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razone de rechazo tecnicas

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Apr 11, 2023 Apr 11, 2023

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Me gustaria conocer las razones tecnicas de rechazo, disculpen solo habia mandado la ID de la foto, aqui estan:

 

Rana1_ojos_rojos_naturaleza_pura_21-22 PROCESADASRana_ojos_rojos_naturaleza_pura_22 MONTAÑA FUEGO-KATIRA_MG_4613-Editar.jpgVerano_aire_mar_cielo IMG_1381.jpg

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Community Expert , Apr 11, 2023 Apr 11, 2023

In the first image very little is in sharp focus, and the greens appear over-saturated. I didn't even notice at first that there was a frog in the image; he is swamped by the busy background. A much tighter crop is needed to drawn attention to the tiny frog.

In the second image, nothing is in focus, and the white balance is too blue. The image looks very pixelated when I zoom in even a little bit, so it's either very unfocused or you've uploaded a small resolution version here.

Hope this helps !

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Community Expert , Apr 11, 2023 Apr 11, 2023

Hi @cavigu ,

Both files have small amounts of color noise. Both files are out of focus. You need to adjust your f-stop correctly and make sure your subject is at a distance where you can focus on the entire subject. Also when shooting landscape do not try to focus on the far end, you'll end up with the forefront of your shot out of focus.

I suggest you participate in a course or read books about how to take beautiful pictures. There are some tips here that you can benefit from.

Best wishes

Jacqu

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In the first image very little is in sharp focus, and the greens appear over-saturated. I didn't even notice at first that there was a frog in the image; he is swamped by the busy background. A much tighter crop is needed to drawn attention to the tiny frog.

In the second image, nothing is in focus, and the white balance is too blue. The image looks very pixelated when I zoom in even a little bit, so it's either very unfocused or you've uploaded a small resolution version here.

Hope this helps !

Jill C., Forum Volunteer

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Apr 11, 2023 Apr 11, 2023

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Gracias por los consejos

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Hi @cavigu ,

Both files have small amounts of color noise. Both files are out of focus. You need to adjust your f-stop correctly and make sure your subject is at a distance where you can focus on the entire subject. Also when shooting landscape do not try to focus on the far end, you'll end up with the forefront of your shot out of focus.

I suggest you participate in a course or read books about how to take beautiful pictures. There are some tips here that you can benefit from.

Best wishes

Jacquelin

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