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New to Adobe stock - could you tell me why this photo was rejected for technical issues
The file has two main issues.
One is noise/grain.
The other, the technical issue, color noise of chromatic aberration, and color fringing.
The color fringing is slight and is not noticeable except you look very close at the edges. The color noise, however is visible in the dark areas below the red wire and within the triangle formed by the bar of the steeing wheel, and the cross bar. In those areas, the dark is not black, but purple-green. To see these issue you need to zoom in at 100% or more.
The next observation is based on preference. I do not know if this was taken in consideration since it falls under technical issues also. I believe your composition would have been better including all the meters on the dashboard.
If I were you, I would submit it a second time in a few days. However, for your first submissions to Adobe Stock, make sure your first three picture are perfect, sharp from edge to edge, the black and the white perfectly balanced, and a nice composition.
I don't see much of an issue with noise or chromatic aberration, but white balance. The picture is a bit too yellow/green. The green being from the army jeep's dashboard. (It looks like army colours.) So, you have to increase magenta and decrease yellow just a bit.
Have a read of this. It's a brief guide on image quality.