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Exposure Issue? Technical Issue? Need help to optimize further submissions ;)

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Oct 25, 2018 Oct 25, 2018

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Hi

I've submitted a few of my images and got some weird reasons for declined images.

Following Landscape and the Sparrow where declined due to "Exposure Issues". Maybe the Shadow in the Landscape is too dark? But whats the problem with the Sparrow?

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And the last one... declined due to "Technical Issues", the Chess-Game:

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Advisor , Oct 25, 2018 Oct 25, 2018
Hello VraKoth, Yes, you are on the right track with the first photo so perhaps do some adjusting of contrast - exposure in shadow. The sparrow seems okay, a little strong in color, try to stay more true to natural colors.  One other strange thing - there is one stone behind the head of the bird that is glistening. Perhaps dampen that down a bit and resubmit. The chess set is a focus matter which is in technical problems area. Only a small center and foreground area are in tight focus. Adobe Stoc...

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Hello VraKoth, Yes, you are on the right track with the first photo so perhaps do some adjusting of contrast - exposure in shadow. The sparrow seems okay, a little strong in color, try to stay more true to natural colors.  One other strange thing - there is one stone behind the head of the bird that is glistening. Perhaps dampen that down a bit and resubmit. The chess set is a focus matter which is in technical problems area. Only a small center and foreground area are in tight focus. Adobe Stock prefers perfect, clean, clear, unenhanced colored photos. Print out the guidelines for stock contributors and follow them when submitting photos. Best regards, JH

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