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Please tell me what could be the reasons for the photo rejection?

Community Beginner ,
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Community Expert , Oct 16, 2023 Oct 16, 2023

Primarily, the depth of field is too shallow. All the branches in the foreground should be sharp. Also, are the lens flares natural or did you add them with a filter? You should not use filters on your submitted images.

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Community Expert , Oct 16, 2023 Oct 16, 2023

I assume it was rejected for quality issues. Nothing is in sharp focus.

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Community Expert , Oct 16, 2023 Oct 16, 2023

Despite your description, there is a difference between soft focus and out of focus. This example is the former. I do like this image compositionally speaking, given that you allowed for text for a greeting or holiday card. But as @Jill_C noted, nothing is in focus.

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Community Expert , Oct 17, 2023 Oct 17, 2023

Hello,

The problem here is, that although you may have intended to have a soft focus, you have ended up having a rather blurred out-of-focus image. The f-stop is too wide, bearing in mind you have a long focal length. The DOF is very shallow. The pine needles need to be sharper. This is a problem! Also, I think the image is a bit too green.

I don't think the highlights are a problem.

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Primarily, the depth of field is too shallow. All the branches in the foreground should be sharp. Also, are the lens flares natural or did you add them with a filter? You should not use filters on your submitted images.

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the highlights are original. and for the focus in the description it was indicated that the photo was with soft focus. Thanks for the answer

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Never the less, both would most likely be the reasons for rejection, whether done purposely or not.

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Thanks for the good advice

 

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Despite your description, there is a difference between soft focus and out of focus. This example is the former. I do like this image compositionally speaking, given that you allowed for text for a greeting or holiday card. But as @Jill_C noted, nothing is in focus.

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Hello,

The problem here is, that although you may have intended to have a soft focus, you have ended up having a rather blurred out-of-focus image. The f-stop is too wide, bearing in mind you have a long focal length. The DOF is very shallow. The pine needles need to be sharper. This is a problem! Also, I think the image is a bit too green.

I don't think the highlights are a problem.

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Thanks for the good advice

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(...) and for the focus in the description it was indicated that the photo was with soft focus.


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Between soft focus and out of focus is a difference. Sorry for that, but you will need to retake this with at least these

Abambo_0-1697570534922.png

being crisp sharp.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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I assume it was rejected for quality issues. Nothing is in sharp focus.

Jill C., Forum Volunteer

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Looking at your asset: you need to have something in focus. You need to check sharpness 1:1 on your computer screen.

 

As a side note: when posting here, give us the refusal reason that Adobe gave you (heading). Here it appears to be obvious: Quality Issues!

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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