Artifacts Rejection

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May 04, 2018

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This was rejected, I took it with my iPhone 7 plus and edited in Lightroom.  I appreciate any help on how to get my photos accepted.  I also just noticed that this is photo is blurry, but the photo that I uploaded to Adobe Stock was clear and in focus. Any idea on why? Thanks, Fred

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generally the only answer to your question is: Buy a digital camera (DSLR, system camera etc) with the possibility to take pictures in RAW format and take your photos with it.

Here you can avoid technical problems which inevitably occur with smartphone photos due to the small sensor. Artifacts and image noise are typical here and these are intensified with too strong image processing.

Adobe Stock expects high quality images in terms of resolution, sharpness and image composition. Technically, a smartphone does not offer a good prerequisite here, and as far as image design is concerned, it would certainly be advisable to obtain comprehensive information in the https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/user-guide.html in order to be able to achieve better image results here and get them accepted.

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Artifacts Rejection

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This was rejected, I took it with my iPhone 7 plus and edited in Lightroom.  I appreciate any help on how to get my photos accepted.  I also just noticed that this is photo is blurry, but the photo that I uploaded to Adobe Stock was clear and in focus. Any idea on why? Thanks, Fred

Hi,

generally the only answer to your question is: Buy a digital camera (DSLR, system camera etc) with the possibility to take pictures in RAW format and take your photos with it.

Here you can avoid technical problems which inevitably occur with smartphone photos due to the small sensor. Artifacts and image noise are typical here and these are intensified with too strong image processing.

Adobe Stock expects high quality images in terms of resolution, sharpness and image composition. Technically, a smartphone does not offer a good prerequisite here, and as far as image design is concerned, it would certainly be advisable to obtain comprehensive information in the https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/user-guide.html in order to be able to achieve better image results here and get them accepted.

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v.poth

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Hi,

generally the only answer to your question is: Buy a digital camera (DSLR, system camera etc) with the possibility to take pictures in RAW format and take your photos with it.

Here you can avoid technical problems which inevitably occur with smartphone photos due to the small sensor. Artifacts and image noise are typical here and these are intensified with too strong image processing.

Adobe Stock expects high quality images in terms of resolution, sharpness and image composition. Technically, a smartphone does not offer a good prerequisite here, and as far as image design is concerned, it would certainly be advisable to obtain comprehensive information in the https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/user-guide.html in order to be able to achieve better image results here and get them accepted.

Greets,

v.poth

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Good information. So many photographs being taken by cell phone cameras - fine for personal photos and postings but not for commercial quality work. Have any phone camera photographs been accepted as Adobe Stock? Thanks, JH

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Joan, actually yes, Adobe do accept photos from smartphone cameras. It all depends on various conditions like any other camera. However, noise can be more of a problem - due to the sensor size -  so need to be aware of this.

Some smartphone cameras can also take DNG such as the LG 5.

Fred - your photo is too small to make any judgement. Uploading to Adobe shouldn't make any difference to the quality. Also upload at maximum resolution.

It doesn't seem the iPhone cameras can take DNG photos, so here you are limited to what you can do in terms of post processing.

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yo creo que el desenfo es lo mas importante que se toma en cuenta pero ,la composicion en esta toma creo que tambien influyo mucho paraser rechazada

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