I am having a similar issue. Has something changed? These photos were rejected in terms of quality, but I have had similar photos accepted and sold on Adobe stock. Do bots assess the submissions or people?
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I previously commented on the 4th image in another thread. All of the images have very visible artifacts in the sky which are apparent without having to zoom in and inspect carefully.
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I believe too much of your first file becomes obscured in motion blur. Building should be stationary so personally I don't see its application for stock Additionally there are a lot of color noise.
The highlights of the second and third files is too high, hence having an exposure problem.
The forth file is under exposed with high highlights
The fifth file is also underexposed and has color noise.
The sixth file also has color noise.
Thanks everybody for your valuable feedback. May I beg your indulgence one more and ask for citique of this photo?
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