EDITORIAL: London Underground - Critique

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CVMorgan
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Posted Mon Feb 18, 2013 10:09AM
Hi i stockers,


This is a reshoot due to the date and time being wrong on my camera.


A critque would be more than appreciated for this editorial image.  I noticed loads of CA and crudely sponged/de saturated it out.  Does anyone has a better technique ?


Clapham South - Underground


Thanks

(Edited on 2013-02-18 12:12:33 by kelvinjay)
kelvinjay
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Posted Mon Feb 18, 2013 12:17PM
Hi,

I think you should have another read through the Editorial training manual again. It makes it very clear that you absolutely cannot do such localised editing on editorial images. If you've managed to somehow miss that point, I worry what else you may have skipped, so do please have another read of it.

Here's a link to a thread that has all the relevant editorial links.

editorial manual and FAQ

If you have an issue with CA, you should be able to fix it with your raw processing software, such as Lightroom or Photoshop, and apply a global fix.
CVMorgan
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Posted Tue Feb 19, 2013 9:43AM
thanks for your advice.  Interestingly i submitted this twice before and it didnt get rejected for Localised editing.  Do you mesan the crop on the image?  thanks again
kelvinjay
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Posted Tue Feb 19, 2013 11:25AM
I'm referring to the CA editing you said you'd done with the sponge tool. Again, if you read the article it makes it very clear what you can and cannot do with regards to editing for Editorial. Local editing is anything done to any particular part of an image as opposed to global edit that affects the whole image. So you cannot use any local brush tools or the clone tool etc - the only exception being to remove a simple sensor spot.

(Edited on 2013-02-19 11:26:44 by kelvinjay)
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