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Super Resolution (enhanced details) - Can we use this feature for stock submissions?

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Feb 17, 2022 Feb 17, 2022

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In regards to Lightroom's Super Resolution (enhanced details) capabilities,  can we use this uprezzing (Adobe created ) feature before we submit for our images to interpolate the resolution, or will the submission get flagged for not being the/a particualr camera's native resolution and rejected on a technical issue basis?  

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Community Expert , Feb 18, 2022 Feb 18, 2022

Hello,

I think using enhanced in Lightroom/Lightroom Classic would be fine, and wouldn't be rejected based solely on this.

Read about it below:

Enhance fine details in raw images (adobe.com)

 

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Enthusiast ,
Feb 17, 2022 Feb 17, 2022

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I wouldn't bother uprezzing it, as per Adobe's guidelines:

 

Do: Zoom in 100% and check your file before submitting.

Don’t: Compress files too much — this creates irreparable pixelation.

Don’t: Enlarge files.

Don’t: Add text or watermarks.

 

https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/help/photography-illustrations.html

 


Rob R, Photographer

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Feb 17, 2022 Feb 17, 2022

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It won't be rejected because it's above the camera's native resolution, but because it simply is not good enough for world class commercial photography that will be examined in close detail. 

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Feb 17, 2022 Feb 17, 2022

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I would say use whichever tools you need as long as they do what is required and don't harm your image in other ways.

 

Automagic filters and convenient widgets tend to have consequences that can lead to other problems.  As a student many years ago, my instructors often said "you never get something for nothing."  There are always trade-offs.  Especially in photography. 

 

Nancy O'Shea, Product User & Community Expert
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Hello,

I think using enhanced in Lightroom/Lightroom Classic would be fine, and wouldn't be rejected based solely on this.

Read about it below:

Enhance fine details in raw images (adobe.com)

 

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