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New Here ,
Apr 07, 2021 Apr 07, 2021

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I'm new in the world of photography, why my photo was rejected?

 

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1. The original file was 1024x768 dimensions so i used Photoshop CC to increase it from 72 resolution to 300, now the final file is 4267x3200 dimensions because i need more that 4MP, then export it in JPG format.

2. I passed the file using whatsapp to my pc.

3. I attach the final and original photo.IMG-20210406-WA0043.jpgIMG-20210406-WA0043.jpg

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LEGEND , Apr 07, 2021 Apr 07, 2021
No way could a screen resolution image be used in a multimillion dollar advert. Do not increase pixel size. If the size is too small, the image can never be of commercial quality. This is like trying to turn chicken soup back into chicken.

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Adobe Community Professional , Apr 08, 2021 Apr 08, 2021
This is like trying to turn chicken soup back into chicken.
======= Or the egg  @Andres5ECA, Read the Contributor Support User Guide carefully, starting with this:
Adobe Stock accepts photos shot with any camera—including a mobile device—if they meet our technical and legal requirements as well as our quality standards. Technical requirements Submit images in JPEG format. Use color space sRGB Minimum image resolution: 4 MP (megapixels)  Maximum image resolution: 100 MP (megapixels
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No way could a screen resolution image be used in a multimillion dollar advert. Do not increase pixel size. If the size is too small, the image can never be of commercial quality. This is like trying to turn chicken soup back into chicken.

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quoteThis is like trying to turn chicken soup back into chicken.

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Or the egg 🙂

 

@Andres5ECA,

Read the Contributor Support User Guide carefully, starting with this:

 

Adobe Stock accepts photos shot with any camera—including a mobile device—if they meet our technical and legal requirements as well as our quality standards.

 

Technical requirements

  • Submit images in JPEG format.
  • Use color space sRGB
  • Minimum image resolution: 4 MP (megapixels) 
  • Maximum image resolution: 100 MP (megapixels)
  • Maximum file size: 45 MB (megabytes)
  • No watermarks or timestamps
  • DO NOT UPSAMPLE YOUR FILES; submit the maximum file size that your camera can produce.

 

Better luck with your next submission.  Next time, be sure to set your camera for High Res images. 

 

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

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LEGEND ,
Apr 09, 2021 Apr 09, 2021

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Also don't use Whatsapp to send high quality images, it damage quality. (This is not your problem here, but if you are serious about stock you need to use better tools).

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New Here ,
Apr 09, 2021 Apr 09, 2021

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How should i transfer images from one computer to another?

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Apr 09, 2021 Apr 09, 2021

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Use anything that does not modify the original picture: a USB thumb drive for example, Dropbox, OneDrive, Creative Cloud... you have the choice.

 

Increasing the picture's resolution by upsampling does not increase the information content of the picture. There is no way that a lower resolution picture gets better by upsampling, even if software vendors are selling this as a solution.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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To make sure it is completely clear: you need to use a different tool (such as DropBox). But nothing can help you make salable photos from 1024x768 originals. 

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