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Hi,

Please provide information what could happen?

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Adobe Community Professional , Feb 02, 2022 Feb 02, 2022
1.  Underexposed and not enough in focus2.  The DOF and out of focus cacti in the front are very distracting3.  The bee should be the focal point and is out of focus4.  Blown out highlights and out of focus thistle seeds5.  Butterfly is not in sharp focus Generally, it is depth of field issues (either needs more depth or focus on the the right subject.)  The other main issue is underexposed shadows. Good luck, I hope this helps. -Rob

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1.  Underexposed and not enough in focus

2.  The DOF and out of focus cacti in the front are very distracting

3.  The bee should be the focal point and is out of focus

4.  Blown out highlights and out of focus thistle seeds

5.  Butterfly is not in sharp focus

 

Generally, it is depth of field issues (either needs more depth or focus on the the right subject.)  The other main issue is underexposed shadows.

 

Good luck, I hope this helps.

 

-Rob

 


Rob R, Photographer

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Hi,

 

Thank you very much for clarification. 

Good lesson to me!

 

/Pawel

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Blurry focus is the main reason.  None of these are sharply focused.

Try using a tripod to reduce camera shake and motion.

Increase your Depth of Field.

 

Also there a millions of plants, flowers and insects in Adobe Stock's inventory.  Are you really sure you want to compete with millions of other photos in these categories?

 

 

 

 

Nancy O'Shea, Adobe Product User & Community Professional
Alt-Web Design & Publishing ~ Web : Print : Graphics : Media

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