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Bild abgelehnt. Artefakten. Wo sind hier die Artefakten? Fakt ist, dass die graue Oberfläche aus Metall ziemlich verrostet ist, bzw. mit Patina Flecken bedeckt.
Anscheinend werden die Entscheidungen durch Roboter, die nach Mustern suchen und nicht von Menschen (Humans) getroffen. So langsam entwickelt sich eine gesunde Misanthropie nach so etwas...
Your sample photo is too small to help you show where the artifacts may be.
However, something to think about:
What is your ISO? If it is high, then this could cause problems.
Adobe say this about artifacts:
The most common artifacts problem is excessive noise, which causes the image to look grainy. Artifacts are often caused by a high ISO setting for images captured in low-light situations. Get to know the limitations of your camera. Most cameras are excessively noisy at ISO 1600, and some at lower settings.
To point out problems, can you post a larger sample.
Adobe have mentioned before, that real humans do look at each submission!
Thank you very much for answering my request. PLease find original photo attached. ISO 100 / F2.8
D.of F. 4.5 mm. By 180 dpi 56x42 cm
Very sharp, front objects are pretty good in focus... Bokeh just as it shoud be by 2.8 aperture.
That's why my anger...
Thanks anywhay and
All the best
Your photo is small, however, I can see a couple of reasons your work was rejected. The background is not necessary and could be cut out by you and the foreground is very small looking like you cropped the left shell spoiling its image for use by a buyer. The buyer does not wish to correct the errors in this photo. You will learn how to better present your work if you want to be accepted into Adobe Stock. So, as rickey336 suggested - do read the guidelines. Best regards, JH
thank you I have understood your message. It does not have anything to do with artefacts or ISO. I just wanted to shoot a little bit creative. But now I have percepted the wishes of potential customers. The less the better. And thank you for your advice to read the guidelines.
Best regards, George