Here are some of the issues noted upon a quick examination:
1) very noisy and soft-focus
2) chromatic aberration is very obvious
3) underexposed, soft focus, chromatic aberration
4) underexposed, not in focus, noisy
5) not in sharp focus, chromatic aberration
6) not in focus, chromatic aberration, white balance problem
7) significant objectionable digital artifacts throughout
Hi @Zaki5E74 ,
They are all underexposed and excessively noisy.
The fourth one also has a white balance issue.
The fifth image has color fringing on the edge of the branches.
The sixth photo is out of focus and lack vibrancy.
The seventh image is a beautiful landscape capture. I like the composition.
To view the faults of the images please zoom to between 100 and 200%.
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too dark and too much noise is a good place to start.
0469: besides being out of focus, it also shows sensor dust and a white balance that is of. If it were of acceptable quality, you would need to submit a model release for the man represented.
hb: besides the technical issues (out of focus, chromatic aberration, contrast, noise), you would need model releases from all people in the picture. Why did you shoot such a scene at ISO 400? There was no need for.
riyadh sun: I do not see any value in this picture.
hb 2: underexposed, out of focus and noisy. Maybe there is also an IP problem, as it looks like there is kind of a logo in the image.
luzern: is missing blacks and whites in the histogram. If it were in focus, it could be saved with a small perspective correction and editing out the slightly disturbing light in front.
3705: even as a small image, it is out of focus.
0829: artefacts where you look at. It's not savable, but on your own social media account it will get countless likes…
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