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Apr 26, 2021 Apr 26, 2021

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Trees and stone at Poza Los Coyotes.JPGSunset at Monteverde, Puntarenas, Costa Rica.JPGPots & bowls.JPG

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Adobe Community Professional , Apr 27, 2021 Apr 27, 2021
Take a look at the photos in 100% size, what do you see? I see large blurred areas in picture 1 and 3. There is no detail in picture 2. This problem can be seen in many cell phone photos that were photographed with little light. You can take good photos with your mobile phone, so try to photograph simple subjects instead of landscapes first. You could also use a small tripod to avoid blurring.

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Apr 26, 2021 Apr 26, 2021

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Hi @Arianne Beeche,

Adobe Stock customers expect highest visual and technical quality for professional use. See links below.
https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/help/reasons-for-content-rejection.html
https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/help/quality-and-technical-issues.html

 

Also check out what other Stock Contributors are doing in your keyword categories. Keeping in mind that Adobe Stock's inventory  already contains over 9 million sunsets, ask youself "If I were a Stock customer, would I buy this image instead of what is already represented?"

 

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

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Take a look at the photos in 100% size, what do you see? I see large blurred areas in picture 1 and 3. There is no detail in picture 2. This problem can be seen in many cell phone photos that were photographed with little light. You can take good photos with your mobile phone, so try to photograph simple subjects instead of landscapes first. You could also use a small tripod to avoid blurring.

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Thank you very much!

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They are blurred, the sunset photo is underexposed and the composition isn't very good as well. They don't make for good stock photos.

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