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  • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    Borderline on the first, but the noise is really noticeable on the second. You were shooting ISO400, which means the noise was totally avoidable on your part, so..
    I see, thanks, I recall I was using ISO auto when these shots were taken. ( first time using that camera)

    I’ll save 2 for personal, do you think 1 is worth an appeal or would it better with some noise reduction/ a decrease in contrast?

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    • Originally posted by ThatOneFish View Post

      I’ll save 2 for personal, do you think 1 is worth an appeal or would it better with some noise reduction/ a decrease in contrast?
      I'd accept the appeal, but couldn't promise the same from anyone else, so your call.

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      • Hello,may I have a prescreen please?
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        Thanks.

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        • Originally posted by ThatOneFish View Post
          Hello,may I have a prescreen please?
          1. soft, color
          2. borderline noise
          3. borderline centering
          4. soft/heat haze, borderline dark
          5. soft, noise, too far, borderline dark/contrast

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          • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

            1. soft, color
            2. borderline noise
            3. borderline centering
            4. soft/heat haze, borderline dark
            5. soft, noise, too far, borderline dark/contrast
            Okay ill try my chances with the borderlines and ditch the last.
            How's 1 now?
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            • Originally posted by ThatOneFish View Post
              How's 1 now?
              Still borderline soft/heathaze. Not sure more sharpening will help.

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              • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                Still borderline soft/heathaze. Not sure more sharpening will help.
                Alright, I'll give it a shot. May I have these pre-screened? I seem to be having trouble with color. ThanksClick image for larger version

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                • Originally posted by ThatOneFish View Post

                  Alright, I'll give it a shot. May I have these pre-screened? I seem to be having trouble with color.
                  First four images have issues with softness & noise to varying degrees. Last one would be ok for me.

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                  • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                    First four images have issues with softness & noise to varying degrees. Last one would be ok for me.
                    Thanks, I’ll submit the last and attempt to fix the others.

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                    • May i have a prescreen please?
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                      Thanks.

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                      • Originally posted by ThatOneFish View Post
                        May i have a prescreen please?
                        1-2 borderline soft/dark
                        3 borderline dark
                        4 noisy, borderline soft/dark
                        5 soft/borderline heat haze

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                        • https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7815421

                          Hello, this was rejected for overprocessed, although I did not use clarity, shadows, etc. Is it worth an appeal? Thanks.

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                          • Originally posted by ThatOneFish View Post
                            https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7815421

                            Hello, this was rejected for overprocessed, although I did not use clarity, shadows, etc. Is it worth an appeal? Thanks.
                            Depends if that rainbow effect is natural or not. Was it raining in the background?

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                            • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                              Depends if that rainbow effect is natural or not. Was it raining in the background?
                              Was raining the morning/ day earlier, it appears on the raw file too.

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                              • Originally posted by ThatOneFish View Post

                                Was raining the morning/ day earlier, it appears on the raw file too.
                                Well, if it wasn't raining, then maybe some kind of lens effect?

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