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¿Adobe acepta fotografías de mi teléfono celular? [Previamente: Hola]

New Here ,
Sep 01, 2021 Sep 01, 2021

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Bueno pues yo no cuento con recursos suficientes cómo para comprar una cámara súper sofisticada y por eso las fotos salen así ya que han sido tomadas de un celular. Me encantaría que aceptarán mis fotos y me dieran la oportunidad de crecer. 🥺🙏

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Adobe Community Professional , Sep 01, 2021 Sep 01, 2021
While mobile phone cameras can take some nice images of certain subjects in perfect light, as a general rule they're not going to be able to deal with challenging lighting, moving subjects, dark areas, high dynamic range, etc. Your image of the dog is poorly composed, with unatrractive elements in the frame (the wall to the left and the piece of furniture to the right). It appears you used a flash which is reflecting in his pupils. You should have gotten down to the dog's level and not shot him ...

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Sep 01, 2021 Sep 01, 2021

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Les aseguro que si me lo permiten mejorare mis fotos.

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Sep 01, 2021 Sep 01, 2021

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Your photo needs to be more in focus. The bright areas should not be overexposed. You need to remove things from the photo such as the chair on the right side.

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Sep 01, 2021 Sep 01, 2021

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While mobile phone cameras can take some nice images of certain subjects in perfect light, as a general rule they're not going to be able to deal with challenging lighting, moving subjects, dark areas, high dynamic range, etc. Your image of the dog is poorly composed, with unatrractive elements in the frame (the wall to the left and the piece of furniture to the right). It appears you used a flash which is reflecting in his pupils. You should have gotten down to the dog's level and not shot him from above. The image is very noisy due to the limits of your camera and the dark environment. He is not sharply focused and there is very little detail in the fur. 
It is not Adobe Stock's job to "give you a chance to grow"; if you're interested in selling your photos, you must invest a considerable amount of effort (and perhaps cash) in selecting an appropriate camera/lens combo, learning how to use it well, and learning how to edit your images. There are many online training programs and tutorials that can help you in your journey.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Sep 01, 2021 Sep 01, 2021

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Hola @aggapr,

You are among fellow contributors and Adobe Stock customers.  Adobe Stock reviewers don't come to this forum.  

 

All images submitted to Stock are judged the same way.  Most Stock contributors use good equipment, tripods and lights.  They likely have more years of photography experience, too.  

 

Have fun!

 

Nancy O'Shea, Adobe Product User & Community Professional
Alt-Web Design & Publishing ~ Web : Print : Graphics : Media

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Sep 02, 2021 Sep 02, 2021

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Hi @aggapr ,

Your photo is very noisy - both color and luminance. 

There's also white balance issue and the edges are not sharp. This photo will definitely not sell. 

You can learn more about the limitations of phone cameras, and why it is not suitable for stock photography at https://incomepayout.blogspot.com/p/cameras-limitations.html.

 

A good compact camera is better to start with if you cannot afford a DSLR. You will have to select a good brand with the widest f-stop range you can find. And even then you will also need to be prepared to receive many rejections again because of the limitations. The best camera for stock-photography is DSLR. Also you will need a photo editor to make corrections to you photographs. Photoshop is a good one. I think there is a smart phone version on Google Play Store. 

 

To get your photo licensed on any platform you have to meet certain basic criteria. At adobe they are as at Tips for getting your stock photos accepted | Adobe Learn & Support tutorials. Otherwise, even if you find a platform that will take your photos as is without initially reviewing them, they will not sell and eventually the moderators will review and remove them to make way for good quality photos.

 

Best wishes

JG

Photographer and Nutrition Author

 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Sep 02, 2021 Sep 02, 2021

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The picture you present here has not been taken with a cell phone, but a cheap and outdated camera. Anyhow: whatever you use to take your pictures, the outcome needs to be perfect. If you have only a basic camera at your disposal, you do not have room for error.

 

Before investing in an expensive camera, however, you should be aware, that stock photography is not a way to become easily rich. Earnings will rarely cover the cost of the most sophisticated equipment. And as a second hint: the most expensive equipment does not make you a good photographer. As with all craft, there is a learning phase, where you will make errors and get rejections.

 

If you are new to stock, you should consider these resources: https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/tutorials.html
Please read the contributor user manual for more information on Adobe stock contributions: https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/user-guide.html
See here for rejection reasons: https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/help/reasons-for-content-rejection.html
and especially quality and technical issues: https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/help/quality-and-technical-issues.html

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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