I posted some photos taken with iPhone 13 Pro but all of them were rejected. Is it because photos taken with smartphones unnacceptable?
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No. It is possible for a professional to get world class stock photography with an iPhone. But it requires a lot of skill to overcome the limitations of the camera, and very careful choice of subject. It needs very careful diligence to check the photos at 200% to look for artifacts and other limitations, and learn to avoid or repair.
If you would like the Community to provide advice on the rejected image(s), please post a sample or two.
thank you. rejected photos are as follows.
please note that i'm amateur and not professional.
Eu penso que o problema não está no facto das fotos terem sido tiradas com um Iphone, mas sim no assunto das fotos... Eu tenho várias fotos aceites tiradas com um huawei p40 pro
You don't have to be a professional; many stock photographers are not. But you do need to be able to create world class commercial stock photography, and to understand all the technical terms and requirements. Adobe will do nothing to help you learn or improve, they would rather discourage people who are not ready yet. But stick with it. I like your staging.
Regardless of your equipment, all photos are judged by the same criteria including focus, light, color balance, a good subject, depth-of-field, and free of unsightly artifacts.
Read the Contributor User Guide carefully. Consider joining a photography club.