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New Here ,
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Hi , could anyone please help me regarding rejection of my image,,? it is said that we cant approve your image due to technical reasons....can anyone tell me please what are these technical reasons? Thanks

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New Here , May 15, 2021 May 15, 2021
Hello! It is likely because the subject is out of focus/not sharp enough. 

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LEGEND , May 15, 2021 May 15, 2021
Also, the view of the subject is blocked by vegetation. Remarkable shot as it is, Adobe's customers are looking for perfect "TV documentary quality" wildlife shots. They do not consider rarity or difficulty at all.

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Adobe Community Professional , May 15, 2021 May 15, 2021
Portraits, even of wild life, need to have sharp eyes. This one has not (100%): In addition to that, the picture exposes colour noise and luminance noise at a high level: Looking the overall picture, you have that annoying patch of something and also some grass crossing the face. You can't do anything about this, it's there, but it's ruining the usability of the picture. Last, but not least, the picture is badly exposed. Looking into the histogram  I see that the whites are completely absent...

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Hello! It is likely because the subject is out of focus/not sharp enough. 

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Also, the view of the subject is blocked by vegetation. Remarkable shot as it is, Adobe's customers are looking for perfect "TV documentary quality" wildlife shots. They do not consider rarity or difficulty at all.

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I think both @Test Screen Name  and @OhBeKind are both correct.

Especialy, @OhBeKind. The photo needs to be lightened up some and it is not quite sharp enough. I assume the loss of sharpness was due to post production noise reduction. If so, add some details and lighten up on the noise reduction. 

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Portraits, even of wild life, need to have sharp eyes. This one has not (100%):

Abambo_1-1621103846809.png

In addition to that, the picture exposes colour noise and luminance noise at a high level:

Abambo_2-1621103938076.png

Looking the overall picture, you have that annoying patch of something and also some grass crossing the face.

Abambo_3-1621104168021.png

You can't do anything about this, it's there, but it's ruining the usability of the picture.

Last, but not least, the picture is badly exposed. Looking into the histogram

Abambo_5-1621104349657.png

 I see that the whites are completely absent and the highlights missing to a great extent.

FYI: the correct histogram for this picture would show something like this:

Abambo_6-1621104501058.png and the picture would look like this:

Abambo_7-1621104578237.png

 

Any of those errors would by its own disqualify the image.

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ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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