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How to get a good compromise between digital noise and sharpeness ?

Karl-Eric LENNE 
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Joined in December 2014
Posts: 11
Posted 6 April 2018 - 09:21 CET

Hi everyone,

I always get my photos rejected because of two reasons : digital noice and main object not sharp (and also because of the JPG compression visible).

The last photo I got was this one : https://cdn.airplane-pictures.net/images/uploaded-images/2018/4/5/1044482.jpg

I got : "Digital noise is visible. JPG compression is visible. Photo lacks contrast. Main object is not sharp."

I don't know what to do.

(And this photo isn't that much processed)

Thank you very much for your help

Karl-Eric

Iain Ashmore 

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Joined in January 2017
Posts: 12
Posted 6 April 2018 - 09:52 CET

I am no expert here but I downloaded the image and out it in photoshop.

Equalising the image shows you the slight compression marks. The sky is also noisy the way to is.

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The way to fix this is ti ensure that you are saving your image correctly. I used to get very bad compression marks. My save workflow is: Photoshop - File - Export - Save For Web. Make sure you are saving at the highest possible quality. That the colour is SRGB and that Bicubic smoothness is checked.

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I do not resize for final output here I do that before I edit the image as that in itself can cause compression marks.

I have learned the hard way and went through a long phase of adding photos and them being rejected. I now only put images on fairly rarely because I am being very picky with the photos.

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