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Photo rejected due to technical problems

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Sep 02, 2021 Sep 02, 2021

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I am trying to upload few pics(first time I am uploading it here). I checked the pre condition of pic submissions follow the guildeline as per my undestanding but it gets rejected.

may anyone please help me to identify the gaps, I am expecting it to be its editing or focus issue

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Sep 02, 2021 Sep 02, 2021

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Hello @Sandeep Kumar5CAF , I think you are correct. Both photos apear to have too much blue in them. I also think the backgrounds (mountains) appear to have too much noise reduction. But maybe I am mistaken. In the second photo, the license number on the motorcycle needs to be removed.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Sep 02, 2021 Sep 02, 2021

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You have several problems here. Let me start with the technical issues on the first picture:

  • washed out colours due to noise reduction
  • chromatic aberration
    Abambo_0-1630585870608.png
  • artefacts due to sharpening:
    Abambo_1-1630585946155.png
  • Even with sharpening, the picture is not sharp. You have a very narrow window, if you miss the focus with your camera. Most pictures will be lost.
  • The white balance is wrong. Your picture is too cool:
    Abambo_3-1630586615399.png
  • The framing is not really great. Image composition is also part of the technical issues.

Your second picture has some additional IP related problems:

  • you need to photoshop the plate:
    Abambo_4-1630586715773.png
  • you also need to photoshop the helmet:
    Abambo_5-1630586763215.png

     

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ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Sep 02, 2021 Sep 02, 2021

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In addition to what Abambo said, you have a dist spot on your sensor. Look a bit up to the left of the mountain in your 2nd photo.

 

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The motorcyclist, which is the focal point of the composition, is not in sharp focus. 

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