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Pixelation Breakdown???

Thomas Ranner 

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Posted 25 April 2016 - 22:11 CET

Hi,

I uploaded a picture (you can see it below) and it got rejected. Reason: Too light in lights. Pixelation breakdown and banding in the sky. Lacks contrast.

I don't really see banding but thats not the problem. What the f*** is pixelation breakdown? I have never heard of something like this before...

Can someon describe what this is and how to avoid it? Thanks!

Best regards

Thomas

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KevinR 

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Joined in December 2015
Posts: 25
Posted 26 April 2016 - 20:12 CET

I don't know eather what it means, but if I need to say what I think it's, that it's a bit to bright, and you can't see the blades in good conditions anymore.

I hope for you that a screener can respond for you and explain what's going on.

Ray Abela 

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Joined in July 2009
Posts: 357
Posted 27 April 2016 - 08:43 CET

The breakdown into grid squares of a photograph when it has been enlarged beyond its pixel capacity.

Thomas Ranner 

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Joined in September 2014
Posts: 62
Posted 27 April 2016 - 22:56 CET

Thanks Ray! Strange that it appears as i only resized the picture one time from the original size to 1024px... Maybe too much noise reduction also causes this problem...

Darryl Morrell 

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Joined in August 2008
Posts: 144
Posted 28 April 2016 - 19:19 CET

too much NR can cause this problem, try denoising before reducing size and before sharpening, thats what i always do

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