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Rejected for tecnical Issues

Community Beginner ,
Jan 15, 2019 Jan 15, 2019

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Hello to everybody !

I'm  starting Acrobad contributor. I got answer on my first upload . There was one picture that was refused because some technical errors. Could someone help me to undestend my misstakes ?
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Adobe Community Professional , Jan 15, 2019 Jan 15, 2019
The main problem is the white balance - it's too yellow, so you need to bring down the colour temperature - reduce the yellow a bit.Auto tone/colour in photoshop can at times do a great job!

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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It's a great picture. I do not find a valid reason for a rejection. May be ricky336​ has a clue?

You may look into this: Quality and technical issues rejected at Adobe Stock

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Thank you for your answer !

I'm glad you liked my picture !

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The main problem is the white balance - it's too yellow, so you need to bring down the colour temperature - reduce the yellow a bit.

IMG_3623.white balance.jpg

Auto tone/colour in photoshop can at times do a great job!

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Thank you for your answer ! I got it .

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Yes, you could discuss the colour balance, but it's in an acceptable range. But it may well be that there was a really picky moderator...

What we do not see are the keywords. I tend more into something like that. But that would be non-compliant!

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Yes, a little bit less yellow, a little bit more vibrance... and the picture is great.

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It's still too yellow, and too strong for me and probably the moderator...

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I have pictures accepted that are more "yellow" than this one:

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It's a different type of picture and scene.

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Yes, that I agree. It's a different kind of picture, different scene but also the processing is done in one direction. And it's clear that you can do colour balance in different directions. But there may be a factor much more important than that: It was probably a different moderator.

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