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Explorer ,
Jul 09, 2019 Jul 09, 2019

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Hello everyone

Discussing issues is a great way to learn for the beginners. Thanks for all the people that take a moment to guide the rookies.

I have this problem, one pic was rejected due to technical reasons, its blurred, actually I panned the image to get a (in my view) nice effect art wise intended. Is it possible to upload those kind of pics (and how if so) or are they out of scope for stock?

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ABSTRACT IF A SHRINE IN KYOTO 3.5.jpg

I will keep my try and error process until I get it better

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Jul 09, 2019 Jul 09, 2019

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Generally speaking images like these don't do very well. So rather not do 'arty' type photos for Adobe Stock.

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Ricky, good to know, thanks a lot

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Hi Wander-lust, The only way you will get this "artsy" photograph into stock sales is if you take it one or two steps further and brand it as Abstract Illustration. You will need to have Photoshop or something like it and then, if you know how to create a painting, run this through a filter or app that makes it something more than a blurred picture. Get rid of the white streaks, add color there. Try liquify - experiment with a small tool head, 30dpi. Careful not to overdo. Just make a pattern that is colorful and interesting. Take a look at several stock pictures of abstract designs. Have fun. Best, JH

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Hey thats a nice idea, thanks! Lets see what pops out

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Hi wander,

Joan's suggestion sounds interesting. Let us know the outcome after following her suggestion.

Best wishes

JG

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