The next two photos were rejected due to "technical issues" and I really can't figure out why.
I tested them at 100% size and they are perfectly fine, the resolution is good and the depth of field is appropriate.
I would love to get help as this is the first time I am uploading materials to Adobe Stock.
i have kinda the same problem with my first upload. Would be nice if there would be a more detailed information about the "technical issues".
Did you submit a watermarked photo?
No, it was without watermark.
And the second picture can never be accepted. Identifiable brands, identifiable property, recognizable people. I doubt the first photo will be accepted, the main subject would remember the day and reconise himself. Adobe does not accept editorial photos, releases are needed for everything. These are NOT technical issues so there must ALSO be technical issues.
Fabian, please share a photo or two. The experts here are experienced and can often help you improve your technique to the point where Adobe acceptance is more likely, if you are willing to repeatedly fail and learn. I think the lack of detailed info, as well as saving time, is a deliberate policy to filter out less experienced suppliers.
Here is one photo. Just put the text there for copyright and so. Is it because the background is to blurry?
The blurry background is distracting, and the flower itself isn't exposed properly.
Thanks. That's criticism I can work with.
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Perhaps the white balance could be improved. The images are a little cold-looking, so they could be warmed up a bit.
If you are uploading as editorial content, (unless you are able to do because of an invitation from Adobe), then Adobe does not accept editorial content from normal contributors.