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My all Ai generated images are not accepted

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Jun 28, 2024 Jun 28, 2024

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My all ai generated images are not accepted saying quality issues, can someone review the images attached and tell me the reason?

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Jun 28, 2024 Jun 28, 2024

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Zoom in really close and I can see lots of quality issues in your graphics. Lot of the shapes are not smooth. There's some weird things happening on those cranes. Probably other things. So yeah maybe go in really close and really look at your images. Go beyond 100 percent zoom.  200 Even more to get a really good look.  If those are vector graphics, don't forget to reduce the number of anchor points.  That will reduce unevenness and reduce your file size as well.

Like I said, I only looked at one of those images and found lots of flaws but I'm sure there are many more in the other images too.

Hope that's of some help. 🙂

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Bear in mind, while I've pointed out a number of errors in each image, it only takes ONE for an image to be rejected.

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Generative AI is very bad in a certain number of tasks. One task is the writing. The programs produce mostly nonsense with geometrically bad characters. IMG_2128.jpeg

In addition, if you look at the bars in the graphic, you see artefacts for the fill colour and incoherent geometries. Look also for the artefacts around the hand.

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In addition, you have those "phantom" lights. For some unknown reason your AI generator added those, but they do not make much sense.

IMG_2126.jpegAssets submitted to Adobe stock are not allowwed to contain any watermarks, or these nonsense characters seem to be some kind of watermarks.

 

When you generate AI assets, check those assets for logical reasoning and artefacts. AI is good in creating artefacts (as the assets used for training were full of artefacts) and nonsense, as AI has no idea about what is allowed and what not. Checking the assets only on a small screen does not always reveal the errors. 

 

Creating AI assets does not mean that you do not have to correct them. 

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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