Betty LaRue Posted May 7, 2015 Share Posted May 7, 2015 I have fallen afoul of QC more times than I like since QC was tightened up. How I used to evaluate images all of a sudden seemed to be worthless. I think my biggest fault (not including missing CA or dust a time or two ) is looking at a suspect image, thinking, "Is it sharp enough?" Then deciding it is, and submitting it, when clearly it wasn't sharp enough by a gnat's eyelash. I've come to the conclusion that when I look at my images at 100%, if I immediately know it is sharp enough, it is. If I have to ask myself if it is sharp enough, why then, toss it. I have an idea I have been tossing some lately that would have passed, but I'm not willing to serve up meals in the Sin Bin to find out. And I need to quit falling in love with some of the images to the point I give them the benefit of the doubt. This morning, I looked over my submission again before uploading. I tossed 4. One had CA in upper right corner that I missed the first go-around, the rest I asked myself the question, and tossed them. I did have a scare this week. My images had been sailing through in 24 hours or less, but the small batch I uploaded Sunday didn't pass until Wednesday. I had already begun planning my menu. Whew! Betty Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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