Help for artifact

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Hello to all!

Can anyone help me out on what the artifact problem is in these type of photo?

Thank you!

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Hi,

please read first the explanation of the rejection "Artefakte" in the Contributer user guide:

https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/help/quality-and-technical-issues.html

You have photographed with a smartphone (Samsung Galaxy S8) and in general such a device can't handle such high contrast ranges as prevailing in your pictures, technically not without image errors as e.g. a single lens reflex camera can. You should consider that.

In all your pictures you can already see a noise and artifacts despite the low resolution posted here, I mean.

These technical errors on the smartphone are exacerbated by excessive image processing, which has led to the rejection of the images.

On the internet you will find a lot of information and picture examples concerning the topic noise and artifacts in pictures.

Greets,

v.poth

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Help for artifact

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Hello to all!

Can anyone help me out on what the artifact problem is in these type of photo?

Thank you!

18-20180211_121305-Modifica.jpg16-_DSC3098.jpg18-20180120_151353.jpg18-20180210_084029.jpg

Hi,

please read first the explanation of the rejection "Artefakte" in the Contributer user guide:

https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/help/quality-and-technical-issues.html

You have photographed with a smartphone (Samsung Galaxy S8) and in general such a device can't handle such high contrast ranges as prevailing in your pictures, technically not without image errors as e.g. a single lens reflex camera can. You should consider that.

In all your pictures you can already see a noise and artifacts despite the low resolution posted here, I mean.

These technical errors on the smartphone are exacerbated by excessive image processing, which has led to the rejection of the images.

On the internet you will find a lot of information and picture examples concerning the topic noise and artifacts in pictures.

Greets,

v.poth

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Hi,

please read first the explanation of the rejection "Artefakte" in the Contributer user guide:

https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/help/quality-and-technical-issues.html

You have photographed with a smartphone (Samsung Galaxy S8) and in general such a device can't handle such high contrast ranges as prevailing in your pictures, technically not without image errors as e.g. a single lens reflex camera can. You should consider that.

In all your pictures you can already see a noise and artifacts despite the low resolution posted here, I mean.

These technical errors on the smartphone are exacerbated by excessive image processing, which has led to the rejection of the images.

On the internet you will find a lot of information and picture examples concerning the topic noise and artifacts in pictures.

Greets,

v.poth

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Adding to what v.poth said:

Which is why when zooming in these defects begin to show:

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and therefore rejected based on this!

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