image refusé pour problème technique

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cette photographie a été refusée pour problème technique pourriez vous m'aider à comprendre merci par avance pour vos réponses 

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LEGEND , May 04, 2022 May 04, 2022
Adobe have strict rules about IP releases, and you need to learn them -- https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/help/property-release.html. Adobe do not care if you took the photo in a public place. The do not care if it is a public building. In this case, however, MAYBE because the building is over 100 years old you may not need a release.  The people would recognise THEMSELVES, so you need a model release for each one who can recognise - the seven people at the front. You might also need an...

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Adobe Community Professional , May 04, 2022 May 04, 2022
Bonjour, Despite the possible releases needed, I think the overall quality isn't good; the focus on the building isn't sharp. It looks like the camera focused on the foreground - the people - rather than the main subject. So, this in itself would be rejected on technical issues.

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Adobe Community Professional , May 04, 2022 May 04, 2022
The standard for when a release is required is if a person could recognize themselves in your image. The 2 women on the right would definitely be able to recognize  themselves. 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Hello. Unfortunately your photo is not focused very well. Also there are some spots in the sky, probably birds, that need to be removed. You may also be required to supply a property release for the building. I assume that the photo was taken from the grounds and not from a public street.

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Avant tout  merci pour votre réponse qui a éclairé en bien des points les refus de mes images parisiennes.

plus d'info sur l'image : La phoptographie à été prise dans le jardin du luxenbourg (domaine public) à Paris. Le bâtiment est le senat français (bâtiment public ) . Les gens sont de dos et non reconnaissables. Dans ces conditions les décharges peuvent t'elles demandées ?

La  remarques sur la mise au point va mettre précieuse. Sur les oiseaux, je serais plus attentif sur mes prochaines images parisiennes qui sont truffées de pigeons que je n'ose pas supprimer  

encor merci  

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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In addition to possibly a property release for the building, you would need model releases for the recognizable people in the picture, so unless you have those, I wouldn't bother re-editing to try to get the image accepted.

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merci pour votre réponse

plus d'info sur l'image : La phoptographie à été prise dans le jardin du luxenbourg (domaine public) à Paris. Le bâtiment est le senat français (bâtiment public ) . Les gens sont de dos et non reconnaissables. Dans ces conditions les décharges peuvent t'elles demandées ?

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Adobe have strict rules about IP releases, and you need to learn them -- https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/help/property-release.html. Adobe do not care if you took the photo in a public place. The do not care if it is a public building. In this case, however, MAYBE because the building is over 100 years old you may not need a release. 

 

The people would recognise THEMSELVES, so you need a model release for each one who can recognise - the seven people at the front. You might also need an IP release for the shoes of the person at the right. 

 

Pictures in a public place need careful planning and a full knowledge of Adobe's rules. Many wonderful shots (like the Eiffel Tower at night, or pictures with a recognisable shop or car) are impossible.

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The standard for when a release is required is if a person could recognize themselves in your image. The 2 women on the right would definitely be able to recognize  themselves. 

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Bonjour,

Despite the possible releases needed, I think the overall quality isn't good; the focus on the building isn't sharp. It looks like the camera focused on the foreground - the people - rather than the main subject. So, this in itself would be rejected on technical issues.

 

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