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Help me to understand where I am faillling.

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Community Expert , Oct 11, 2022 Oct 11, 2022

Hello,

 

Your coffee beans are not very sharp, exposure could be better, and they also show signs of artifacts and noise:

 

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So, this photo, therefore, follows what is said in the rejection reason:

'...exposición, artefactos/ruido...'

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LEGEND ,
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Adobe gave you a reason, though it is not always detailed enough. Please tell us the exact rejection they gave for each picture, so we do not waste your time with wrong guesses. Thanks!

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They only tell me "Quality problems" 

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Hello,

 

Your coffee beans are not very sharp, exposure could be better, and they also show signs of artifacts and noise:

 

Screenshot 2022-10-11 095411.png

So, this photo, therefore, follows what is said in the rejection reason:

'...exposición, artefactos/ruido...'

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Thanks, sure I need to improve with my pictures.

 

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Let me assume, you used a tripod, you should set your camera to manual mode, focus correctly and avoid this harsh light. You would get a sharp image out of the camera that would need only little rework.

 

You probably didn't use a tripod and tried to compensate the movement blur with extreme sharpening and processing. That does not work.

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ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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In addition to the focus and artifact issues noted by Ricky and Abambo, I find the specular highlights caused by the harsh lighting to be quite objectionable. Softer lighting, perhaps a photo light tent, would create a more pleasing result. 

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It looks like some bluish led lighting or a direct flash. If the means are a little limited, flashing to the ceiling May help. Or, using a simple white surface (styrofoam or cloth or a white paper sheet) could do the job.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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