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Community Beginner ,
Feb 05, 2023 Feb 05, 2023

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Hi, I have a simple question, all my photos that I uploaded similar to the ones I've attached weren't accepted for quality issues. This is frustrating because I wanted to upload more similar photos, photographed in similar lighting conditions, with the same camera, and I don't know what's wrong?

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Community Expert , Feb 05, 2023 Feb 05, 2023

Your first picture has an exposure problem:

Abambo_0-1675607024043.png

The histogram is missing blacks (left) and parts of the highlights and all whites. You have a rather high noise level and some chromatic aberration.

 

Your second picture has similar exposure problems:

Abambo_1-1675607190792.png

The histogram as shown creates a flat look with missing contrasts.

 

Your last picture's histogram:

Abambo_0-1675607705849.png

That leads us to the blue carpet. The histogram is really more equilibrated and needs only marginal tweaks. The noise level is, however, quite high. Ge

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Your first picture has an exposure problem:

Abambo_0-1675607024043.png

The histogram is missing blacks (left) and parts of the highlights and all whites. You have a rather high noise level and some chromatic aberration.

 

Your second picture has similar exposure problems:

Abambo_1-1675607190792.png

The histogram as shown creates a flat look with missing contrasts.

 

Your last picture's histogram:

Abambo_0-1675607705849.png

That leads us to the blue carpet. The histogram is really more equilibrated and needs only marginal tweaks. The noise level is, however, quite high. Generally, you should allow for a little more DOF.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Community Beginner ,
Feb 05, 2023 Feb 05, 2023

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hi ABAMBO, thank you for your answer, it's really helpful for me. So I'm wondering, if I make a correction, can I try to upload the photos to the market again? Is it possible?

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Feb 08, 2023 Feb 08, 2023

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So I'm wondering, if I make a correction, can I try to upload the photos to the market again? Is it possible?


By @Michael-buf


Yes.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Hi @Michael-buf,

Too much of the first photo is out of focus, it exhibits color noise and is slightly underexposed.

The second photo is not in sharp focus and is also underexposed.

jacquelingphoto2017_1-1675616810813.png

 

The third seem to be similar to the second and you added special effect. You are to keep your photos as close to natural as possible.

The fourth also has an exposure issue. The highlights seem to be too high and it too has a focus problem.

jacquelingphoto2017_0-1675616744937.png

Always endeavour to make the elements in the forefront of your capture in focus, otherwise remove it. You need to set the correct depth of field for your captures.

You will benefit by reading through all the information at Stock Contributor Learn and |Support, Creating Better Photos for Adobe Stock and these additional tips to improve you submissions.

 

Please note: The last link contain videos to LinkedIn Learn Photography courses one of which might auto-start when the link opens.

 

Best wishes

Jacquelin

 

 

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Thank you for your response Jacquelin. I appreciate it.

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You are welcome @Michael-buf .

Best wishes

Jacquelin

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There is something odd about the focus on these that I can't quite place my finger on.  As I look around the frame while zoomed in, there appear to be random blurry spots.  Were they taken with a macro lens or long focal length?  Maybe that's what @Abambo was talking about with the depth of field.  Including the metadata would be helpful for reviewing. 

 

On the wooden floor especially, I feel like every other plank is blurry.  But I also feel like my eyes are being deceived.  Would you mind sharing a bit about your equipment and settings?


George F, Fine Art Landscape Photographer

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Feb 06, 2023 Feb 06, 2023

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Hi George. About the equipment: Nikon Z 6II, Viltrox AF 85 (portrait lens, I know). Exposure: ISO 320/ 85 mm / F:1,8 / 1,30s. You're all right about sharpness, the problem is probably the use of f/1.8.

 

I wanted to thank you all for your help, I appreciate it.

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@Michael-buf 

Lots of rejections could signal dirty equipment.

When was the last time you did a thorough camera, sensor and lens cleaning?

 

 

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

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Feb 06, 2023 Feb 06, 2023

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Hi Nancy. I think it's rather something else. I have cleaned recently.

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Typically higher ISO settings will produce greater noise signals.  But some cameras with dual gain ISO will give better results at higher ISO than lower ones.  It's a finesse game and every camera is different.

 

Perform an equipment test. It's the first step in understanding your camera's limits.

  1. Find an object -- a toy, piece of fruit, anything you have on hand will do. 
  2. Place object on a solid surface in a well lit space.
  3. To reduce motion, mount your camera on a stable tripod. Use a remote shutter if you have one.
  4. Test camera equipment, from various focal distances, apertures, ISO and shutter speeds. Take notes.
  5. Compare RAW photos in Photoshop or Lightroom.  Examine each one at 100-300% magnification. 
  6. When done, you should have a range of settings that produce best results in your camera.

 

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

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Feb 07, 2023 Feb 07, 2023

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Thank you Nancy for your advice. I will do that.

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Feb 08, 2023 Feb 08, 2023

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OK I'm recving

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