As a remote editor for Dreamstime, I often come across perfectly good images that we cannot accept as royalty free stock because they include copyright and/or people, without valid property and/or model release(s). More often than not, these are unintentional and minor features of images that can be removed very quickly and effectively with Photoshop, or similar software, dramatically improving image composition in the process. Obviously, I’ve chosen to demonstrate how I deal with these... continue reading
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HDR pictures generated by Photomatix per se are not good enough for stock photos.There are three main defects that needs to be removed before it is of suitable quality, namely artefacts, high noise levels, and severe chromatic aberrations.These defects exist even when maximal effort have been taken in the capture (Part I) and the generation (Part IIA and Part IIB) to minimise them. But now there is a high possibility - more than 90% from my experiences - to improve its quality to an acceptable... continue reading
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