Rejected photos, why?

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Photo 1: noise, poor crop, overexposed highlights.

Photo 2: focus, overexposed highlights.

Photo 3: focus, noise.

Photo4: focus, overexposed highlights, underexposed shadows.

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Photo 1: noise, poor crop, overexposed highlights.

Photo 2: focus, overexposed highlights.

Photo 3: focus, noise.

Photo4: focus, overexposed highlights, underexposed shadows.

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You should tell us why! But in your case, it's an easy guess: Technical Issues: Focus, noise, exposure. The moderator will refuse on the first error he or she sees.

 

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Hi @Nanda25185493d7iu,

Zoom in on you photos to between 100 and 200% to inspect for faults.

All your photos have noisy grains - both luminance and chromatic noise. The out of focus rose bud in the forefront of the fist file should not be. Either you include it in the focus or remove it from in front of the subject. I like the exposure of that one except you needed to take down the highlights a little and add some contrast in post processing. Of course you also need to do noise correction in post processing.

Details are lost in the highlights of the second file. That too you needed to do highlights reduction and to add some contrast as well as correct noise.

The third seem to have a slight depth of field issue. Possibly a stop up would be good enough to get total sharp edge. Or probably stepping back a bit depending on how close you were to the subject. The out of focus rose bud in the forefront should not be and like the others there are noise grains and contrast issues.

The final file is definitely over exposed. Details are lost in the highlighted areas which is most of the image. It is not easy capturing pleasing stock photos with high dynamic range. You'd either have to shoot for high dynamic range which involve multiple shots at different exposures, or filtering in light to the shadow areas while you capture at the correct exposure.

I suggest you do a course in the foundation and fundamentals of photography so that you can produce better stock photo images. This link will give you some tips to look out for when submitting stock photos and also a link to LinkedIn learn where you can select courses in photography.

Best wishes

Jacquelin

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