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Ablehnung aus technischen Gründen

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Feb 12, 2023 Feb 12, 2023

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Könnt ihr meine Reportage zum Hurrikan "Fiona" in 2022 bitte auch mal bewerten? Sie wurden von Adobe Bildredakteuren nicht akzeptiert (Qualitätsmängel) und ich habe nicht die geringste Ahnung, wieso!?!?!

Danke im Voraus.

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Community Expert , Feb 12, 2023 Feb 12, 2023

Trees are never big sellers, even when the quality is visually & technically perfect.

 

These are snapshots of random splintered and fallen trees. An insurance adjuster might like them but beyond that, I don't see much here of commercial interest.

 

Stock customers want professional images for use in commercial projects like posters, TV commercials, magazines, & merchandise.  If you were the customer, what would you buy these for?   Read these links.

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Community Expert , Feb 12, 2023 Feb 12, 2023

1. not in sharp focus

2. underexposed shadows

3. underexposed shadows, chromatic aberration

4. blurry, chromatic aberration, white balance issue

5. same as #1 at slightly different angle

These all appear to be snapshots straight out of the camera with no editing. ALL images require at least a minimal amount of editing before uploading to Adobe Stock. 

I agree with @Nancy OShea that these would have minimal commercial appeal. 

 

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Community Expert , Feb 13, 2023 Feb 13, 2023

The first photo lacks contrast, is slightly over exposed and not shrp. There are IP issues due to the names on the tombstones. Also, I do not think there is a commerical value.

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Feb 12, 2023 Feb 12, 2023

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Trees are never big sellers, even when the quality is visually & technically perfect.

 

These are snapshots of random splintered and fallen trees. An insurance adjuster might like them but beyond that, I don't see much here of commercial interest.

 

Stock customers want professional images for use in commercial projects like posters, TV commercials, magazines, & merchandise.  If you were the customer, what would you buy these for?   Read these links.

 

Nancy O'Shea— Product User, Community Expert & Moderator
Alt-Web Design & Publishing ~ Web : Print : Graphics : Media

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1. not in sharp focus

2. underexposed shadows

3. underexposed shadows, chromatic aberration

4. blurry, chromatic aberration, white balance issue

5. same as #1 at slightly different angle

These all appear to be snapshots straight out of the camera with no editing. ALL images require at least a minimal amount of editing before uploading to Adobe Stock. 

I agree with @Nancy OShea that these would have minimal commercial appeal. 

 

Jill C., Forum Volunteer

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The first photo lacks contrast, is slightly over exposed and not shrp. There are IP issues due to the names on the tombstones. Also, I do not think there is a commerical value.

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Bilder wie diese sind nur aktuell wertvoll, für die Tageszeitung. Eine Woche später hat niemand mehr Interesse an umgefallenen Bäumen. Das wäre anders, würde man Bergungsaktivitäten sehen. Aber auch dann müssen die Bilder technisch in Ordnung sein. @Jill_C hat hier die gröbsten Fehler benannt.

@RALPH_L hat auch einen guten Einwand mit den Namen. Panoramafreiheit gibt es bei Adobe Stock nicht.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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