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Adobe stock quality issues rejection

Community Beginner ,
Jun 06, 2023 Jun 06, 2023

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I posted this 2 days ago in adobe stock and they rejected it. I clicked it on my canon EOS 100D.

Can anyone tell me why it was rejected

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Community Expert , Jun 06, 2023 Jun 06, 2023

Hello,

It was rejected because of focus and exposure - it isn't very sharp and the picture is not correctly exposed. The composition needs some work as well.

User guide:

https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/user-guide.html
Exposure:
https://www.adobe.com/creativecloud/photography/discover/exposure-in-photography.html
Composition:
https://www.adobe.com/creativecloud/photography/discover/photo-composition.html

 

Also, there are gazillions of flower photos in the stock library, so don't bother wit

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Community Expert , Jun 06, 2023 Jun 06, 2023

Underexposed and unfocused as indicated by @ricky336. It would be a better composition if you excluded the distant background at the top and filled the frame with the purple flowers, properly focused and exposed of course. Nevertheless, you should be aware that Adobe Stock is absolutely saturated with floral images - more than 27.5 million - so yours would have to be technically perfect and unique in order to be accepted or ever sold.

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Community Expert ,
Jun 06, 2023 Jun 06, 2023

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Hello,

It was rejected because of focus and exposure - it isn't very sharp and the picture is not correctly exposed. The composition needs some work as well.

User guide:

https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/user-guide.html
Exposure:
https://www.adobe.com/creativecloud/photography/discover/exposure-in-photography.html
Composition:
https://www.adobe.com/creativecloud/photography/discover/photo-composition.html

 

Also, there are gazillions of flower photos in the stock library, so don't bother with uploading flower pictures!

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Jun 10, 2023 Jun 10, 2023

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Thank you

 

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Jun 06, 2023 Jun 06, 2023

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Underexposed and unfocused as indicated by @ricky336. It would be a better composition if you excluded the distant background at the top and filled the frame with the purple flowers, properly focused and exposed of course. Nevertheless, you should be aware that Adobe Stock is absolutely saturated with floral images - more than 27.5 million - so yours would have to be technically perfect and unique in order to be accepted or ever sold.

Jill C., Forum Volunteer

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Jun 10, 2023 Jun 10, 2023

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Alright...thanks a ton!!

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