What are the technical issues in this photo? Please mention them, I am new . Please help me

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Adobe Community Professional , Jul 31, 2021 Jul 31, 2021
Hello @Chrit Fill , it should have more depth of field and more sharpness. Also, the highlights (sky) are overexposed. Try this to remove the overexposed areas and to add sharpness:

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Nobody here can tell you if your picture gets accepted. That's up to the moderators and their instructions. But I doubt that the photo will pass because of these artefacts/washed out colours: Phone pictures get accepted, but you need to submit the same quality as all photographers. And getting that quality is more difficult with phones because of the small sensor size and the excessive processing that is done there, to get a nice look on a phone screen.

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Hi @Chrit Fill , At all times you need to place your focus at a point where objects in the forefront falls within focus and enough depth of field to capture what is in the back. Most phone cameras have no depth of field adjustments and the one that does still do not cater for deep field. At https://incomepayout.blogspot.com/p/cameras-limitations.html some of the limitations of phone cameras for uses for stockphotography are featured. You might want to make comparison with using compact and DSL...

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Will this image get accepted after processing it?

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Hello @Chrit Fill , it should have more depth of field and more sharpness. Also, the highlights (sky) are overexposed.

Try this to remove the overexposed areas and to add sharpness:

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Could it be correct and get accepted?

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Mine camera is not good or bad photography or bad editing? I shoot it on iphone se 1st gen. Please mention 

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Nobody here can tell you if your picture gets accepted. That's up to the moderators and their instructions. But I doubt that the photo will pass because of these artefacts/washed out colours:

Abambo_0-1627753391655.png

Phone pictures get accepted, but you need to submit the same quality as all photographers. And getting that quality is more difficult with phones because of the small sensor size and the excessive processing that is done there, to get a nice look on a phone screen.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Thanks sir

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You're welcome!

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Thanks sir for the review 

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Hi @Chrit Fill ,

At all times you need to place your focus at a point where objects in the forefront falls within focus and enough depth of field to capture what is in the back. Most phone cameras have no depth of field adjustments and the one that does still do not cater for deep field.

 

At https://incomepayout.blogspot.com/p/cameras-limitations.html some of the limitations of phone cameras for uses for stockphotography are featured. You might want to make comparison with using compact and DSLR cameras. I'm not saying phone cameras cannot be used, but to produce images suitable for stock you must identify its limitations and work within those limitations for suitable good quality images, and as was highlighted by @Abambo the images produced will be judged on the same level as DSLR produced images which are vibrant and caters for vast parameters.

 

Another thing to bear in mind, some phone cameras produce washed out images that will not produce pleasing photographs no matter what. 

 

Best wishes

JG

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Thanks for review 

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Your are welcome @Chrit Fill 

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