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brak znawcy od zdjęć

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Apr 18, 2023 Apr 18, 2023

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No to juz jest chamstwo!!

wrzuciłem na stock zdjęcia z celowa nieostrością (kbokeh) a oni mi wszystkie odrzucili. Juz nawet nie chce mi sie tego tłumaczyć - buraki

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Community Expert , Apr 18, 2023 Apr 18, 2023

The pendulum swings both ways.   I think it's rude to offer blurry photos to paying customers who want crisp, sharp details they can use in commercial print projects.  Emphasis on commercial. 

 

Stock is not social media.  It's a business.  Stock customers expect highest visual and technical quality. Nothing less will do.  If you're new to Stock, read the Contributor User Guide.  There is much good information there to help you.   🙂

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Community Expert , Apr 18, 2023 Apr 18, 2023

From the Adobe Stock Help page:

https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/help/quality-and-technical-issues.html

Quality overview

"In general, images and video should be in focus and well-lit with no signs of artifacts. Vectors should be organized and filled shape paths should be closed. Some content may look great in an art gallery but isn’t ideal for stock. Before you upload content, ask yourself how it can be used commercially. If you were a customer, would you buy the image? If the ans

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Apr 18, 2023 Apr 18, 2023

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The pendulum swings both ways.   I think it's rude to offer blurry photos to paying customers who want crisp, sharp details they can use in commercial print projects.  Emphasis on commercial. 

 

Stock is not social media.  It's a business.  Stock customers expect highest visual and technical quality. Nothing less will do.  If you're new to Stock, read the Contributor User Guide.  There is much good information there to help you.   🙂

 

If you want feedback, post one or two full-sized images here along with the rejection reason.  We're here to help you.  We want you to succeed.

 

 

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

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From the Adobe Stock Help page:

https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/help/quality-and-technical-issues.html

Quality overview

"In general, images and video should be in focus and well-lit with no signs of artifacts. Vectors should be organized and filled shape paths should be closed. Some content may look great in an art gallery but isn’t ideal for stock. Before you upload content, ask yourself how it can be used commercially. If you were a customer, would you buy the image? If the answer is yes, think about what you would use it for."

 

Indeed, intentional blur is a very useful and often pretty artistic tool, but too much of the frame out of blur is not what Adobe Stock is looking for.

 

Feel free to upload a couple of samples of your rejected images here in full resolution if you wish the contributor community here to lend their opinions as to the reason for rejection. Sometimes it's not what you think...

Jill C., Forum Volunteer

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