I just start my journey in Photography and edition. I tried to upload some of my pictures to adobe stock and all of them was rejected. I am pretty new and I don´t know what is the technical issue, but I would love to hear feedback from you. 🙂
I really appreciate your feedback and support.
I'll comment onbly on the second photo because I really like that one.
This is what I see:
-- The photo white balance is too blue.
-- The photo is underexposed.
-- Highlights and shadows need to be adjusted to bring back details.
-- There is some chromatic abberation.
The pictures are really nice and in a photo competition I could imagine that they would get points.
But: unfortunately, for stock, you should deliver naturally looking pictures, without fancy filters and monochrome conversions.
First: In the histogram, you are missing the blacks, which gets you to that nice-looking appearance. Unfortunately, for stock, it is better to have a correctly exposed (processed) picture.
I also think that the saturation is too strong.
I would also photoshop out most of those reflections or at least correct the chromatic aberrations:
I would recommend to give up the programs, setting the camera in manual mode and shooting raw.
Second: I agree with @Ralph Lear .
Third: Desaturated pictures are rarely accepted to the stock database. In addition, it's not really in focus.
Fourth: The histogram shows an underexposed picture:
In addition, it is undersaturated. The DOF could be better, but I doubt that this was the major refusal reason.
Last picture: This picture is bad, with most elements out of focus. In addition, there are many artefacts:
Blown out reflections and chromatic aberration:
The histogram shows also missing blacks.
If you are new to stock, you should consider these resources: https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/tutorials.html
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See here for rejection reasons: https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/help/reasons-for-content-rejection.html
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