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Je suis un debutant dans ce domaine de photographie et surtout montage et j'aimerais bien que vous m'aidiez par des conseils.

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Adobe Community Professional , Jun 04, 2022 Jun 04, 2022
There's not much to say.  This is a very poor image. The lighting is uneven, the composition is flawed. The colors are wrong (too much red).  The focus is not sharp, all details are lost. #1 Do not point your camera lens directly at the sun.  It's bad for your eyes.  And it will damage your camera's highly sensitive light sensor. #2 While you are learning, take photos during mid-day when the sun is directly overhead or slightly behind your shoulder. #3 Good Stock images begin with a good c...

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Adobe Community Professional , Jun 04, 2022 Jun 04, 2022
Hi @ism0_0ail , Here's what I suggest you do. First take a read of the Adobe Contributor Guidelines. Take a look on these tip to get your photo accepted. Here are some additional detailed tip that will help you understand what you need to do to get your files accepted. In addition I suggest you get some basic training from Ben Long courses on LinkedIn.

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There's not much to say.  This is a very poor image. The lighting is uneven, the composition is flawed. The colors are wrong (too much red).  The focus is not sharp, all details are lost.

 

#1 Do not point your camera lens directly at the sun.  It's bad for your eyes.  And it will damage your camera's highly sensitive light sensor.

 

#2 While you are learning, take photos during mid-day when the sun is directly overhead or slightly behind your shoulder.

 

#3 Good Stock images begin with a good camera.  Learn how to use and take care of your camera equipment.  It's a big investment.

 

#4 Take some photography classes and join a photography club where you'll get feedback from other photographers.

 

Good luck & have fun!

 

Nancy O'Shea, Adobe Product User & Community Professional
Alt-Web Design & Publishing ~ Web : Print : Graphics : Media

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Hi @ism0_0ail ,

Here's what I suggest you do. First take a read of the Adobe Contributor Guidelines. Take a look on these tip to get your photo accepted.

Here are some additional detailed tip that will help you understand what you need to do to get your files accepted.

In addition I suggest you get some basic training from Ben Long courses on LinkedIn.

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