Demande d'explication du refus de cette photo, à votre avis ? Merci !

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May 22, 2022 May 22, 2022

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Adobe Community Professional , May 22, 2022 May 22, 2022
Hi @jossitbon , I do see some technical issues with your image.  I think "technical issues" was probably the reason given for the refusal.  It is very important to review your image at 100-200% magnification before submitting.  The reviewers will definitely be viewing your images at that magnification and on a large screen.  Many of the issues of any photograph can only be seen when you are viewing at actual size. Here is a capture of your image at 100% magnification.  There is a vertical l...

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Hi @jossitbon , I do see some technical issues with your image.  I think "technical issues" was probably the reason given for the refusal.  It is very important to review your image at 100-200% magnification before submitting.  The reviewers will definitely be viewing your images at that magnification and on a large screen.  Many of the issues of any photograph can only be seen when you are viewing at actual size.

 

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Here is a capture of your image at 100% magnification.  There is a vertical line running through your sky.  The sky itself is posterised - meaning the banding of colours in the sky.  The transition from the field to the sky has a definite dark line (halo) which doesn't look natural.  The field and plants are lacking any sharp detail and focus.  Overall, the image is too dark and underexposed.

 

It's a creative endeavour, but the execution needs improvement.  Ideally, stock images are well composed, appropriately lit and exposed, and processed in an inconspicuous way.

 

If you are new to stock photography, here are some resources that you might find helpful.

 

 

Best of luck with your future submissions.


Rob R, Photographer

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