Why would these not be accepted?
Thank you for allowing us to evaluate your photos. However, we cannot effectively do so with the thumbnails. You will need to upload the photos with the resolution you upload to Adobe.
As Jacquelin indicated the images cannot be properly evaluated in the size you uploaded; however it's easy to see that the 2nd image has numerous IP violations due to the logos displayed.
Also, as well as the original photos, please include the reasons Adobe gave you for rejecting each one (e.g. IP violation, artefacts, technical issue...)
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Hope that helps.
I see no chance to get the second picture through, even if technically correct, because of the multiple logos on the helmet. One fault, that I see on both pictures, is the framing has been done poorly. I also expect tons of artefacts and noise. Look at your picture at 100% and 200% and check according to @Nancy OShea`s links.
Thanks guys I really didn't think the logos through on that photo. I was just k8nda proud of myself on how well it turned out. Not only did I take the photo but the helmet was given to me by a friend. It was old faded wore out with an old Metallica sticker on the back. So again thanks guys I will think those things through next time. And honestly I can see the point on why the moon wasn't expected quite honestly if I was going to buy that photo I would probably skip it. Thanks guys
One idea on the helmet: It may work to cover the logos on the helmet and retake the picture, if the covering is identical in color to the helmet and doesn't mess with the shape. I photograph equipment some and have found ways to discretely conceal logos and other labeling. However, a poorly-done covering will probably be rejected.