Rejected by technical reason

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Feb 19, 2022 Feb 19, 2022

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Two photos were rejected for technical reason. Why? I thought both were sharp.

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Adobe Community Professional , Feb 19, 2022 Feb 19, 2022
Zoom in to at least 100% and you'll see that the first image has significant amount of digital noise and both had blownout hotspots.  

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Contributor , Feb 19, 2022 Feb 19, 2022
In addition to what Jill said, the histogram reflects underexposure and I think the photo is a bit dark.  I believe the camera metered to attempt to preserve detail in the ray of light shining down, but ultimately there was too much dynamic range to capture in a single exposure.  I actually think the photo can't out well for iso 10,000, but I want surprised to see a lot of noise at that iso either. Maybe try a tripod to keep the iso lower and exposure blending or hdr? I hope that helps!

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Zoom in to at least 100% and you'll see that the first image has significant amount of digital noise and both had blownout hotspots.  

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In addition to what Jill said, the histogram reflects underexposure and I think the photo is a bit dark.  I believe the camera metered to attempt to preserve detail in the ray of light shining down, but ultimately there was too much dynamic range to capture in a single exposure.  I actually think the photo can't out well for iso 10,000, but I want surprised to see a lot of noise at that iso either.

 

Maybe try a tripod to keep the iso lower and exposure blending or hdr?

 

I hope that helps!

 

-George Folster
Fine Art Landscape Photographer

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Thank you for your helps!

 

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