Hello everyone. Im new in this community. Yesterday I submitted my first photo. Now I got the message, that they cannot accept my photo due to technical issues. I really wish they would also say what the issue is, but now Im counting on your help. I dont have much experience in this, so I really appreciate your help.
Zoom to 200%, there are hardly any details to be seen.
Adobe do require all pictures to be world class commercial photography. It's a nice picture of a nice dog, but it isn't yet world class technically. But you should also bear in mind that Adobe Stock already has over 3 million pictures of dogs. That's a lot of competition. Your dog picture may never even be seen, still less licensed.
Composition is a factor to consider as well. For stock photography, it's badly composed.
Have a read of this from Adobe about how to create better photos:
Have a look at the Adobe Stock tutorials:
It's not a great picture from the perspective of composition or subject ... and would never sell ... but technically it's fine. My advice is not to bother with Adobe and submit your images to some of the other libraries such as Alamy, Getty and Shutterstock. Chances are, you'll have more success there.
... but technically it's fine. My advice is not to bother with Adobe and submit your images to some of the other libraries such as Alamy, Getty and Shutterstock. Chances are, you'll have more success there.
By @Deleted User
The picture has technical problems. As a buyer of this picture, I would be very disappointed with the quality of the picture.