Hello, can anyone tell me why all the photos taken with Alpha 7 are discarded due to technical problems?
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Not unless we see the pictures. Please share 1-3 original pics, exactly as you submitted them, and the exact rejection reason for each one.
I understand thank you ... I don't understand why +1000 photos uploaded by Nikon are all accepted +1000 photos uploaded by Sony are all rejected all ... moreover, in other stock sites it is even more difficult to accept the images the same ones have been accepted ... it only happens to me with Sony
... moreover, in other stock sites it is even more difficult to accept the images the same ones have been accepted ...
I find that Adobe has a more stringent vetting. But as a general rule: Adobe's turf, Adobe's refusals...
First: white balance too warm, second wb too cool, third could be focus forth and fith leaning horizons and geometric distortions and white balance too cool. Your last has also noise problems. There may be additional issues, but on my iPad those are more difficult to see.
The last 4 photos also have a sensor spot.
Some highlights are overexposed and some shadows are underexposed.
Also the depth of field and focus needs to be better in the first 2 photos.
The spot is correct. That's a straight refusal.
The first and second files are not in sharp focus and also has excessive chromatic noise.
The third file is with a little grain noise, blue color fringing on the edge, white balance issue and could possibly have a little more depth. It might be that you went in too close.
The fourth file is too cool, with color fringing and noise grains.
The fifth file is with noise grains and white balance issue.
Because the camera has nothing to do with that. The pictures, the camera settings and the postprocessing are primary the reason for your rejections.
1. Right. Too warm wb leads to bad resolution of yellow pies.
2. Adobe often doesnt accept pictures if foreground is not in focus. May be too cool wb, but thats not the main issue
3. Blurry column on left side makes the composition bad. But the main issue is dirt spot on sky. Thats 100% rejection
4. Dirt spot.
5. Dirt spot.
this is not the reason I am speaking of three different work sessions a trip to Morocco a trip to Sicily and various photos… over 1000 photos where the dirt on the sky cannot be seen because perhaps it falls on a tree or the white is not too warm a problem because perhaps the photo was taken at sunset but the photo is always discarded with the same wording for technical reasons and not dirty sensor
They could all have different technical flaws. Feel free to upload additional photos for review if you'd like.
A dirty sensor (sensor spots) would fall under Technical or Quality Issues, as would white balance.
In case you haven't read it already, the details of each Rejection Reason are covered here: Adobe Contributor Rejection Reasons
Good luck with future submissions!
You have been advised by the community members of the technical issues we can detect, which are most likely the same issues that caused the Moderator to reject the images; yet you deny that these problems exist. Why is that? The sensor spot is quite obvious without having to do any closeup examination of the images. It's also very easy to fix, which you could do and resubmit.
Hi @Marco98A5 ,
I am sorry for your refusals. I can read in your post that you are also very disappointed. It is possible that some of these photos have errors that can be corrected and resubmited. The link here will show you what to look for at between 100 and 200% zoom to correct before submitting your files. You also need to read carefully the links provided by @Nancy OShea and @George_F for more insight of what Adobe is looking for.
Adobe Stock wants perfect technical & visual quality, regardless of equipment that is used. See links below.