rejection due to excesive post procesing and noise

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Dec 29, 2017

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Hi,

I recentrly submited to review some of my photographs, all of them was rejected, so I´m trying to figure out why.

I tink that these is one of the best of them but was rejected due to excessive post-processing and/or noise. I dont agree with that. Can someone give me a opinion?

Thanks

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I agree with the above post. The shot appears slightly under exposed. The contrast is a bit muddy and the flower isn't totally sharp.

Better luck next time!

Mat

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rejection due to excesive post procesing and noise

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Hi,

I recentrly submited to review some of my photographs, all of them was rejected, so I´m trying to figure out why.

I tink that these is one of the best of them but was rejected due to excessive post-processing and/or noise. I dont agree with that. Can someone give me a opinion?

Thanks

IMG_0818.JPG

I agree with the above post. The shot appears slightly under exposed. The contrast is a bit muddy and the flower isn't totally sharp.

Better luck next time!

Mat

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It is a beautiful Photo..... I Guess you had uploaded image as it is without doing any post processing.

What I feel is that the reviewer has zoom at reddish dark bokeh (out of focus areas)  below flower there something that is visible as noise and artifacts at 100% zoom.

I am also not a pretty experienced Photographer.  Just telling what I feel. If the brightness and contrast is increased to taste that should solve this problem. The darkness causing the visible artifacts a careful increase in brightness and a little contrast make these small artifacts almost invisible. and than you can also see it will be easy to see the now dark head of bee.

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I agree with the above post. The shot appears slightly under exposed. The contrast is a bit muddy and the flower isn't totally sharp.

Better luck next time!

Mat

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