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Hi there! Yes a newbie on board. I have an image that has been rejected for technical issues, which I'm fine with. Just maybe a little insight to improve and learn from. Maybe it's too blue...Maybe I just don't know what I'm doing.
And the original...
The technical issue is due to the fact that nothing is clearly visible. You need to be focusing on a subject that is clearly visible amid the fog. Hence you need to set the correct exposure when taking the photo.
The original, even though is a little under exposed, but not much to produce that white you have in the edited version. Corrections is what you should be doing with your photos. Therefore the finished products should be looking like the original, but with the necessary corrections.
In any case, the original seem to be out of focus.
Thanks for the insight. I'll keep that in mind for the next painting.
Personnellement je trouve que la photo que vous avez soumise est très belle et mérite d'être encadrée. Malheureusement le personnel d'Adobe Stock est éduqué pour rejeter toute photo qui n'a pas une mise au point précise et des détails très démarqués. Continuez à produire de telles images mais abstenez-vous de les soumettre.
Thanks for your kind words and it's fine it didn't get accepted. I will soldier on! However, it is a painting not a photo. I didn't use a reference photo so I don't even have that to post. 🤭:evergreen_tree: