I am unable to discern the tech issues with my 2 images which were rejected. Also, what happened to the other 64 which I uploaded?
How do I show you which ones are rejected....?
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Thank you for your help. i'm guessing the white flower edges are its issue. the pink one I'm not sure.
I see issues with focus, exposure, grain and cropping.
Hi @Felicia R. ,
Those are nice images except your crop is a bit close.
The first rose is noisy and needed for you to step back a bit so as to get a better depth of field, and framing with negative space around the subject..
The second has color fringing, and is too soft around the edges for centre focus and crop badly for entire rose as the subject.
Can't comment without seeing the image except to say that Adobe Stock looks for highest visual and technical quality as well as commercial appeal.
How does your work compare with other Stock Contributor's submissions in the same keyword categories?
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Hi @Felicia R. ,
When you upload files, you find them at "Uploaded Files" on the black menu bar - "New" on the white menu bar.
Beside "New" is "In View". There is where your files go when you tag them in "New" and submit.
When Adobe rejects files they go to "Not Accepted" on the white menu bar.
If your files are accepted they go to "Dashboard" on the black menu bar. To see your public portfolio go to "Contributor Account" on the black menu bar. At the top right of the new page is the link to your public portfolio. Best wishes
I agree with Jacquelin, the crop is too tight for both pictures. You need to give it more room, this would also ensure that the person using this image would be able to crop to their own requirements. As it stands, there isn't any room at all!