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so it's the "technical issues" I need help with

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Oct 26, 2021 Oct 26, 2021

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these are fastly different pictures, i think, but they all got the same rejection - and i'm not sure how to differentiate the problems. i'd really love to recieve your critic and help.

Mara 😃

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Adobe Community Professional , Oct 26, 2021 Oct 26, 2021
Hi Mara, Technical issues may be in “vastly different pictures”, errors are not subject dependant. However, you should limit the posting to 2 to 3 pictures a time. It takes time to analyse the pictures and after a while, you will be able to do that on your own. 4973: Missing contrast, noise. Photographing into the sun is difficult and needs some editing as the sensor dynamics will not keep pace with the subject. It helps to set the ISO to the lowest possible value here. 7724: Out of focus an...

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Hi Mara,

 

Technical issues may be in “vastly different pictures”, errors are not subject dependant. However, you should limit the posting to 2 to 3 pictures a time. It takes time to analyse the pictures and after a while, you will be able to do that on your own.

 

4973: Missing contrast, noise. Photographing into the sun is difficult and needs some editing as the sensor dynamics will not keep pace with the subject. It helps to set the ISO to the lowest possible value here.

7724: Out of focus and chromatic aberration.

0991: Chromatic aberration Abambo_0-1635249152936.png and white balance. In addition, you have an IP problem (name of the ship, several logos) and you need to supply a model release for all people recognizable in the picture.

8331: Out of focus, noise, white balance and underexposed. Look at the histogram. Highlights and whites are missing (right part).

Abambo_1-1635249496414.png

 

0491: Colour noise, probably is the DOF too narrow.

5338: Out of focus, underexposed (look at the histogram), noise. There are also multiple IP violations (name of the ship, pier number, several logos like Coca-Cola etc).

3004: Out of focus, noise, B&W. Don't convert your pictures to B&W, as most of those will be refused. The customer can easily convert to B&W, but he cannot get the colour back.

6221: Out of focus, chromatic aberration, noise.

 

Look at your pictures at 100% and 200% (sometimes 300%) to detect image defects. If you see them, correct them. Out of focus cannot be corrected. Logos and other identifiers are IP violations and get you a refusal of otherwise perfect images. Model releases are needed for recognizable people. Property releases are required for recognizable properties (ie pictures inside a house).

 

If you are new to stock, you should consider these resources: https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/tutorials.html
Please read the contributor user manual for more information on Adobe stock contributions: https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/user-guide.html
See here for rejection reasons: https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/help/reasons-for-content-rejection.html
and especially quality and technical issues: https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/help/quality-and-technical-issues.html

 

 

 

 

 

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Oct 27, 2021 Oct 27, 2021

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Vielen Dank für die rasche Antwort, trotz der vielen Bilder!

Ich werde die Ratschläge auf jeden Fall berücksichtigen - allein der Tipp mit der Vergrößerung auf >200% sollte schon viele Bilder ausschließen. noise/iso/fokus - alles Dinge die ich selbst korrigieren kann und muss und da es Bilder mit der alten Kamera sind, sollte sich ein großer Teil mit der neuen (Chromatische Aberrationen/Noise) schon selbst erledigt haben (die wurden auch nicht abgelehnt).

 

Thank you for the quick reply, despite the many pictures! Please excuse my spelling - speaking comes much easier to me... 😉

I will definitely take the advice into account - just the tip with the enlargement alone: to >200% - this should already exclude many pictures... Noise / Iso / Focus - all things I can and must correct myself - and since these are pictures with my old camera, a large part of the issues should be taken care of (chromatic aberration/noise) by the new camera (those few pictues were not rejected)

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(...) da es Bilder mit der alten Kamera sind, sollte sich ein großer Teil mit der neuen (Chromatische Aberrationen/Noise) schon selbst erledigt haben (die wurden auch nicht abgelehnt).

 

By @mara0707

Ich habe chromatische Aberration auch mit exzellenten Festbrennweiten, auch wenn diese schwächer und seltener ist. Diese ist recht einfach in der Nachbearbeitung zu beheben, besonders wenn man im RAW-Format fotografiert.

 

Die Kamera selbst hat keinen Einfluss auf die Bildmoderation, aber es ist einfacher mit einer guten Kamera mit größerem Bildsensor und entsprechenden Objektiven Bilder zu schießen, welche die Moderation überstehen.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Adobe Stock customers expect the highest visual and technical quality for use in their own commercial projects. No matter what type of camera you use, all images are judged the same way for focus, details, depth-of-field, white balance, color saturation, exposure, cropping, camera angle, and commercial value.  Read these links:

 

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

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Adobe Stock customers expect the highest visual and technical quality for use in their own commercial projects. No matter what type of camera you use, all images are judged the same way for focus, details, depth-of-field, white balance, color saturation, exposure, cropping, camera angle, and commercial value.


By @Nancy OShea

Which is fine and I do understand it.

But still: it sometimes helps to get feedback or pointed things out - which @Abambo did amazingly well.

 

Besides, it should be no issue for Adobe stock which camera anyone uses. But it helped me in making less obvious mistakes, or to improve myself over time, as my pictures taken late 2021 did not get rejected- which ever way

I try to get your points right, improve and try with better quality later 👍🏼

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The two cameras you speak of are a Nikon d5200 and a Nikon d500, correct?  

 

You are sort of right, the d500 is superior to the d5200.  But I have several images in my portfolio from a d5200 and can personally attest to it being a very capable camera.  I shoot low light landscapes and my shooting technique is the only thing that has held me back.  

 

 

-George Folster
Fine Art Landscape Photographer

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Lenses have a much greater influence on image quality than the camera, given that you can shoot at a low ISO and focus correctly.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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I'm trying to remember if chromatic aberration in particular happens from the lens, camera, or combination of the two.  Do you know which it is?

-George Folster
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I'm trying to remember if chromatic aberration in particular happens from the lens, camera, or combination of the two.  Do you know which it is?


By @George.Folster

 

The lens, basically! Good lenses have extensive chromatic aberration correction. The same sensor, but different lenses, gives different degrees of chromatic aberration. But the sensor has also some influence on this. Read this Wikipedia article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chromatic_aberration.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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