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Trying to understand technical Issues for rejection

New Here ,
Oct 06, 2021 Oct 06, 2021

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Trying to understand technical Issues for rejection on Photos I post. Here is one photo that was rejected. Thank you for the CC as I am learning what to to do and not do.

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Participant , Oct 06, 2021 Oct 06, 2021
Would you mind telling us the reason it was rejected?  I suspect there are both technical flaws and intellectual property violations here.

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Adobe Community Professional , Oct 06, 2021 Oct 06, 2021
The upper corner of the arch is out of focus. Had you positioned yourself parallel to the doorway that probably wouldn't have happened; as a result the composition is lacking. I agree with George that if it hadn't been rejected for technical issues, it might have earned an IP rejection, since it is someone's artwork and includes the street number which makes it more identifiable.

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Adobe Community Professional , Oct 06, 2021 Oct 06, 2021
If viewed at 200%, you can see srtifacts around the edge of the arch. Also, the artwork may require a property release.

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Would you mind telling us the reason it was rejected?  I suspect there are both technical flaws and intellectual property violations here.

-George Folster
Fine Art Landscape Photographer

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New Here ,
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They just said technical issues

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The upper corner of the arch is out of focus. Had you positioned yourself parallel to the doorway that probably wouldn't have happened; as a result the composition is lacking. I agree with George that if it hadn't been rejected for technical issues, it might have earned an IP rejection, since it is someone's artwork and includes the street number which makes it more identifiable.

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If viewed at 200%, you can see srtifacts around the edge of the arch. Also, the artwork may require a property release.

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Thank you. That helps.

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