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Une de mes photos a été refusé par Adobe pour problèmes techniques

Explorer ,
Oct 04, 2021 Oct 04, 2021

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J'aurais aimé comprendre ou j'ai fait l'erreur dans cette photo afin de progresser , comprendre pourquoi elle a été refusé pour problèmes techniques (qu'est ce qu'ils entendent exactement par problème technique..) Merci à vous.

Ci- joint la  photo en question.IMG_9575.jpg

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Adobe Community Professional , Oct 04, 2021 Oct 04, 2021
Under-exposed shadows, over-exposed highlights and white balance are the obvious issues. 

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Adobe Community Professional , Oct 05, 2021 Oct 05, 2021
Non ! Même que le bruit augmente a ISO 400, ça n'a pas d'influence sur le piquet. La mise au point n'était pas optimale et l'optique n'est surement pas la meilleure.

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Adobe Community Professional , Oct 05, 2021 Oct 05, 2021
You shot at F18 & ISO 400 & 1/60 second. F18 is probably not the sharpest aperture for your lens, and it was probably not necessary to shoot at such a stopped-down aperture for this scene. Opening up the lens 1 or 2 stops would have allowed you to shoot at ISO100. You can Google the "sweet spot" for your lens, which will indicate the aperture at which your lens will give you maximum sharpness. If you were shooting hand-held at 1/60, you might have introduced camera shake. Finding the right apert...

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Under-exposed shadows, over-exposed highlights and white balance are the obvious issues. 

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OK merci 

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The photo is to soft.

 

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Peut-être que l'ISO choisi était trop élevé (400 )?..Merci

 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Non ! Même que le bruit augmente a ISO 400, ça n'a pas d'influence sur le piquet. La mise au point n'était pas optimale et l'optique n'est surement pas la meilleure.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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You shot at F18 & ISO 400 & 1/60 second. F18 is probably not the sharpest aperture for your lens, and it was probably not necessary to shoot at such a stopped-down aperture for this scene. Opening up the lens 1 or 2 stops would have allowed you to shoot at ISO100. You can Google the "sweet spot" for your lens, which will indicate the aperture at which your lens will give you maximum sharpness. If you were shooting hand-held at 1/60, you might have introduced camera shake. Finding the right aperture, plus using a tripod, will ensure maximum sharpness which is so important for landscape images.

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Explorer ,
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Merci ; votre réponse m'est précieuse , je vais noter les conseils que vous m'avez donné , que je peux appliquer et je referais cette photo...

 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Hi @francis fos ,

Your photo is out of focus and a little underexposed. Also if you examine the left edge of the wall at 200% you will see there is color fringing on the edge. I believe your F-stop is ok. You just needed to pay attention to focus and increase the shutter speed a bit. There should be indicators within your view finder that tells you if the subject is focus, and properly exposed. Always consult with these indicators. Also it is crucial to avoid camera shake at all times. 

Best wishes

JG

Photographer and Nutrition Author

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