I am a new contributer, all my files were rejected due to possible "technical issues".

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I use Photoshop to upload and edit, what DPI do I use?  I uploaded at 350 DPI and wondering if that was a problem.

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Adobe Community Professional , Dec 12, 2020 Dec 12, 2020
The DPI vaue is absolutly nonsense. It's only useful for print operators in a very narrow field of application. You can simply ignore this paramenter as a photographer. There is no difference in image quality between 2 dpi and 100,000 dpi. Digital images are defined by the resolution in pixels and here you have a range you need to meet to be able to upload. Your image, however is missing detail. There is a kind of flattening that I haven't seen until now. A contrast boost would enhance the wor...

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Moving to the Stock Contributors forum from Photoshop

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The DPI vaue is absolutly nonsense. It's only useful for print operators in a very narrow field of application. You can simply ignore this paramenter as a photographer. There is no difference in image quality between 2 dpi and 100,000 dpi. Digital images are defined by the resolution in pixels and here you have a range you need to meet to be able to upload.

 

Your image, however is missing detail. There is a kind of flattening that I haven't seen until now. A contrast boost would enhance the worse, but as there is absolutly no structure at the bottom of the waterfall, that does not safe the image.

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ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Adobe Stock looks for highest visual and technical quality. See links below.

 

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Dots Per Inch - DPI. Used in printing.  Uploading to stock is irrelevant. The printer can choose what resolution they want.

As mentioned by Abambo, the waterfall is burnt out at the base - no detail. Doesn't look good when enlarged.

The foliage near the top and bottom could also be a problem.

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