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Guidance on Rejection reason for the below AI Generated images - 2

Community Beginner ,
Sep 15, 2023 Sep 15, 2023

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Hi!

 

I uploaded one image approximately 14 days ago, and they weren't approved. However, it was rejected. Could someone provide insights or guidance on the problem with this pictures? I'd like to understand and correct any mistake. Also, if there is a way to rectify then can someone please also guide me with the process to re-submit the rectified image and delete this one from the "Not Accepted" section.

 

Hand_Shake.jpeg

 

Thank you in advance for your assistance and time.

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Community Expert , Sep 15, 2023 Sep 15, 2023

It's underexposed, and there is a noticeable flaw in the background below the sleeve. You can re-edit and resubmit just as you did the first time; however you can't remove the thumbnail of the rejected image. Those stay on your account forever, perhaps to remind both you and Adobe that the image was previously rejected. 

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Sep 15, 2023 Sep 15, 2023

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The lines in the hands and arms, which are probably an attempt on AI's part to show age, appear too unrealistic while attempting to be considered "realistic." Was "age" significant with respect to your prompt? I suspect this could be corrected by removing some lines and softening others. While it's conceivable that someone could use a pair of hands shaking while removing the white background and overlaying it on another image, some buyers might want some context in terms of the background...an office...a farm...whatever.

In any event, no, you can't remove rejected images. They are there to haunt you forever, even if an edited version of an image is accepted. 🙂

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Community Beginner ,
Sep 15, 2023 Sep 15, 2023

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Hi @daniellei4510! Thanks for your quick reply. The image that I uploaded is not an AI Generated image. It's an image captured using a Camera.

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Sep 15, 2023 Sep 15, 2023

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Sorry, the subject header "AI Generated images" confused me. Still, I think the lines can be softened. And if you want to leave the background white, I'd cut it out and submit it as a png.

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Sep 15, 2023 Sep 15, 2023

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No need to apologize. The mistake was from my side in the title. Thanks for the suggestion of submitting it as Transparent PNG. Will edit the lines and resubmit. 

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It's underexposed, and there is a noticeable flaw in the background below the sleeve. You can re-edit and resubmit just as you did the first time; however you can't remove the thumbnail of the rejected image. Those stay on your account forever, perhaps to remind both you and Adobe that the image was previously rejected. 

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Community Beginner ,
Sep 15, 2023 Sep 15, 2023

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Thanks @Jill_C for the feedback. The flaw in the image under the sleeve is the paint chip on the wall which I tried to hide by increasing the brightness. Below is the snapshot of the original image before adjusting the brightness. 
Got it. Thumbnail going to stay forever. I have a follow up question, is there are a specific count/limit of rejected images which will ban the account. Just want to know to be safe.

Nilesh942_0-1694840979071.png

 

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Sep 16, 2023 Sep 16, 2023

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It would be better to clone out that flaw on the wall. I don't think there's any precise threshold of rejects you should try to avoid, however I have read here from time to time that you should aim for an acceptance rate above 50%. Any lower than that means that Adobe Moderators are investing too much effort on your assets to find acceptable ones.

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By the way, there are ~350,000 images tagged "hand shake" in the database already, so there's a rather remote chance that yours will ever be seen or sold...

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Sep 15, 2023 Sep 15, 2023

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I know. For me there is a big need of doing a primary research what buyers are looking for except the usual trends like Autumn, Christmas, etc. Need to create a good portfolio. Thanks for the response though. Your feedbacks are always appreciated.

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Hi @Nilesh942,

The photo is a bit underexposed. It also seem to have a small amount of noise grain and artifacts.

jacquelingphoto2017_0-1694927460456.png

 

Use the exposure slider in your photo editor to increase the exposure a bit, You might need to adjust the shadow and black sliders also. Use the noise correction tool to remove the chromatic noise and grains.

Best wishes

Jacquelin

 

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