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Lately photos have been rejected

Community Beginner ,
Mar 30, 2023 Mar 30, 2023

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De laatste tijd worden op adobe stock veel fotos geweigerd en ik zie niet echt de reden ervan, omdat ze op shutterstock wel aanvaard worden ! Ik heb een foto als voorbeeld, hebben jullie een idee wat het probleem kan zijn ? De enige melding die ze geven is kwalitetsproblemen.

 

En hoe ik kan voorkomen dat ze geweigerd worden ?

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Community Expert , Mar 30, 2023 Mar 30, 2023

Hello,

First photo - 'sint-antoniu...' the focus isn't good, it's not clear, and I think the composition could be a lot better, and the white balance could be better -it's a bit too yellow! In the lake photo - the composition could be better - the branches actually distract from the photo and the focus could be better as well.

 

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Community Expert , Mar 30, 2023 Mar 30, 2023

From my iPad it's more difficult to detect, but I think you focussed on the foreground. The branches seem to be in focus. However, you should have aimed at a point farer away.

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As @ricky336 said, the (lower) branches are disturbing, an should have been avoided or edited out.

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Hello,

First photo - 'sint-antoniu...' the focus isn't good, it's not clear, and I think the composition could be a lot better, and the white balance could be better -it's a bit too yellow! In the lake photo - the composition could be better - the branches actually distract from the photo and the focus could be better as well.

 

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I agree with @ricky336 , you have a focussing problem on both images. 

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Thank you for your feedback,
I just don't understand how I could improve the focus in the 2nd photo? This was photographed on a monopod tripod with wide focus. With a Nikon Z50 + 18-50 VR lens.

Could this be due to the limitation of the material? Or should this device be better?

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From my iPad it's more difficult to detect, but I think you focussed on the foreground. The branches seem to be in focus. However, you should have aimed at a point farer away.

9CE98784-C3EC-4396-AE4B-B2400855BEDF.jpeg

As @ricky336 said, the (lower) branches are disturbing, an should have been avoided or edited out.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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The focus is on the branches. If you use autofocus, you have to be careful to choose your focusing point. The camera selects the closet object, and in this case, it selected the branches and not the background, which is the important part of the photo, isn't it?

It's not the limitation of the camera or lens. It's how you use it!

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