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Oct 25, 2018

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Hi, I recently got this image rejected, for being "over-processed/noise"

I am new to this and would love to get an input as in what is considered good enough processing.

Thanks!

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Correct answer by ricky336 | Adobe Community Professional

Hello, I think you have too much contrast, and perhaps a bit over sharpened. You should only do a minimal amount of post-processing.

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another rejected image

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Oct 25, 2018

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Hi, I recently got this image rejected, for being "over-processed/noise"

I am new to this and would love to get an input as in what is considered good enough processing.

Thanks!

DSCF4738-2.jpg

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Correct answer by ricky336 | Adobe Community Professional

Hello, I think you have too much contrast, and perhaps a bit over sharpened. You should only do a minimal amount of post-processing.

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Hello, I think you have too much contrast, and perhaps a bit over sharpened. You should only do a minimal amount of post-processing.

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Greetings rodrigol1252704, This is a wonderful photo and all you need to do is follow ricky336 instructions. Adobe likes the primary photo to have very little post-processing because it allows the customer to do the post-processing work needed by them. Have a happy day. JH

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Hi rodrigol

In addition to the above advise, you also need to inspect your images at 100 to 200% magnification and inspect for all sorts of artifacts, including noise/grain so that you can make the relevant correction before uploading.

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Jacquelin

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