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Images rejected - tech issues

Community Beginner ,
Aug 13, 2021 Aug 13, 2021

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Hello everyone,  

May I ask for your critical feedback on my 4 pictures that were rejected for technical issues...? 

I'm so excited to be here in a first place and I'm happy to learn and improve my work. 

Many thanks in advance. 

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Adobe Community Professional , Aug 13, 2021 Aug 13, 2021
You come here with a good attitude - you want to learn and improve !   The first image is not sharply focused. Getting moving birds in sharp focus requires a high shutter speed and steady hand. The second image is also not sharply focused. Zoom in to at least 100% and you'll see the issue. It's also over-saturated; that shade of pink looks quite unnatural. The third image also has a focus problem, under-exposed in the shadows, chromatic aberration along the edge of some clouds and leaves, and ...

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Aug 13, 2021 Aug 13, 2021

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You come here with a good attitude - you want to learn and improve !  

 

The first image is not sharply focused. Getting moving birds in sharp focus requires a high shutter speed and steady hand.

The second image is also not sharply focused. Zoom in to at least 100% and you'll see the issue. It's also over-saturated; that shade of pink looks quite unnatural.

The third image also has a focus problem, under-exposed in the shadows, chromatic aberration along the edge of some clouds and leaves, and the verticals need to be straightened.

The fourth image is quite over-processed, under-exposed, DOF is too shallow, and horizon is leaning.

 

They are all interesting subjects, however, and if you can nail the focus in-camera and employ some more subtle post-processing skills they could all be saleable.

 

 

 

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Thank you so much for the information, also much appreciate detailed explanation. It's good to hear from a professional and to know what I am doing wrong so I can pay attention in the future. I got other photos accepted which is great. 

I'll keep learning and improving, that's why we are all here I guess to learn from each other.

Cheers! 

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Hi @Davor_V ,

Just to add: all the files post here are over-saturated and the fourth file also has a white balance issue. It carries a blue cast.

Best wishes

JG

Photographer and nutrition Author

 

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Thank you for your comment, I've learned few things today! 

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