Please can someone tell me why my image has been rejected. Thanks 🙂
FYI, this was taken from a Parrot Anafi drone using a 3 photo Bracketed shot which I processed in Affinity.
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Thanks Nancy but that does not help me in this particular instance as what I am doing wrong.
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White balance is off. it is too magenta. The snow should be white. Secondly, the overall image quality isn't that good. When you zoom in you can see the image degrading a bit. Drone cameras and the sensors are small, so due to this noise becomes more apparent and the pixels tend to show more as you zoom in. Similar to smartphone cameras.
Also, the focus isn't very good.
I also assume the rejection reason was 'Technical Issues' - which these reasons would come under.
I was using some processing which obviously did not work as the picture pre-process is spot on. I wanted it to stand out a little more but appreciate this issues now.