rejected for compression or grain issues when shooting concrete or old stone. iso 250 no noise or retouching, is the stone throwing off the screening and what can i do about it.

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rejected for compression or grain issues when shooting concrete or old stone. iso 250  no noise or retouching,  is the stone throwing off the screening and what can i do about it.  thanks in adavnce

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Advocate , Mar 09, 2018 Mar 09, 2018
Hi,in this resolution you posted here is an analysis regarding noise and grain and compression errors not possible, I mean.Generally, the lowest compression level is always recommended when saving as jpg and when uploading your images to agencies.Note also that depending on which technical requirements your camera fulfils in terms of resolution and sensor, the quality of the stored jpg may suffer a lot of quality after image processing.Greets,v.poth

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Could you upload an image so we can see the actual what you are referring to? It would then be easier to make a better judgement.

And by the way, there will be some noise even at ISO 250 - but this would depend on the lighting conditions.

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i have had a bunch rejected in this batch and in others it always seems to be when there is stone or streets or concrete.  I always inspect the focus at 100 percent befor submiting anything

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Hi,

in this resolution you posted here is an analysis regarding noise and grain and compression errors not possible, I mean.

Generally, the lowest compression level is always recommended when saving as jpg and when uploading your images to agencies.

Note also that depending on which technical requirements your camera fulfils in terms of resolution and sensor, the quality of the stored jpg may suffer a lot of quality after image processing.

Greets,

v.poth

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Did you use JPEG to take this image? Looking at it at 100% or even greater - to me is has JPEG artifacts - it looks rather 'blocky' or 'speckly'.

For best results - if you don't do this already is to shoot in raw and do minor adjustments in raw editing software such as Lightroom.

Results are not likely to be so consistent if you shoot in JPEG. Also, I think because there is a lot of detail here - as in the statue, defects are more likely to show up. The reviewers do look at images carefully from what I have gathered since submitting, and this is quite a common theme.

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ok thank you 

ill try it again

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