Hello.. I am new to adob stock.. I submitted an image for the first time but it was rejected. Can anyone help me please understand why?
I assume that the photo is a bit underexposed.
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Thank you Henrik, I will go through the links and try to edit the photo..Appreciate your quick response.
I would post this picture on social media and feel happy with the many likes. I do not imagine this entering into Adobe stock anytime soon. Some defects can't be corrected.
I edit the photo and brightened it and it was accepted. Thank you for your help.
The vertical perspective must be aligned straight. I suspect that you have not uploaded the original size here. The image is very small to asses everything well, but apparently it's quite blurry.
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Some noise in the sky. Sensor/dust spots in the sky. Leaning verticals. Underexposed shadows. Soft focus. Awkward composition. This would have been more pleasing if you had included more of the building and offset the tower using the rule of thirds rather than centering it.
Hi @Maryam27399943k1w0 ,
The photo has excessive noise - both noise grains and chromatic noise. There is a a halo around the edges. There are lost details of the trees on the right. It is also underexposed.
Brighten up the photo a bit, straighten the minaret, and crop to a portrait version, you get a better composition.
However, with these corrections, I don't think the quality is good enough for Adobe Stock.