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Jun 14, 2021 Jun 14, 2021

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Hello, Could I get some more info please

Thanks in advanceIMG_2649 copy teal flower.JPG

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Adobe Community Professional , Jun 14, 2021 Jun 14, 2021
The image is artful, but is out of focus, a strange unnatural tint, and has significant artifacts and noise in the background section to the left. It looks you've used a brush to soften the background, but have hit the edges of the petals as well, making them lose their shape and texture.

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Adobe Community Professional , Jun 14, 2021 Jun 14, 2021
As a rule, Adobe Stock customer's prefer high quality, natural looking, full color photos that we can use in our own projects.  If the project warrants it, we will apply or own filters & colorizing. See links below. https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/help/reasons-for-content-rejection.htmlhttps://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/help/quality-and-technical-issues.htmlhttps://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/user-guide.html/stock/contributor/help/photography-illustrations.ug.htmlhttps:/...

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Adobe Community Professional , Jun 15, 2021 Jun 15, 2021
NO, NO, NO.  Removing pixels from a poor image will make it WORSE, not better. For best results, start your art projects in Photoshop with the proper canvas size. DO NOT be tempted to make images bigger (upsample) after creating them because it looks bad and Adobe Stock will not accept them. Technical requirements Submit images in JPEG format. Use color space sRGB Minimum image resolution: 4 MP (megapixels) Maximum image resolution: 100 MP (megapixels) Maximum file size: 45 MB (megabytes...

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Jun 14, 2021 Jun 14, 2021

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The image is artful, but is out of focus, a strange unnatural tint, and has significant artifacts and noise in the background section to the left. It looks you've used a brush to soften the background, but have hit the edges of the petals as well, making them lose their shape and texture.

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Jun 14, 2021 Jun 14, 2021

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Thank you Jill

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Jun 14, 2021 Jun 14, 2021

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Thanks Nancy, I'll keep that in mind. Cheers

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As a rule, Adobe Stock customer's prefer high quality, natural looking, full color photos that we can use in our own projects.  If the project warrants it, we will apply or own filters & colorizing.

 

See links below.

 

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

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I agree with @Jill_C . Still, I think the biggest issue is the focus.

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Jun 15, 2021 Jun 15, 2021

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Hello, Just wondering if I reduce the size of the image, do you think that will work for a resubmission? 🙂

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Jun 15, 2021 Jun 15, 2021

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You mean cropping it to eliminate some of the background? No, it won't matter, because you still have the soft focus problem which cannot be fixed. 

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Jun 15, 2021 Jun 15, 2021

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Hey Jill, I meant reducing the number of pixels in the whole image (no cropping). This with have the effect of reducing the blur size when viewed at 100%. 

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NO, NO, NO.  Removing pixels from a poor image will make it WORSE, not better.

 

For best results, start your art projects in Photoshop with the proper canvas size. DO NOT be tempted to make images bigger (upsample) after creating them because it looks bad and Adobe Stock will not accept them.

Technical requirements

  • Submit images in JPEG format.
  • Use color space sRGB
  • Minimum image resolution: 4 MP (megapixels)
  • Maximum image resolution: 100 MP (megapixels)
  • Maximum file size: 45 MB (megabytes)
  • No watermarks or timestamps
  • Do not upsample your files; submit the maximum file size that your camera can produce.

 

If you need more help with using Photoshop to set-up your canvas/artboard, please post your questions in the Photoshop Community Support forum.

https://community.adobe.com/t5/photoshop/bd-p/photoshop?page=1&sort=latest_replies&filter=all

 

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

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Jun 16, 2021 Jun 16, 2021

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okay thanks Nancy

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