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Jun 02, 2020 Jun 02, 2020

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Hey everybody! I'm new here and french so excuse my english... 🙂
I want to upload some pictures but the first was rejected for "Technical Issues"..

I read all the subjects of "Rejected image" but I don't think my picture is unable to be posted..

 

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Jun 02, 2020 Jun 02, 2020
Hi Remimoty,  The file display a grainy halo around the edges as though it was over-processed; possibly over sharpen. There are dense black areas that causes lost of details in the shadow areas of the fruits. Zoom to between 100 and 200% to view for error. Best wishes JG

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Community Beginner , Jun 03, 2020 Jun 03, 2020
I would also say that your shadows are underexposed. The light meter on the camera used the large light background for exposure instead of the plant in the foreground. See what your camera manual says about this problem and how you can correct for it on your camera. There are multiple approaches and they vary by camera model.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jun 02, 2020 Jun 02, 2020

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Hi Remimoty, 

The file display a grainy halo around the edges as though it was over-processed; possibly over sharpen.

There are dense black areas that causes lost of details in the shadow areas of the fruits.

 

Zoom to between 100 and 200% to view for error.

 

Best wishes

JG

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I would also say that your shadows are underexposed. The light meter on the camera used the large light background for exposure instead of the plant in the foreground. See what your camera manual says about this problem and how you can correct for it on your camera. There are multiple approaches and they vary by camera model.

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