Why rejection for technical reason

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Dec 01, 2021 Dec 01, 2021

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Like many need others opinon of why rejection for technical reasonnot sure if no martket or technic, style?

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Adobe Community Professional , Dec 01, 2021 Dec 01, 2021

Hello,

Well... your pics are a bit too dark as well as not being very sharp especially in the eyes. DOF may have been an issue. If you use a telephoto lens, the DOF narrows a lot. It's important to get the head sharp - in most cases.

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Dec 01, 2021 Dec 01, 2021

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Hello,

Well... your pics are a bit too dark as well as not being very sharp especially in the eyes. DOF may have been an issue. If you use a telephoto lens, the DOF narrows a lot. It's important to get the head sharp - in most cases.

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Explorer ,
Dec 03, 2021 Dec 03, 2021

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I do use a AF-S 70/300 1:45-56 Nikkor with in 50 inches, so not much room DOF. may have to try AF-S 18-105 nikkor 1:35-56G

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Dec 01, 2021 Dec 01, 2021

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The first photo is poorly focused and the light areas have too few details. The woodpecker is too dark and unfortunately the head is out of focus. There is also color noise in the dark areas.

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Explorer ,
Dec 03, 2021 Dec 03, 2021

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Ug you're correct 

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Enthusiast ,
Dec 01, 2021 Dec 01, 2021

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Hi Dennis,

In addition to what has already been pointed out, there is chromatic aberration in the first one.

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Hope that helps,

Michael

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Explorer ,
Dec 03, 2021 Dec 03, 2021

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Isthat the blue cast you're  referring to?

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Dec 01, 2021 Dec 01, 2021

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too dark and out of focus. the focus must be on the eyes.

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Explorer ,
Dec 03, 2021 Dec 03, 2021

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I will have to make the adjustment's to make the transition, for the light fall, and black background. Sharp focus on eye 👁  would have  helped .Thank you.

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LEGEND ,
Dec 01, 2021 Dec 01, 2021

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"Technical reasons" always means your image is not technically perfect - from exposure to focus, from artefacts to poor composition, like non-level horizon.  It's a different rejection if Adobe think it is unsuitable or unsaleable. There is not yet a "we have too many of this kind of picture", but it is only a matter of time for cats and flowers....

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Explorer ,
Dec 02, 2021 Dec 02, 2021

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Thank you that helps. I am order a new set of eyes for the New Yea 🙂

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Explorer ,
Dec 09, 2021 Dec 09, 2021

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All hit the mark as correct, I have done some checking, and had three accepted since thankyou all. It seems we get into I like my picture flause and all and over look errors:( So discipline is the order of the day:)

 

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