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Explorer ,
Dec 29, 2021 Dec 29, 2021

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I get a photo rejected for technical issues. Can you tell me why and how to fix it. Thank you very much!

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Enthusiast ,
Dec 29, 2021 Dec 29, 2021

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Cool photo, but when you look at it at 100% magnification, you can see the noise throughout the fog.


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Enthusiast ,
Dec 29, 2021 Dec 29, 2021

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Also, it looks like you have sensor spots (small dark circles) throughout the image.


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Explorer ,
Dec 29, 2021 Dec 29, 2021

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Thank you very much for your comment. I use lightroom to reduce noise and remove senser spots. Is it better now?

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Enthusiast ,
Dec 29, 2021 Dec 29, 2021

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At 100% magnification, it is still very noisy and you missed a few sensor spots and artifacts.  I've tried to attach a small section to show.  Hopefully, I have done it correctly.

 

ZKJ02276-3-2a.jpg

 

In truth, I am not sure if you could even remove the noise whether the photo would ever be accepted because of the fog causing the soft focus.  But I still think it is a cool photo.

 

-Rob


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Community Expert ,
Dec 29, 2021 Dec 29, 2021

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Hello,

Your second attempt isn't much better I'm afraid. Zoom in to 100% and you can still see signs of artifacts - noise in this case - colour noise.

ZKJ02276-3-2-artifacts.jpg

You may have oversharpened this.

 

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Fog is usually best when applied to a technically perfect image in post-editing.  

There are half-a-million Fog scenes in Adobe Stock.  Compare yours with what's already represented.

https://stock.adobe.com/search?k=foggy

 

Nancy O'Shea, Product User & Community Expert
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