My photo was rejected for technical reasons.

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Adobe Community Professional , Feb 11, 2021 Feb 11, 2021
Hi @Тимур5E80 , There's potential in your photography, however you will need to sharpen some technique so that you can get it right.  The first image is looking a bit cool. You could add a small account of warmth, and increase exposure a bit. Too much of the second image is out of focus. Also it is under exposed. You need to adjust the depth of field. The third image needs a little more exposure and warmth. Highlight are too high for the fourth image.  The fifth image has no details. The sixth a...

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Feb 11, 2021 Feb 11, 2021

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Would you say these photos are world class commercial stock photography, suitable for a multimillion dollar campaign? They seem, rather more, to be nice snapshots that could be made without much professional experience. Check out Adobe Stock's catalog for your competitors - there are already around 2 million cats and 19 million flower shots.

 

Also, watermarks will lead to immediate rejection - did you ever see an advert with a timestamp on the pictures...?

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Hi @Тимур5E80 ,

There's potential in your photography, however you will need to sharpen some technique so that you can get it right. 

The first image is looking a bit cool. You could add a small account of warmth, and increase exposure a bit.

Too much of the second image is out of focus. Also it is under exposed. You need to adjust the depth of field.

The third image needs a little more exposure and warmth.

Highlight are too high for the fourth image. 

The fifth image has no details.

The sixth and seventh images: too much highlights, and also too cool. 

You tend to over-sharpen you images, hence introduce artifacts.

I suggest you invest in some courses or reading material that will help you to sharpen your skills. There are some courses on LinkedIn Learn, and also inexpensive  eBooks you can benefit from.

Best wishes

JG

https://incomepayout.blogspot.com/p/income-requirements-and-payout.html

 

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