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Technische Probleme

Community Beginner ,
Jul 04, 2021 Jul 04, 2021

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Alle meine Bilder werden "abgelehnt" wegen Technischen Problemen.

Ich Photographiere mit meinem I-Phone, ist das schon das Problem?

Hat jemand von euch eine Idee? Bitte helft mir.

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Jul 04, 2021 Jul 04, 2021
Hello @Goran5EDA , like we tell almost everybody, "you need to view your photos at 100% to 300%"! If you do, you will clearly see that your cameras JPEG converter has created posterization artifacts in the sky around all of the edges.

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Adobe Community Professional , Jul 04, 2021 Jul 04, 2021
Adobe Stock does not automatically reject iPhone images; however you do still need to run them through an editor to fix any issues. Upon first glance, I can detect that this image has a white balance problem; the snow is too blue/gray. Since you did not post a full size image, I cannot zoom in to see if there are other issues. Moderators will always zoom in to at least 100% to look for fringing, focus issues, and other artifacts.

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Adobe Community Professional , Jul 04, 2021 Jul 04, 2021
Adobe stock does accept black and white images, but only in very rare cases.

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Adobe Community Professional , Jul 04, 2021 Jul 04, 2021
Hi @Goran5EDA , To maximize the potential for sales it is best uploading your images in color and allow the customer who wants black and white do the conversion.  Some customers need their images for print projects. Where details are lost will turn out plain. When printed. dark areas will turn out plain black, over exposed, or too white will be plain without details. It is important that all contrasting details are visible.  In addition to lens and sensor sizes, telephone cameras do not have t...

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Hello @Goran5EDA , like we tell almost everybody, "you need to view your photos at 100% to 300%"!

If you do, you will clearly see that your cameras JPEG converter has created posterization artifacts in the sky around all of the edges.

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Community Beginner ,
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Vielen Dank, so genau hatte ich das Bild nicht gesehen.

Ich sollte die Bilder besser prüfen.

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Hi @Goran5EDA ,

I do believe there is too much of a wide dynamic range. Some places details are lost because of being too dark, others because of too white.

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JG

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Vielen dank, ich werde meine Bilder prüfen. Aber ehrlich gesagt sind manche Dinge auch gewollt. Wie machst du es dann? Schließlich sind alle Fotos auch eine Art Kunst?!

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jul 04, 2021 Jul 04, 2021

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Adobe Stock ist mehr Handwerk als Kunst. Der Käufer soll ein handwerklich einwandfreies Bild bekommen. Wenn die Bilder dann auch künsterlich interessant sind, ist es umso besser. Zu große Kontraste sind allerdings eher unzulässig.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Hi @Goran5EDA ,

To maximize the potential for sales it is best uploading your images in color and allow the customer who wants black and white do the conversion. 

Some customers need their images for print projects. Where details are lost will turn out plain. When printed. dark areas will turn out plain black, over exposed, or too white will be plain without details. It is important that all contrasting details are visible. 

 

In addition to lens and sensor sizes, telephone cameras do not have the flexibility of optical zoom and large depth of field. My experience with digital zoom, the final product is not of high quality. Depth of field is important for completely sharp images. But as was highlighted, your images are not judged based on what they are taken with, but the final products to be sold along with those taken by modern, DSLR cameras used by experienced photographers. 

 

Your phone camera has limitations that will allow you to take good quality of limited subjects. With practice you will be able to identify those subjects, but for greater flexibility you might need a larger camera.

 

Best wishes

JG

Photographer and Nutrition Author

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Adobe Stock does not accept black and white conversions. 

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Schwarz/weiß ist also nicht erlaubt. Das hab ich verstanden, ist es ein problem für "Adobe Stock", das ich die Bilder mit meinem Iphone 12 pro mache? Und wenn nicht, wie stelle ich diese Bilder richtig ein? Ich bin ratlos!

Danke für deine Tip's

 

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Adobe Stock does not automatically reject iPhone images; however you do still need to run them through an editor to fix any issues. Upon first glance, I can detect that this image has a white balance problem; the snow is too blue/gray. Since you did not post a full size image, I cannot zoom in to see if there are other issues. Moderators will always zoom in to at least 100% to look for fringing, focus issues, and other artifacts.

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Ich danke dir für die schnelle Antwort. Ich habe das Bild in voller Größe hier eingefügt?! Du sprachst von einem Editor, wo finde ich den geeigneten? Soll ich die Bilder eventuell, direkt vom Handy auf Stock veröffentlichen? Momentan nutze ich Google Foto um sie zwischen zu speichern.

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I use Adobe Lightroom Classic for the majority of my edits, and occasionally have to do additional editing in Adobe Photoshop. There is also a version of Adobe Lightroom that will run on your iPhone or iPad. There is a bit of a learning curve, but it's time well spent if you're at all interested in improving your images. There are many training courses available for Lightroom, as well as tutorials on Adobe website, and lots of free content on YouTube relating to both Lightroom and Photoshop.

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Vielen Dank, nochmals.

Du hast mir sehr geholfen.

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Lightroom auf dem iPhone erlaubt auch das Fotografieren unter RAW. RAW erlaubt eine bessere Nachbearbeitung. Grundsätzlich sind Handybilder erlaubt, allerdings werden diese gleich bewertet wie Bilder, welche mit der besten Kamera der Welt geschossen wurden. Konstruktionsbedingt haben Handys aber recht kleine Sensoren und Linsen. Das ist in etwa so wie ein Rennen zwischen einem Dreirad und einem Formel-1-Wagen.

 

Es gibt allerdings durchaus Leute, welche erfolgreich Handybilder einstellen.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Momentan nutze ich Google Foto um sie zwischen zu speichern.


By @Goran5EDA

Solange die Bilder hier nicht verändert werden... Manche Dienste speichern die Bilder nicht original ab und dementsprechend verlieren sie mit jedem Zwischenschritt an Qualität.

 

Dein Bild hat bei dem Schnee/Wiese-Übergang einen grauen Schatten. Solche Artefakte entstehen entweder bereits in der Kamera oder aber auch bei einer erneuten Kompression.

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ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Adobe stock does accept black and white images, but only in very rare cases.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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