I have a Nikon D850. I edit them in capture one pro and then put the 100% size JPG in Lightroom and in Stocks I pick up the folder to upload. I use prophoto rgb. Is that the problem or what is the problem? The pictures are very sharp, high mega pixel and great quality. Still nearly all my pictures were denied.
I don't get it.
can you please upload some of the Images that was declined so that we can check?!
Also before you submit, please review the submission guidelines carefully and compare your work with other Stock inventory. To be accepted, your work should be as good or better than what's already represented in your keyword category.
Hope that helps.
If the get refused for quality, there are quality issues. One issue I get with your description is the profile attached. The final export should be sRGB. The gamut of ProPhoto is much too wide.
As for the rest, we would appreciate to see ONE asset as submitted, to check what issues could have triggered the refusal.
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You do need to read Adobe's requirements carefully. One is to deliver in sRGB. But that might not be the only issue, please upload a problem file if you would like comments from the experienced contributors here.
The depth of field could be deeper. What is the subject? Building, tow, or mountain? The birds in the sky should be removed.
It's a clean picture, but not exactly a good one. Framing is IMHO the main issue here, and composition is a “quality issue”.