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Rejected for Quality Issues

Community Beginner ,
Jan 11, 2023 Jan 11, 2023

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Hi, I've recently had a number of photos rejected for Quality Issues. I only have a laptop screen to review these on and don't see any issues. Hope somone can give me some insight.2022-09-- 00001-5.JPG2022-10-- 00001-3.JPG2022-10-- 00001-5.JPG

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Community Expert ,
Jan 11, 2023 Jan 11, 2023

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First image has artifacts, particularly in the background. Second and third image have focus issues. You must zoom in between 100-200% and inspect every part of the image carefully. If the laptop screen is inadequate, and you intend of continue editing and uploading images to Adobe stock, you'll need to get a decent external monitor. 

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Jan 11, 2023 Jan 11, 2023

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Hi @gerryb70481725 ,

All three photos are not completely sharp. The first image has a halo parallel to the edge of the vertical boards. The first and second file has white balance issues. The first file has color noise. The second file is a bit dark in the shadows.

You need to zoom in to find the issues. It might be a bit time consuming on the small display, but if you know what to look for, you should be able to find them zooming in using a viewer on the laptop.

The info here will help you to see what to look for.

Best wishes

Jacquelin

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Community Expert ,
Jan 11, 2023 Jan 11, 2023

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Diseased grapes, what a shame.  Not sure how much commercial appeal this will have for customers though.  😕

 

Anwyway, use Photoshop's Navigator panel to zoom in/out and move to selected regions of your image.  Close inspection is the best way to see flaws.

 

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Hope that helps.

 

 

 

 

 

Nancy O'Shea— Product User, Community Expert & Moderator
Alt-Web Design & Publishing ~ Web : Print : Graphics : Media

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They're not diseased. This is what vines look like after the harvest. Overripe grapes are left on the vines, and the leaves remain until they fall off in autumn. Nevertheless, the image does have focus issues and appears to be oversaturated.

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