I'm new contributor and couldn't find the way to upload a version of my rejected pictures.
In fact, it is not a version but I would like to upload again the same picture like that because Adobe says that there is a quality problem and I think it is ok. But, as I said before... I'm new in this wold and maybe I'm wrong 🙂
One of the pic rejected is this one jointed
Thanks for your help
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Do not upload previously rejected images again with the hope that next time it will be accepted. To do so is considered spamming and can get your account blocked. You may, however, re-edit the image to improve or removethe technical flaws, then upload it again in the same manner as the original upload.
I think the focus on your image is too soft, which can't be fixed.
Thanks Jill for your help! I will check again the picture, but maybe I'll do as Nancy Oshea said: move on to other photos
If your image was rejected the first time for technical/quality issues, resubmitting the same image will result in more rejection and a waste the reviewer's and your time. Don't do it. Move on to other photos that have a better chance of being accepted.
Adobe Stock customers expect the highest visual and technical quality for use in commercial projects.
Thanks for your tips Nancy! I'll ckeck it again but I believe I'll do as you said: move on to other picture.
Thanks! I'll read carefully all links sent
Thanks Jaqueline for your advises. Maybe the best is to move on to another picture 🙂
Thanks for tips to improve my pics
The picture is nice, but not good for stock. It's lacking contrast and yes, the white balance is a tip too cool, those are correctable errors. However, you also have washed out colours and missing detail, and that depends on the original picture, if you can correct:
And let me turn it like this: the moderators are superb at finding the flaws in a picture. If you resubmit once, that won’t have a big effect, but resubmitting the same picture multiple times, will result in having your account suspended. If you get a refusal, post better here, if you can't see the trouble, to get an analysis of your picture.
Thanks for your tips Abambo! They are very helpful.
I think I'll move on other pic 🙂
About colours, I know I have a big problem: my laptop it is too difficult to calibrate and sometimes I work blindly. I shoul buy a desktop computer and a good screem. It will arrive, but in the meanwhile, I have to work with this one ( which is a good computer but not for pics). Patience...
And will try to make pics for stock, step by step...
I also think that you should move on, as I see difficulties to fix some errors in that picture. You did not include the EXIF data, so I cannot look into your shooting data. But you may have a small sensor camera (sensor sizes less than APS C). Those cameras are nice, but you need to have optimal shooting conditions so that no artefacts get introduced.
It's a CMOS de 1/1,3 pulgadas: 48 MP. Camera from the DJI Mini3
I would like to publish that pic because of the tipic of "dry" and "change climate", but I FORGET IT! ( I mean, this pic)
If it's this drone, I think that you can do impressive images. https://www.dpreview.com/reviews/dji-mini-3-pro-review-dji-s-most-compact-model-finally-goes-pro/1
Yes, that one!
It's brand new and maybe i have to change some settings
Thanks for the link
You don't have to wait to buy a new desktop computer. Buy a decent monitor now and connect it to the laptop. You can continue to use the monitor later when you get the desktop.
Yes! True! and it is more than usable. It's a good laptop.
Thanks you too !
Thanks Jill! you are right! I have a good laptop (MSI) but difficult to calibrate. The best is to buy a monitor for the moment.
Except for a gaming laptop, the major difference between a laptop and a desktop for graphics is Desktops usually have graphics card, laptops don't. Desktop is the better device for graphics. But even then you have to look at bus speed, memory size and hard drive size carefully when buying a desktop and to make sure it has a good processor..
Photographers do not need the highest-end graphics card. The utility for this is quite limited. It's better to invest in memory and disk space. Not to forget back-up space... And, I personally would not anymore invest in 4k screens. I really love my UHD screens better. It's less tiring for my eyes.
Thanks!!! I will have a look for a screem for the moment... too much expenses now 😞