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I uploaded a bunch of photos yesterday that all got rejected. Can not find out why, could someone he

New Here ,
Nov 18, 2021 Nov 18, 2021

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New in the stock world. have a bunch of photgraphs on my computer from many years of photagraphy. Now learning stock photagraphy and I dont see a problem in all this picturce i uploded but everyone got rejected. Any ide why?

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I have the same problem my photos get rejected too

 

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Nov 18, 2021 Nov 18, 2021

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Hi Sofia,

"Can not find out why"

It says right there on the right, for technical issues.

MNiessenPhoto_0-1637249238953.png

That can encompass a wide range of issues: bad exposure, noise, chromatic aberration, lack of contrast, banding, fringing, and so on...

Unless you post a image that you submitted (in full-size, using the "insert photos" button), we cannot give our opinion on what the issues might be.

MNiessenPhoto_1-1637249374207.png

 

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I post some few diffrent that I tried to upload. Maybe from them you could see some issues that I might have with the photography of them.

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The first one is very blurry, which is clearly the main rejection reason. It also has some chromatic aberration (green fringe on the edge of the trees/sky)

The second one is underexposed and quite noisy.

I didn't check the other pictures because it's a bit annoying to download files one by one, to be honest. You added them as attachments instead of including them as I had mentioned 😉

Hope that helps,

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#3 is underexposed and perhaps over saturated. #4 is not in sharp focus.

 

 

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Please post 1-3 original photos so that we can review them. Thumbnails or screenshots dont help.

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