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Solicitação de Orientações para Aprimorar Qualidade de Foto Rejeitada no Adobe Stock

Community Beginner ,
Jan 30, 2024 Jan 30, 2024

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Olá, comunidade do Adobe Stock,

Sou um novo colaborador aqui na plataforma e estou em processo de aprendizado sobre os critérios de envio de fotografias. Recentemente, submeti uma foto que foi rejeitada com a seguinte justificativa: 'Infelizmente, esta imagem não atende aos nossos padrões de qualidade devido a problemas de exposição, foco suave, filtragem excessiva ou artefatos/ruído'.

Gostaria de solicitar a ajuda de vocês para entender melhor esses pontos. Se possível, gostaria de mais detalhes sobre os aspectos específicos que levaram à rejeição da minha foto. Essa orientação será muito valiosa para que eu possa melhorar minhas próximas submissões e atender aos padrões de qualidade exigidos pelo Adobe Stock.

Agradeço antecipadamente por qualquer feedback ou dica que possam oferecer!

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Community Expert , Jan 31, 2024 Jan 31, 2024

All of your photos are too dark. Check your histogram. It probably indicates all pixels are on the left side. Your photos are also too soft. Use software in post processing to sharpen the subjects. The horizon on your second photo is not level and should be on a Rule of Thirds line or in the middle. The third and last  photos have blown out highlights.

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Community Expert , Jan 31, 2024 Jan 31, 2024

The rejection reason is "quality issues", the rest is stock text, not exactly targeted to your assets, but only the most common errors. In your case, the major problem is exposure, which needs to be addressed. As it is true that nights pictures live from the light dark contrast, you still need to carefully expose the picture and later edit the asset, to get a correctly exposed picture, with no shadows disapearing in the complete dark and no highlights getting clipped and taking away detail in th

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Community Expert , Jan 31, 2024 Jan 31, 2024

Foto004-NG.JPG - depth of field is too shallow, it's underexposed and there is chroma noise in the darker areas.

Foto003-NG.JPG - underexposed, noise and blownout area in the upper left corner 

Foto002-NG.JPG - underexposed. Black areas appear to have no detail whatsoever

Foto001-NG.jpg - same issues as Foto004

 

 

 

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Community Expert , Feb 03, 2024 Feb 03, 2024

Digital noise, chroma noise, and underexposure can possibly be fixed in PS or LRC; however focus issues and blownout areas cannot be fixed - unless you can replace the blownout area with data from other areas in the photo.

 

The flower image can be lightened a bit, but it will still probably be rejected because it's not in sharp focus. Zoom in to 100%+, and you'll see that the pistils and stamens are blurry. The general advice here is that one shouldn't expend much energy on uploading floral ima

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Community Expert , Feb 03, 2024 Feb 03, 2024

I use a plant identification app called "Seek" because I love knowing the names of the specimens that I see when I'm out hiking. It's free and probably available in your area. And even if your floral images aren't suitable for Adobe Stock, you should still take pictures just for the joy of it!

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Community Expert , Feb 03, 2024 Feb 03, 2024

You can do anything you want deliberately, when you submit pictures to social media, but here you really need “correct” pictures. If they are beautiful, mysterious or anything else, great, but they need to meet the quality requirements first. It's like building the most beautiful car, but it does not drive.

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All of your photos are too dark. Check your histogram. It probably indicates all pixels are on the left side. Your photos are also too soft. Use software in post processing to sharpen the subjects. The horizon on your second photo is not level and should be on a Rule of Thirds line or in the middle. The third and last  photos have blown out highlights.

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Community Beginner ,
Feb 03, 2024 Feb 03, 2024

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Thanks for your review! I purposely made the photo of the flower darker to give it an air. Leave the photo with a mysterious and introspective air through the darkening, but I don't think it worked, could I edit it and send it again?

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Feb 03, 2024 Feb 03, 2024

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Hmm! The photo is really "crooked", the horizon is tilted to the left and I didn't see that! Thank you for your observation and could I edit and fix this or could I send this same photo again?

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Hello,

To begin with, your photos are a tad underexposed. You need to add more light to them.

Read these links about exposure and composition. This also needs work.

 

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The rejection reason is "quality issues", the rest is stock text, not exactly targeted to your assets, but only the most common errors. In your case, the major problem is exposure, which needs to be addressed. As it is true that nights pictures live from the light dark contrast, you still need to carefully expose the picture and later edit the asset, to get a correctly exposed picture, with no shadows disapearing in the complete dark and no highlights getting clipped and taking away detail in the picture. It's very difficult to work this out, as the dynamic range of camera sensors is limited.

 

In addition, looking at one picture, I detected this: 

Abambo_0-1706703888456.png

This will result probably in a subsequential IP refusal. You need to edit out any identifiers and logos before submitting.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Community Beginner ,
Feb 03, 2024 Feb 03, 2024

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Oh!! Thank you very much for your response and review! I hadn't seen that sign! Can I edit this photo and re-send it again?

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Foto004-NG.JPG - depth of field is too shallow, it's underexposed and there is chroma noise in the darker areas.

Foto003-NG.JPG - underexposed, noise and blownout area in the upper left corner 

Foto002-NG.JPG - underexposed. Black areas appear to have no detail whatsoever

Foto001-NG.jpg - same issues as Foto004

 

 

 

Jill C., Forum Volunteer

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Thank you very much for your response and valuable evaluation, I learned a lot from these submissions and the responses I received!
In the photo "Foto004-NG.JPG" everything was intentional but I hadn't noticed the chromatic noise, the rest doesn't seem to work out very well, I have to change that in the future!
In the photo "Foto003-NG.JPG" it's true, I hadn't noticed the blownout area, I left it underexposed on purpose to create a mysterious look, which didn't work and I couldn't deal with the noise!
In the photo "Foto002-NG.JPG" I left it underexposed because the sky was turning light navy blue as I increased the exposure and as for the black areas, I hadn't seen those details, it seems that my approach didn't work out very well either!
In the photo "Foto002-NG.JPG" same thing in the case of the exhibition, it was deliberate to create a mysterious air perhaps, I see now that I shouldn't have done that!
Can I edit photos 1, 2 and 3, increasing the exposure in Lighroom and re-sending them again?

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Digital noise, chroma noise, and underexposure can possibly be fixed in PS or LRC; however focus issues and blownout areas cannot be fixed - unless you can replace the blownout area with data from other areas in the photo.

 

The flower image can be lightened a bit, but it will still probably be rejected because it's not in sharp focus. Zoom in to 100%+, and you'll see that the pistils and stamens are blurry. The general advice here is that one shouldn't expend much energy on uploading floral images since they are already quite over-represented in the Adobe Stock database. The exception would be if you had captured an unusual/rare variety, in which case you'd need to include both the common and Latin terms for the flower in your keywords.

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True, I'm going to give up on this photo then (of the flower) but I have another one that's rarer and more striking, it's a shame that I, at the time, didn't take a very good photo, besides being in the center of the photo, I went back to the park and the bush Don't hesitate anymore! I just didn't send it because of the quality, but I'll try to treat it and send it because of its rarity and if it's very eye-catching (if I find her name)! Thanks again for your professional help!

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I use a plant identification app called "Seek" because I love knowing the names of the specimens that I see when I'm out hiking. It's free and probably available in your area. And even if your floral images aren't suitable for Adobe Stock, you should still take pictures just for the joy of it!

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You can do anything you want deliberately, when you submit pictures to social media, but here you really need “correct” pictures. If they are beautiful, mysterious or anything else, great, but they need to meet the quality requirements first. It's like building the most beautiful car, but it does not drive.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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