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I am new to this, and I assume something had to go wrong. Could someone go through some of these photo's to let me know what I did wrong, as to why they were not.
Anyway, thank you for anytime you have taken to look and explain what I did wrong on these. I know its a hassle, but as someone who is new to this I really appreciate it. I want to make this a side job, and appreciate the fluidity it provides.
Some of these have been rejected, I know the rest are going to be rejected. I just have to go back and edit them.
Adobe gave you a rejection reason. What was it? I'd guess technical issues, but guessing wrong would be wasting your time. Your possible problem list is very short, I have to say, and doesn't cover any of the things setting commercial photography apart...
It was technical issues, you are correct. I'm trying to figure out what I do now. What needs to be changed. Thank you for your reply, and don't think your wasting my time!
I don't have time to download 6 images, sorry.
Examine images at 100-200% magnification. The last image has depth-of field issues. The foreground is out of focus. And there's a noticeable green/blue cast that could use a touch of warmth.
Well thats sucky
Also adjust crooked images. Your horizon line always be straight, not sloped.
Hey thank you, also I thats leaf. I forgot to tell you, but I've been editing the pictures. Working on them so it isn't too sloppy. I really aprreciate what you've said.
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Hi @defaultcl31rko3p59x ,
The perspective of the river need correcting. The river seem to be running on the the side and not affected by gravity. also you could increase exposure a bit.
Second image is out of focus.
The third is nice, but is a bit under exposed.
The fourth is also nice but is also under exposed.
The fifth is a no go. It is over processed and looks artificial Your photographs must be looking natural. Customers will add whatever effect they want. By not adding effects, your photos have greater potential for multiple sales.
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I'll go and work on those changes immediately, I feel really bad about the zoomed in mushroom one. I don't think I can do anything about it, but the other picture of it I can definelty fix.