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Hello, this is about my declined image. It is a photo of some ducts in my house. It was stated declined because of image quality. I would like to get your valuable feedback to see if something can still be done with this. Camera I have used it Nikon 1.
If you have not looked at the Adobe guidelines for stock contributors, you might not know what this rejection is all about. The first thing you should try is looking at this photo at a high magnification of 100 - 200%. Carefully look for unsharp edges and noise in smooth areas that should read cleanly with no noise. See the shadowy stuff just above and behind the pipes. Also, check the exposure, do you have the best exposure to bring out the pipe image? Adobe wants only the best quality. Here are the guidelines for you to memorize for future work. Yes, fix this one and try a resubmit. Let me know if it gets accepted. Kind regards, JH
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Thank you, will try to do all that.
Hello, Joanh, thank you for your feedback. It helped and the photo is now accepted. Of course, there is always room for improvement.