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QUALITY ISSUES ON ADOBE STOCK

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Mar 03, 2023 Mar 03, 2023

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Hi everyone, I cant seem to get my images uploaded to stock, due to quality standards. I use an iphone 11 pro. Does anyone have tips to get my images passed easier through improving the quality? Should i use/ not use portrait mode?IMG_7066.jpg

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Community Expert , Mar 03, 2023 Mar 03, 2023

This image is blurry, underexposed, poorly composed and has a bright blownout hotspot. While it's not impossible to get iPhone images accepted, you will need to have ideal light, such as a bright sunny day, which is not what you had in this case. 

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LEGEND , Mar 03, 2023 Mar 03, 2023

Of course, if you could fix the quality, it would be rejected for IP violation. You can't submit photos of your Mac !

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Community Expert , Mar 04, 2023 Mar 04, 2023

@Jill_C  told you like it is. This mage is too dark and has blown out highlights and underexposed shadows. It is blurry and poorly cropped. You do not telephone with a camera and you should not expect to photograph saleable photos with your telephone. Like @Jill_C said, it s however, possible.

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This image is blurry, underexposed, poorly composed and has a bright blownout hotspot. While it's not impossible to get iPhone images accepted, you will need to have ideal light, such as a bright sunny day, which is not what you had in this case. 

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Of course, if you could fix the quality, it would be rejected for IP violation. You can't submit photos of your Mac !

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Mar 04, 2023 Mar 04, 2023

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@Jill_C  told you like it is. This mage is too dark and has blown out highlights and underexposed shadows. It is blurry and poorly cropped. You do not telephone with a camera and you should not expect to photograph saleable photos with your telephone. Like @Jill_C said, it s however, possible.

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Your picture is underexposed as shown on the histogram:

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You have heavy clipping of the blacks, meaning that absolutely no information is left:

Abambo_1-1677929153793.png

You have a high noise level:

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And as @Test Screen Name has said, as soon as Apple is recognizable, it won't pass. You need to edit out typical Mac keys.

 

And as for your question: you should not use portrait mode, as the iPhone really does a poor job on that if you look at the details.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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