Help me please understand why my photo were rejected.

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Abambo Adobe Community Professional , Mar 10, 2019
oleschwander  wroteAnd Abambo is right - every time a reviewer sees som kind of text the image will be rejected.No, but I’ve looked at the text. It’s difficult, but it’s identifiable. And identifiable text like names (also ship names), trademarks etc need to be edited out.And the image is not dull. You could add more contrast, more saturation, more of this or that, but as an overall stock image, the image is nearly perfect.

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We need a little more to go on; what was the stated reason for rejection?

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La raison du refus est : violation du Code de la propriété intellectuelle.

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That is a strange reason for an image of this type, it makes no sense.  Try cloning out the writing on the side of the boat even though it isn't really in focus or legible and resubmit the image.  If not accepted the second time around just move on, not worth the hassle for pennies per image.  Good luck and have a wonderful day.

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not that strange, when the moderator takes ua first look at the picture and sees those writings... You should always consider, that a moderator has little time to look at the pictures.

Regards, Abambo
Hard- and Software Engineer and Photographer.

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It’s a nice shot, but I think there are two more issues which are not rejection reasons. The colors are very dull - you should try to get the image to ‘pop up’ a bit. And I think the ships is disturbing the image, it would be a much better composition if the ships weren’t there - imo. But that’s obviosly too late now ....

And Abambo is right - every time a reviewer sees som kind of text the image will be rejected.

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oleschwander  wrote

And Abambo is right - every time a reviewer sees som kind of text the image will be rejected.

No, but I’ve looked at the text. It’s difficult, but it’s identifiable. And identifiable text like names (also ship names), trademarks etc need to be edited out.

And the image is not dull. You could add more contrast, more saturation, more of this or that, but as an overall stock image, the image is nearly perfect.

Regards, Abambo
Hard- and Software Engineer and Photographer.

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