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The rejection reason is: Out of focus

Yah. Image intentionally shot this way to convey a sense of dizziness, vertigo, alarm.

Does Adobe Stock automatically reject any image that is out of focus - motion blur, zoom out / in, tracking shots etc.?

And artistic licence too?

I know each agency has their own moderation foibles. Often applied inconsistently - which riles contributors no end.

Answer: 181,463 results for motion blur in images

How does one have intentionally out of focus images accepted anyone?

Photo Abstract Gets 'Image Out Of Focus Rejection'

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Pictures like this are most probably 100% refusals.

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The rejection reason is: Out of focus

Yah. Image intentionally shot this way to convey a sense of dizziness, vertigo, alarm.

Does Adobe Stock automatically reject any image that is out of focus - motion blur, zoom out / in, tracking shots etc.?

And artistic licence too?

I know each agency has their own moderation foibles. Often applied inconsistently - which riles contributors no end.

Answer: 181,463 results for motion blur in images

How does one have intentionally out of focus images accepted anyone?

Photo Abstract Gets 'Image Out Of Focus Rejection'

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Correct answer by Abambo | Adobe Community Professional

Pictures like this are most probably 100% refusals.

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Pictures like this are most probably 100% refusals.

Regards, Abambo
Hard- and Software Engineer and Photographer.

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Yes, I agree absolutely, so I wouldn't bother sending in such images. To me I don't get the sense that you want - it's just an out of focus picture.

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RIGHT you are Ricky and Abambo - I am quite certain a customer could buy a plain photo of buildings and blur it a million different way and get just the perfect distortion they are searching for. Best wishes JH

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