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  • J.Thort - Prescreening

    Hello,

    Do you think this photo is acceptable?

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    Edition procedure:
    1. Cropped it and set a 16:9 aspect.
    2. Straighten
    3. Check for dust in lens
    3. Auto settings in Lightroom and changed a little bit the exposure.
    4. Lens correction (Chromatic aberration and profile correction)
    5. Applied the auto settings in Sharpener Pro 3 and Dfine 2

    Thanks in advance,

    J.Thort

  • #2
    Originally posted by J.Thort View Post
    Hello,

    Do you think this photo is acceptable?

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    Edition procedure:
    1. Cropped it and set a 16:9 aspect.
    2. Straighten
    3. Check for dust in lens
    3. Auto settings in Lightroom and changed a little bit the exposure.
    4. Lens correction (Chromatic aberration and profile correction)
    5. Applied the auto settings in Sharpener Pro 3 and Dfine 2

    Thanks in advance,

    J.Thort
    Maybe a touch soft, and there is a bit of compression in the sky, but would be ok for me.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by dlowwa View Post
      Maybe a touch soft, and there is a bit of compression in the sky, but would be ok for me.
      The photo was rejected because of JPG Compression artefacts and undersharpening. How can I correct this? It's only sharpening the picture more in Sharpener Pro 3?


      Thanks

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      • #4
        Originally posted by J.Thort View Post
        The photo was rejected because of JPG Compression artefacts and undersharpening. How can I correct this? It's only sharpening the picture more in Sharpener Pro 3?
        Add sharpening, and save at highest quality setting. I am unfamiliar with that app/plug-in.

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