Why it was rejected ?

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Hi, i don't understand the reason of this reject, can you explain me please ?

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Dec 08, 2021 Dec 08, 2021

Probably it was rejected for Technical Problems.

  • The color is not natural.  It's way too yellow. 
  • The lighting is uneven with harsh shadows on the left and over exposed on the right.

 

Adobe Stock customers expect the highest visual and technical quality for use in commercial projects.

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Adobe Community Professional , Dec 08, 2021 Dec 08, 2021

It might be the "straight-out-of-camera" color, but that doesn't mean it's natural. Your camera interprets the color that it sees, and it might not exactly match what you see with your eyes. That is why images shot in full shade usually have a blue cast and need to be adjusted during editing. If you import this into Light Room and press "Auto" in the White Balance section, it will be adjusted to be considerably less yellow. You can further adjust it from that "Auto" setting to look more like wha

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Probably it was rejected for Technical Problems.

  • The color is not natural.  It's way too yellow. 
  • The lighting is uneven with harsh shadows on the left and over exposed on the right.

 

Adobe Stock customers expect the highest visual and technical quality for use in commercial projects.

 

Better luck next time.

 

Nancy O'Shea, Adobe Product User & Community Professional
Alt-Web Design & Publishing ~ Web : Print : Graphics : Media

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Ok i understand what you mean but the color is a naturel one, i juste take it oustide and under the sun...

In your last link, i saw lot of photos with dark in a side and over exposed in the other side (the first one and cats photos for example)

Then i don't really understand..

Do you think it's about something else ?

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Put yourself in the customer's shoes.  Would you pay money for that image as submitted?  Or would you choose another cow image that's already represented in Stock's database?

 

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It might be the "straight-out-of-camera" color, but that doesn't mean it's natural. Your camera interprets the color that it sees, and it might not exactly match what you see with your eyes. That is why images shot in full shade usually have a blue cast and need to be adjusted during editing. If you import this into Light Room and press "Auto" in the White Balance section, it will be adjusted to be considerably less yellow. You can further adjust it from that "Auto" setting to look more like what you think you really saw.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Dec 09, 2021 Dec 09, 2021

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Hello,

It is too yellow. This is about the white balance. In this case it needs to be corrected in post. The sun has given the yellow looking cast. I'm sure the cow wasn't yellow looking with your eyes (unless you were wearing tinted sunglasses).

 

Done with auto corrections:

 

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I like this photo but you also need to make it stand out. Try some post processing work.

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