What are things that photographers fail to do before uploading photos

7 years 1 month ago #331309 by JD Imagery
I very rarely upload photos online, really the only place that I upload photos to, is my Facebook page.  And really I'm about to unplug my page with all the crap FB is up to these days.  I look at peoples photos and the one thing that get's me, is uploaded photos that have a crooked horizon.  I was just looking on Flickr and then even browsing the gallery here, and I came across a few images that horizons where way off.  

What do you think are the most common overlooks that photographers have when uploading their images?  I'm burning time today, so figure this might be a fun discussion to see what comes up.  


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7 years 1 month ago #331525 by StephanieW
Any sort of post processing really. When I'm uploading pictures to Facebook or Twitter I tend to do so diretly from my phone, so no processing at all. That seems to be how the vast majority of people do it. When I'm actually taking pictures with my camera and have time to sit down and fix them, though, that's a whole different story.

In addition to even horzons I'd go with just cropping in general. Sometimes there are odd things on the edges of frames that I feel like should have been edited out.


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7 years 1 month ago #331623 by Ben Mayer
I'm usually noticing backgrounds that take away from the main subject.  Or a telephone pole directly above someones head, better yet arms or legs chopped off at the joints from a bad crop.  


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7 years 1 month ago #331743 by Stealthy Ninja
Culling

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7 years 1 month ago #331965 by Joves

Stealthy Ninja wrote: Culling

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Yeah a lot of that is needed. The amount of things to point out on social media being posted brings out a vast list of failure.


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