Not accepted due to Technical Issues - any ideas as to why?

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Jan 27, 2022 Jan 27, 2022

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The original photo was manipulated by copying to 30 layers and rotating each layer by .02 degrees from each other then merged into this result. Any thoughts on perhaps what the technical issue(s) would be to have had it rejected? The original photo was tack-sharp - perhaps the moderators have deemed it out of focus? Thank you for any assistance you are able to provide!20211124-DCH_6881-Edit.jpg

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Community Expert , Jan 27, 2022 Jan 27, 2022

It's interesting but not flexible for use a Stock image.

 

Adobe Stock's DO's and DON'Ts specifically mention special effects. 

https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/help/photography-illustrations.html

Effects

Don’t: Add sunrays or flares.

Don’t: Create mirrored images, kaleidoscopes, or patterns.

Don’t: Use effect filters.

Don’t: Add vignettes or frames.

 

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Jan 27, 2022 Jan 27, 2022

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It makes for an interesting abstract, but indeed I'm sure the Moderator saw nothing in focus. I also wonder what commercial value this would have....

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Jan 27, 2022 Jan 27, 2022

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Artisticaly nice but look at the sky at 200%. Full with streaks.

 

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Jan 27, 2022 Jan 27, 2022

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Adobe are looking for "realistic" photos - this is art, and it may well be good art, but that isn't what they buy... right or wrong...

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Jan 27, 2022 Jan 27, 2022

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It's interesting but not flexible for use a Stock image.

 

Adobe Stock's DO's and DON'Ts specifically mention special effects. 

https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/help/photography-illustrations.html

Effects

Don’t: Add sunrays or flares.

Don’t: Create mirrored images, kaleidoscopes, or patterns.

Don’t: Use effect filters.

Don’t: Add vignettes or frames.

 

Nancy O'Shea, Product User & Community Expert
Alt-Web Design & Publishing ~ Web : Print : Graphics : Media

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Jan 28, 2022 Jan 28, 2022

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Stock is not a good place for such images. Especially that I suspect some technical issues in the original take.

 

Anyhow, why not submitting the original and letting the buyer apply the effects needed?

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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