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Is it an identifiable property issue only?

Community Beginner ,
Feb 25, 2019 Feb 25, 2019

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I had this photo rejected. The property is not a publicly recognized property (general public). It certainly is private property. Are there other technical issues as well?  I came across this, on my morning walk. Thanks for taking the time to reviewFor review.jpg

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Adobe Community Professional , Feb 26, 2019 Feb 26, 2019
I don't see that much problems with a property release. It may pass, it may not pass.But there are technical issues: The image is not sharp and there is a lot of chromatic aberration.So I personally would give you a clean refusal on those merits. The sharpening can probably not be corrected.Unsharp (100%):           Chromatic aberration: (etc)In addition I see noise in the darker areas.

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Feb 26, 2019 Feb 26, 2019

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I don't see that much problems with a property release. It may pass, it may not pass.

But there are technical issues: The image is not sharp and there is a lot of chromatic aberration.

So I personally would give you a clean refusal on those merits. The sharpening can probably not be corrected.

Unsharp (100%):

          

Chromatic aberration:

(etc)

In addition I see noise in the darker areas.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Feb 26, 2019 Feb 26, 2019

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Thanks for your critique. I see what you mean. On the sharpness issue, there was a tangle of wires, that I tried to remove and that probably led to that. I am just beginning and appreciate your insight. Any suggestions on the chromatic aberrations. I had checked the checkbox in LR. What would you do differently? Any place that I can read up / YT. Would you not expect some noise in the darker areas especially when it is unevenly lit. My camera is a relatively basic one Canon 450D. Thanks again.

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Feb 26, 2019 Feb 26, 2019

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I think the moderator is right in his/her decision of IP. Even though it is private property, it is most definitely recognisable!

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Feb 26, 2019 Feb 26, 2019

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The camera is ok. It's not the best, but there's no problem with that. The lens is probably more problematic. I've remarked a huge difference with higher quality lenses.

The chromatic aberrations: If the automatic removal does not work, you need to go to the manual removal. Try to tweak it with the "Fringe colour selector":

I do not expect noise in darker areas except if they have been lighten-up. You should look at your pictures like a craft, not an artistic performance. It needs to be clean for stock...

That concerns also your editing work:

Unfortunately this is not clean!

There is no need to submit this picture. There are 100 reasons to refuse it.

I love it, because of the light, the framing and the situation. But it will never make it into Adobe stock, nor would I accept it for a photo contest. It will need too much post processing work, work that should have been put in before.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Abambo Thank you very much for your suggestions and comments. Very valid, and I truly appreciate the time that you have taken to analyze and offer suggestions. Most kind of you.
I now realize that far more effort is required than what I have put in. I was enthusiastic and eager to do something with a newfound hobby. I shall be more careful.

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