How reject pictures?

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Jan 11, 2018

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How reject pictures is a human or a robots? Because i think don't look the real value of picture. Was reject a photo award winner picture... Some time i don't understand... Could you help me

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Adobe Stock/Fotolia selection is judged by people, not robots, according to Mat Hayward, an employee of Adobe.

The microstock market differs from other photo markets/art markets in its demands on an image. Here, specific industry requirements apply to an image, and these are very much focused on technical correctness and commercial usability. If an image does not fit into this frame, it is rejected by the selectors.

It might help you to post the photo in the "stock contributer critique"-forum to get tips from other contributors.

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How reject pictures?

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How reject pictures is a human or a robots? Because i think don't look the real value of picture. Was reject a photo award winner picture... Some time i don't understand... Could you help me

Hi,

Adobe Stock/Fotolia selection is judged by people, not robots, according to Mat Hayward, an employee of Adobe.

The microstock market differs from other photo markets/art markets in its demands on an image. Here, specific industry requirements apply to an image, and these are very much focused on technical correctness and commercial usability. If an image does not fit into this frame, it is rejected by the selectors.

It might help you to post the photo in the "stock contributer critique"-forum to get tips from other contributors.

Greets,

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Jan 12, 2018

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This is Adobe Stock. And here (AFAIK) they search for images which can be used in other projects. Not art, not heave edited images.

But If you provide some examples maybe will be much easy to discuss

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Hi,

Adobe Stock/Fotolia selection is judged by people, not robots, according to Mat Hayward, an employee of Adobe.

The microstock market differs from other photo markets/art markets in its demands on an image. Here, specific industry requirements apply to an image, and these are very much focused on technical correctness and commercial usability. If an image does not fit into this frame, it is rejected by the selectors.

It might help you to post the photo in the "stock contributer critique"-forum to get tips from other contributors.

Greets,

v.poth

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Ok, is possible that don't need the pictures, but don't like artefact pictures or i don't understand what is mean artefac? thank you

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