Images rejected. Please help me understand why good folks

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What was the rejection reason?

Did you make (create from gold and jewels) this ring?

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Hi @malikd7192008 ,

All three frames display grain/noise and are underexposed. You also need to watch your depth of field. It is possible you did set this correct in the camera but was too close to the subject, hence you end up with partial soft edges. There might be an issue with white balance also. Is that a white background? It's not showing white. If it is a white background it must be looking white in you photo.

 

This display soft edge at the base.

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There's soft edge at the right.

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Details are blown out with high light-source.

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Best wishes

JG

Photographer and Nutrition Author

 

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The images are not well lit, resulting in blown-out highlights and dark, shadowy areas. The DOF is too shallow, resulting in fuzzy edges and a very limited in-focus area. The background, as a result of being underexposed, is also noisy and grainy. Search for "gold diamond ring" in Adobe Stock and you will see many examples of rings beautifully lit with bright white backgrounds. 

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The white noise alone will not get you approved. They should be rejected for IP. The design is someones art work and design. Even if you own the ring, the design belongs to someone else. But, maybe I am wrong.

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What was the exact rejection reason? The header of that is enough!

 

Your pictures show the typical artefacts of aggressive in-camera processing of small sensor phone cameras. Your pictures have quality issues due to the processing of your pictures, but also due to bad lightning, bad framing etc.

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There are no details on the ring, it may be out of focus, you wouldn't even see it. Noise-reduction did eat all of it.

 

Even that it is great to leave some space around your subject, there is no need to let the major part of your picture grey:

Move your camera to get nearer:

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You need to get your light correct, you need a tripod for your iPhone and you need ideally shooting raw with manual exposure. If that is possible, you may get correct results. If your doing then bracketing, you may choose between different exposures the best one.

 

I would also strongly recommend cleaning the lens before taking such pictures. The lenses of such phones are really suffering.

 

At the end, you may need to submit a property release signed by the creator of the jewellery.

 

 

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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