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May 29, 2024 May 29, 2024

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hey guys i uploaded this on stock and it wasnt accepted , i was looking for any feedback from some experts so get my first  photo  acceptance

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Community Expert , May 29, 2024 May 29, 2024

I'm curious. Did you submit this image as Photos or Illustrations? This is an example of "close but not close enough" when it comes to photo realist images, which lie somewhere between real photographs and Disney-type cartoons.

 

I don't know the extent of your editing expertise, but I'd try re-doing this image with the same prompt until, hopefully, you end up with something easier to edit. I wouldn't tackle this one myself.

 

Stock pic 2 4MP.png

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Community Expert , May 29, 2024 May 29, 2024

The eyes of the man with glasses, even though they're partially obscured, don't appear to have been drawn correctly. The temple of the eyeglasses doesn't actually go behind his ear. His teeth are flawed. The hands of that man and the other man are merged together in a mess of fingers. The woman's eyelashes are properly positioned. Whatever she's got tucked under her arm was probably supposed to be a pad of paper but has somehow merged with her shirt...

 

Additionally, PNG file type should only b

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Community Expert , May 29, 2024 May 29, 2024

That's not a photograph.  Obviously, it's AI generated.  And you submitted a PNG file which is the wrong file type.

 

Your job, if you choose to be a Contributor, is to check AI for accuracy and correct mistakes before you submit to Stock. Are you able to do that?  Have you read the requirements in your Stock Contributor User Guide?

 

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Community Expert , May 30, 2024 May 30, 2024

First of all, it is an image. Not a photo. Second, it is obvious that you did not review the image close enough. There are alot of rendering mistakes. For instance, look at the buttons on his shirt.

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I'm curious. Did you submit this image as Photos or Illustrations? This is an example of "close but not close enough" when it comes to photo realist images, which lie somewhere between real photographs and Disney-type cartoons.

 

I don't know the extent of your editing expertise, but I'd try re-doing this image with the same prompt until, hopefully, you end up with something easier to edit. I wouldn't tackle this one myself.

 

Stock pic 2 4MP.png

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First of all, it is an image. Not a photo. Second, it is obvious that you did not review the image close enough. There are alot of rendering mistakes. For instance, look at the buttons on his shirt.

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The eyes of the man with glasses, even though they're partially obscured, don't appear to have been drawn correctly. The temple of the eyeglasses doesn't actually go behind his ear. His teeth are flawed. The hands of that man and the other man are merged together in a mess of fingers. The woman's eyelashes are properly positioned. Whatever she's got tucked under her arm was probably supposed to be a pad of paper but has somehow merged with her shirt...

 

Additionally, PNG file type should only be used for transparent images.

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That's not a photograph.  Obviously, it's AI generated.  And you submitted a PNG file which is the wrong file type.

 

Your job, if you choose to be a Contributor, is to check AI for accuracy and correct mistakes before you submit to Stock. Are you able to do that?  Have you read the requirements in your Stock Contributor User Guide?

 

Nancy O'Shea— Product User, Community Expert & Moderator
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i was looking for any feedback from some experts so get my first  photo  acceptance


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Then, please tell us all: what was the rejection reason? I guess quality issues as there are plenty of them.

 

First, your asset looks as it was a low-resolution image that has been upscaled a lot:

Abambo_1-1717100653534.png

Besides having this flat look for any excessive noise reduced and sharpened image, there are obvious details missing (hair), white borders (arrow). In addition you have geometric rendering errors (glasses).

 

Abambo_0-1717100629024.png

And then, you may explain what happened to this hand?

 

Check your assets at 100% and correct what you can correct. If you can't correct the errors, do not submit. Adobe stock is not about fast generative AI creations, without proper editing, even if too many assets did pass the quality check in the past.

 

 

 

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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That's AI (not a photo). And a badly rendered at that. I'm not going into many details as someone already pointed them out, but what in the construction world is that? The woman is holding God knows who. Those papers seem to be held by nobody. Just hanging there with the boys. Hands are a mess. Faces are full of badly rendered regions. You know that a part of creating AI images is to edit them right? You can't simply generate images and upload them. The concept of this image is good, but the quality is terrible. 

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I believe there are people who can't see or recognize such errors until they are actually pointed out. But they eventually learn to see them through practice and experience. As a former photographer aiming for photorealistic results, I was very happy with more than a few of those results when I first started experimenting with AI. Fortunately, Adobe didn't accept AI at the time, or I might have had assets rejected (or worse, accepted) that have since been relegated to the trash.

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