Foto rejected - need some guidance on the reasons.

Community Beginner ,
Jul 13, 2022 Jul 13, 2022

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hi,

i just started uploding my first fotos and this ones get rejected. It says rejected due to technical problems with foto which is very borad, can be quality, White belence, mega pixels etc. I am attaching both fotos here can someone help identify the issue?

 

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Community Expert , Jul 13, 2022 Jul 13, 2022

The 2nd image is blurry.  Almost nothing is in proper focus.  You need to work on depth of field.  

 

I suspect too that you will have trouble with intellectual property.  You need written permission from the porcelain artist/owner to use their artwork commercially.  While this may look antique, I don't think it is. I'm guessing it's a 20th century knock-off made to look like antique European porcelain.  So it's a problem.

 

I'll let someone else comment on the building.

 

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Enthusiast , Jul 13, 2022 Jul 13, 2022

Almost all of your images (including 4149 from your original post) have dust / sensor spots that need to be cleaned up.  A few of your images look underexposed and have a white balance / colour saturation issue where the colours don't appear natural.  I would also point out that with any of the images with recognisable people would require model releases and any of the business names / logos,  vehicle license plate numbers would need to be cloned out.

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Community Expert , Jul 13, 2022 Jul 13, 2022

The random street scenes with cars, people, signs and logos are never going to be acceptable for stock unless you collect model releases from every person in the scene, remove all logos, license plates, ads, building names, etc. 

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The 2nd image is blurry.  Almost nothing is in proper focus.  You need to work on depth of field.  

 

I suspect too that you will have trouble with intellectual property.  You need written permission from the porcelain artist/owner to use their artwork commercially.  While this may look antique, I don't think it is. I'm guessing it's a 20th century knock-off made to look like antique European porcelain.  So it's a problem.

 

I'll let someone else comment on the building.

 

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

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Community Beginner ,
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thank you.

interesting. porcelain is a mass produciton porcelan form shop window so not unique. but got the point.  look forward for more comments meanwhile got anouother portion of rejeciton. really puzzled what is wrong. here is what got rejected.

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Almost all of your images (including 4149 from your original post) have dust / sensor spots that need to be cleaned up.  A few of your images look underexposed and have a white balance / colour saturation issue where the colours don't appear natural.  I would also point out that with any of the images with recognisable people would require model releases and any of the business names / logos,  vehicle license plate numbers would need to be cloned out.


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Copyright attaches to everything. Mass production makes no difference. After about 100 years it passes. Adobe have extra rules. You must follow. Violations here include buildings, bar umbrellas, logos on buildings, posters, sunglasses. You also need many model releases. None of this is reported as "technical issues"; Adobe report only the first problem found. 

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The random street scenes with cars, people, signs and logos are never going to be acceptable for stock unless you collect model releases from every person in the scene, remove all logos, license plates, ads, building names, etc. 

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4149:

Many, many sensor spots. You did apply a vignette filter or your lens has a vignette problem. You also applied a filter to flatten out the blacks. Don't do that. Buyers can apply those filters easily, but they can't recover your edits if they need.

Look at the histogram, there is a clean cut off in the blacks area:

Abambo_3-1657792518922.png

There is also strong chromatic aberration visible:

Abambo_4-1657792624185.png

1161: Besides that nothing is in focus, you really face an IP issue here. You can photograph porcelain figures, but as they are the main subject and not only a decorative element somewhere on a commode, you will need a property release. You would also need a property release if it is a side element but custom-made art. And to add, the whole IP is soft science and Adobe tends to be on the secure side, so you may get an IP violation refusal, even when there is none, just because there could be one.

4185: Sensor spots as shown here:

Abambo_1-1657791454100.png

(there are many more!)

You will need to stamp them out. Easy, but it's a nuisance. You will need to clean your sensor!

Composition: piece of paper at the right.

IP violation:

Abambo_2-1657791547209.png

 

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Community Beginner ,
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Great Thank you. was not aware that filters/presets should not be applied to the picture. great feedback.

Any tips how to clean sensor, is it just in camera settings push for sensor cleaning?

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