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I've just had another photo rejected for noise. Photo taken on a Sony Nex 5N at ISO 400. Last photo to be rejected for noise was taken on the RX100, 5N has bigger sensor. What do you think ? https://postimg.cc/image/yam9zvrl7/
I've had another set of pictures rejected for Noise - and the only thing I can find that might be considered noise are black dots on the leaves of the Jak tree behind the rare and pin-sharp monkey. From picture to picture, there they are, the same black dots on the same position on the same leaves. So it's not my photo, it's nature. This isn't the first time I've had rejections for nature's imperfections, so what should I do: touch up the leaves to unrealistic smoothness?
Hi, I am new to this forum, so forgive me if this question has been answered elsewhere. I would like to know if the name of an image infuences QC? For example, I have some images that I have deliberately added a lot of noise to, and changed the colours, altering the hue. If I was to upload the image, I suspect it would just fail QC, but if I changed the name to 'noisey, grainy blue hue photo of buildings', for example, would the image be more likely to pass QC? Any advice on how to get 'these types' of image through QC is also welcome! Thanks