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exposure problems in a sunshine photo?

New Here ,
Jul 23, 2019 Jul 23, 2019

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this photo was rejected due exposure problems, but is a sunshine photo, it is suposed to be dark! some advice?

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Adobe Community Professional , Jul 24, 2019 Jul 24, 2019
arthurwsl  wrotethis photo was rejected due exposure problems, but is a sunshine photo, it is suposed to be dark! some advice?
No, it's supposed to have equilibrium in exposure. As ricky336​ says, your blacks are really to black.But there are additional problems: Your sensor has dust. That needs to be cleaned out (easy here)... Here is an other smirk which is much more difficult to edit out: It may be part of the picture's clouds, but it looks disturbing. I could not find the focus everything...

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Jul 24, 2019 Jul 24, 2019

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Hello,

Your blacks are too solid, especially in the bushes on the right side and for this type of photo. 

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Jul 24, 2019 Jul 24, 2019

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arthurwsl  wrote

this photo was rejected due exposure problems, but is a sunshine photo, it is suposed to be dark! some advice?

No, it's supposed to have equilibrium in exposure. As ricky336​ says, your blacks are really to black.

But there are additional problems:


  • Your sensor has dust. That needs to be cleaned out (easy here)...
  • Here is an other smirk which is much more difficult to edit out:

    It may be part of the picture's clouds, but it looks disturbing.

  • I could not find the focus everything is washed out. Did you noise reduction on this? The picture has been taken with ISO1600 but a exposure of 2000/s and an aperture of 9.
    ISO should be 100, exposure would be around 125, you could get down with the aperture if you want to push exposure.
ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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New Here ,
Jul 24, 2019 Jul 24, 2019

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thanks for the tips, about the dust and the exposure time, this picture was taken from inside of a moving car, the dust is actualy dirt from the car window.

appreciate your help guys!

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Jul 25, 2019 Jul 25, 2019

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arthurwsl  wrote

this picture was taken from inside of a moving car

That explains most of the parameters...

Enjoy your picture but it does not meat the quality level needed for stock.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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