks in advance.

                            John
                            1. contrast, noise
                            2. overprocessed, contrast, cut off
                            3. ok
                            4. vignetting, overprocessed, dirty

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                            • #44
                              Thanks dlowwa
                              In general: Sometimes I see parts of the planes cut off. What is the acceptable rule to cut off parts of a plane? Is the second adjustable to be accepted?

                              john

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by john1024 View Post
                                Thanks dlowwa
                                In general: Sometimes I see parts of the planes cut off. What is the acceptable rule to cut off parts of a plane? Is the second adjustable to be accepted?

                                john
                                No rule, just aesthetics and logic. Your image has the engine cut on the left, but a lot of empty space on the right - and yet still cuts the stabilizer. Not only does it look unbalanced, it doesn't make sense. If you're going to cut the stabilizer, why leave so much dead space? If you want all that space, why not include the whole stabilizer?

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