Rejected Images Due to Technical - Need Some Feedback

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Hi, 

The following were rejected due to technical issues, any feedback would help...thanks!

Always view your photos at 100%. When you do, you can see that many parts of the photos look all smudged (loss of detail) due to excessive noise reduction or small sensor (cell phone camera).

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Rejected Images Due to Technical - Need Some Feedback

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Hi, 

The following were rejected due to technical issues, any feedback would help...thanks!

Always view your photos at 100%. When you do, you can see that many parts of the photos look all smudged (loss of detail) due to excessive noise reduction or small sensor (cell phone camera).

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Always view your photos at 100%. When you do, you can see that many parts of the photos look all smudged (loss of detail) due to excessive noise reduction or small sensor (cell phone camera).

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Hi Steven,

As was said details are lost. There is also a white balance issue. The photos are too cool. In addition there is also blue and purple color fringing on the edges of the branches.

Best wishes

JG

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In addition to what has been said: I would get the exposure down. You can do that by lowering your ISO.

If you select your pictures, be sure that they are in focus. You can't recover an out of focus picture with the sharpening tool.

Regards, Abambo
Hard- and Software Engineer and Photographer.

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