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this picture was declined, why?

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May 09, 2019 May 09, 2019

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Adobe Community Professional , May 09, 2019 May 09, 2019
Can you give the actual rejection reason? Was Artifacts problem, Technical Issues...I think you have a problem with your white balance...also with noise - both colour and luminance.

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Can you give the actual rejection reason? Was Artifacts problem, Technical Issues...I think you have a problem with your white balance...also with noise - both colour and luminance.

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Yes, white balance and noise (luminance and colour).

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Hi nakonah,

In addition to what Ricky highlights, more depth of field is needed. The right side of the image, especially the lower right, don't seem to be sharp.

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JG

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When submitting an image featuring a common subject such as a flower, sunset, house pet, etc there needs to be a major WOW factor to it to be considered. At first glance, the image appears to be a bit underexposed and lacks contrast. It's an OK photo of a common subject and unfortunately, OK isn't good enough for this type of content. There is a market for these images but there are a lot of them already in the database.

If this were my image and I had a RAW file for it I would bump the exposure, increase the contrast and vibrance. I don't think it will go through even with those changes but that's where I would start.

Good luck!

Mat Hayward

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