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a submitted photo was rejceted for technical problems. As the description did not contain any further details - may I ask the community for some advice, ideas, so that I can avoid issues next time and improve.
The text for the photo was: digital transformation - last envelope of a physical archive of x-rays to be disposed
Thanks, looking forward to your comments
Artefacts due to agressive processing, probably in camera because of the small sensor. I just took a small extract, but the problem is to be seen on all of the image. It's also missing detail on the black wall probably because of missing dynamics. With small sensor cameras like in phones, that is probably the best you can get. A nice document for the archives, but unfit for sale on on stock.
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many thanks taking the time and looking into that matter and providing me such detailed feedback, this really helps. It was in deed an iPhone 6 shot...
Take care, regards
The iPhone 6 camera is not the best... I'm also using an iPhone 6 and it makes nice pictures of the kids to send to the grand parents. They are not intended to be printed in size however.