Hello, Can anyone give me feedback for these photos. Thanks, I don't understand why Adobe Stock is getting more demanding every day, I used to upload photos with my old camera with a bad lens and rejected little.
I don't understand why it tells me problems with artifacts, noise, and sensor quality with a nikon z6 and modern lens.
Thank you very much.
What was the rejection reason for each image?
Unless it's something extraordinary, I don't buy textures from Stock. Textures are easy to create in Photoshop with just a few clicks. No need to buy them.
Contributors are getting better. The quality and quantity of work is increasing. Customers expect higher standards. Nothing stays the same.
Each camera has it's quirks. Take a Nikon class. Look at ways of improving your photographic technique. Experiment with different settings.
Il y a de + en + de contributeurs, et d'ailleurs pas seulement chez stock. Il est donc nateurel que les exigances augmentent. Les logiciel de post traitement s'améliorent aussi. J'ai aussi ces problèmes parfois. Cela me permet de me remettre en question et de progresser. Une devise qui n'est pas si mal et pas seulement en photo. "Seul le meilleur est assez bon". Allez courage 😉
Merci beaucoup callegue..
Hi @Enol Carbajo,
The edges of the first photo are not sharp.
I also believe the texture images need a little more contrast.
I love the lady photo. However, it is not completely sharp.
Also, the hair has signs of noise. It appears grainy when zoomed. Below is the area of concern.
Thank you very much, your vision has helped me a lot.
A agree with @Nancy OShea , uploading textures these days is a waste of time. I wouldn't bother. The photo of the woman isn't very good - sorry. One thing that stands out to me, is that because you took this in strong sunlight and against a wall, you have created harsh shadows!