Is this a full-size image? When I zoom in, it appears quite pixelated which gives the impression that it's not in sharp focus. It's also over-saturated and a bit underexposed in the shadows.
There is a limitation to file size, so is not uploaded to it's full size.
I try again here.
everything is perfect here. and noiselessness and composition and colors + shadows. similar pictures, but even marked ones, have on stock for a long time and with big sales. Must be it the robot is wrong now
Excellent news! Thanks You)
This forum's image viewer is not working properly which makes our job harder. The tech people are working on the problem. In the meantime, I took a screenshot and opened it up in Photoshop, not ideal but it's the best I can do right now.
The image is oversaturated. To prove it, I used two adjustment layers -- Invert and Hue/Saturation. It should be all grayscale. The areas where color bleeds through are oversaturated and require saturation adjustment.
I'm seeing a lot of focus problems, too, particularly with rear flowers which tells me your depth of field is too shallow for this shot.
Sharpening would likely introduce unwanted artifacts. Don't spend too much time on this. Adobe has 26 million flowers in inventory. So even if this gets accepted, it's a very low percentage seller.
Hope that helps.
\over-saturated and a bit underexposed\ is your monitor calibrated (brand?) ?
tulips had bright colors, but my monitor might not be calibrated
I did only a little color boost
Thanks. no no) A question for Jill.
my firm-calibrated ips 4k Dell shows this scene adequately
It depends on how you define 'adequate'.
On my monitor, the image also looks oversaturated. A bit too much contrast.
I also wouldn't spend too much time on this for stock. There are gazillions of flower shots, so the chances of a sale (and consistent sales) are very small indeed.
A very important question to ask yourself is who will buy it and why? What could it be used for realistically!
I will try to upload in 12 hours. Thanks!
Framing is a problem. This needs to be cropped or photoshopped:
The red Tulips in the background are disturbing because they attract the eye.
Focus and DOF is an issue. It looks like the focus is more or less random.
I think I did a bit wrong the settings, and the depth of field was too little.
I was focused to have some tulips clear, I was thinking that other persons might use just a part of the picture (picture edit/crop).
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