Technical issues with images

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Jan 31, 2022 Jan 31, 2022

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Hey everyone,

 

Fairly new to this - just uploaded some pictures and it looks like they are all coming back with unspecified "technical issues". I've attached a few of them to this post - is anyone able to shed any light on why they've been rejected?

 

Thanks!

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Contributor , Feb 01, 2022 Feb 01, 2022
When you take macro-type photography you must make sure that the background is sufficiently out of focus, very little depth of field, a large diaphragm opening, and so that the lighting is not burned out, you may have to use a very blurred flash that illuminates the object well, but not the background, especially for this type of photos it is best to use macro lenses to be able to have advantages of speed and diaphragm, especially in insect photography

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jan 31, 2022 Jan 31, 2022

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Underexposed.

Focus problems.

White Balance is not neutral.

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Nancy O'Shea, Adobe Product User & Community Professional
Alt-Web Design & Publishing ~ Web : Print : Graphics : Media

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I'll take a look.

 

Thanks for this, clearly nowhere near as good as I thought I was and I have a long way to go. 

 

Apologies for wasting your time!

 

 

 

 

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In several of your photos there are also artifacts and chromatic abberation visible.

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When you take macro-type photography you must make sure that the background is sufficiently out of focus, very little depth of field, a large diaphragm opening, and so that the lighting is not burned out, you may have to use a very blurred flash that illuminates the object well, but not the background, especially for this type of photos it is best to use macro lenses to be able to have advantages of speed and diaphragm, especially in insect photography

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Thanks for the advice all! I'll take it all on board and improve for the future 🙂

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