Bild mit natürlichem Hintergrund (komplett unscharf) - wird als unscharf abgelehnt

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Bild mit natürlichem Hintergrund (komplett unscharf)

-> wird als unscharf abgelehnt.

Kann man der Maschine die hier pürft sagen, das das so sein soll!?!

Danke für eure Hilfe

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Adobe Community Professional , Nov 23, 2021 Nov 23, 2021
@astrosoft, It takes  2 seconds in Photoshop to make a blurred background.  As a Stock customer, I wouldn't be tempted to pay money for this when I can easily do it myself for free.   Stock customers come here expecting professional quality stock imagery for use in commercial projects.  Besides, Stock's database already contains 14+ million really great abstract backgrounds.

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Is that the whole image exactly as you submitted it?

 

In any case, you don't actually know it's been rejected because of the blurred background, as Adobe Stock rejects for "technical issues" and doesn't say what specifically is technically wrong in any given picture.

For me, it's too noisy:

MNiessenPhoto_0-1637671049845.png

Hope that helps,

Michael

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Hello @astrosoft , the photos are reviewed ny persons.

If you view your photo at 400% you can see compression artifacts.

Do some noise reduction to remove them.

(the lighter pixels seen below)

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ok, thanx, can do.


Anyway it's an ISO 100 picture with an Canon EOS 5d Mk IV.


Might not get much better quality from an current camera without "tweaks".


But... again thanx for your hint!


astrosoft

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Die Bildmoderation wird von Menschen gemacht. Und man kann denen nicht sagen, was das soll.

 

Man kann natürlich darüber streiten, ob ein solches Bild in die Stockdatenbank gehört und ob es kommerziell verwertbar ist. Der Moderator scheint der Meinung zu sein, dass dies nicht der Fall ist und hat es abgelehnt.

 

 

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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@astrosoft,

It takes  2 seconds in Photoshop to make a blurred background.  As a Stock customer, I wouldn't be tempted to pay money for this when I can easily do it myself for free.   Stock customers come here expecting professional quality stock imagery for use in commercial projects.  Besides, Stock's database already contains 14+ million really great abstract backgrounds.

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Nancy O'Shea, Adobe Product User & Community Professional
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