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    I suppose it depends on your definition of...

    I suppose it depends on your definition of properly exposed.

    To me, proper exposure means the camera is set up so that the image recorded looks exactly the same as it did to the human eye when it...
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    Thank you for the replies. You're both...

    Thank you for the replies.

    You're both correct in regard to the histogram.

    However, my point is that for a dusk / night shot the histogram should not be used as to do so would lead to a...
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    Night Shot Underexposure

    This image was recently rejected for being underexposed.

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7304935

    When I appealed, I received a sarcastic " did you take the time to check the...
  4. Thread: Dust Spots

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    Thank you for the replies. Do you believe these...

    Thank you for the replies. Do you believe these are visible to the naked eye? I struggle to see them using "equalise" when I edit the images.
  5. Thread: Dust Spots

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    Dust Spots

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7252471

    Can someone tell me where they are please?

    I can't see anything which shows up on Photoshop equalise and while imperfections are visible...
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    It would appear that Adobe Camera Raw DOES have...

    It would appear that Adobe Camera Raw DOES have NR turned on by default. Between switching that off and using dlowa's pointer about 16-bit tiffs it appears to have removed the banding. I'm not sure...
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    I just use the normal "save as" with quality set...

    I just use the normal "save as" with quality set to the maximum 12. I tried your suggestion and it does seem to reduce the banding. Thanks.
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    Whatever you've done has certainly improved the...

    Whatever you've done has certainly improved the image QG. I'm quite surprised at that as I would have thought that re-editing a saved jpeg would only make the quality worse.

    What process did you...
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    20020 That picture was taken with a Nikon D4S,...

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    That picture was taken with a Nikon D4S, which is a fullframe, professional sports camera. I doubt it would have made any difference had I used my D5 which is the newer version and the...
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    Jpeg Compression

    I'm starting to suffer a number of rejections for Jpeg Compression, which is unusual as normally anything that I'm confident of sails through screening. I earn money from sports photography, use...
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    I was going to appeal this photo, but as it ties up with the topic in hand I'll post it here. I don't post very often so apologies if I'm putting this query in the wrong place.

    This one just got...
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    Keep an eye on the histogram after every shot,...

    Keep an eye on the histogram after every shot, and if your highlights are blown reduce the exposure comp 1/3 stop at a time until that no longer happens.

    Or shoot raw which allows you to recover...
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    There's a strong red colour cast which can't be...

    There's a strong red colour cast which can't be understood by looking at a histogram.

    In simple terms, whites should be pure white, unless the picture is taken when the sun is low in the sky in...
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