The first image has a very noticeable sensor/dust spot in the sky. The second image is over exposed and has noticeable artifacts in the sky.
Thank you so much for your response, the first image do have a spot agreed but second image is truly original as both clicked by myself and have not done any edits so how can it be artifact in sky. Anyways your reponse helped me much to check more while uploading. 🙂 Thank you.
second image is truly original as both clicked by myself and have not done any edits so how can it be artifact in sky.
First because the camera does the processing for you and most cameras don't do an error free job on this. The keyword is not no processing, but correct processing. Correctly applied processing is correcting away the artefacts.
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Thank you i will surely check the links.
Read about digital artifacts here:
"Digital artifacts are unintentional, unwanted changes in photos that result from the inner workings of your camera. They can appear in both DSLR and point-and-shoot cameras and reduce a photograph's overall quality. "
Thank you i will surely check the link.
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