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EXPOSURE PROBLEM

New Here ,
Sep 20, 2018 Sep 20, 2018

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Hi,

I received the message about the rejecting my images because of exposure problem. These are my images pls take a look. I do not understand why they said my image has problem exposure, If they have that kind of problem please explain it to me so I can avoid the same can be happened in future. Thank you

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Please review and give me some feedback

Thanks

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Advisor , Sep 20, 2018 Sep 20, 2018
Greetings halo2,Your photographs are well done and lovely. You send so many samples for this forum to review I must tell you to study more carefully the guidelines for contributors to Adobe Stock. Exposure is accountable for most of your rejections so do study these guidelines for future reference. Just a slight hint, I see photos 5 and 6 as coming the closest to acceptable exposure.  These two do not have extreme areas and need only a bit of exposure change. If you have Camera Raw on Photoshop ...

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Greetings halo2,

Your photographs are well done and lovely. You send so many samples for this forum to review I must tell you to study more carefully the guidelines for contributors to Adobe Stock. Exposure is accountable for most of your rejections so do study these guidelines for future reference. Just a slight hint, I see photos 5 and 6 as coming the closest to acceptable exposure.  These two do not have extreme areas and need only a bit of exposure change. If you have Camera Raw on Photoshop try looking at your photos and make adjustments to bring the photo into better exposure balance. Essentially do not use extremes that cause a photo to look unnatural or heavily colorized - natural look is preferred. Kind regards, JH

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For your images to have commercial value, we expect them to be:

  • Appropriately lit and exposed
  • Without visible noise or dust
  • Well-composed
  • Processed inconspicuously

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Sep 20, 2018 Sep 20, 2018

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I would prefer to comment image per image, so next time send one image...

  1. Great, but unsharp at the borders. If that is a creative effect... don't use it.
  2. Great image could get some contrast...
  3. &
  4. Colour modified pictures ... do not do that.
  5. OK, may be could profit from more contrast and an equilibrated histogram.
ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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There are two infrared images. So now I totally understand the rule of the images. Thank you so much

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