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Hi friends,

 

I am new to adobe stock and submit some photos.

But after two days my photos are rejected. 

I just want to know the reason behind this because I don't know

why adobe reject my photos.

I am attaching one of my submitted photos.

Can anyone find the technical issues in my image.

 

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Hello,

Technical issues - white balance, contrast, saturation...

In this case, your picture is under exposed  - it's too dark. When taking a picture against snow, it can put the camera's exposure metering out. The snow is reflecting a lot of light, so the camera wants to make it darker, when in fact it should be lighter.

Another thing is, because this was taken on a smartphone, you get to see the pixels when enlarged. Customers want to be able to enlarge the photo, but they won't be able to from a smartphone as the pixels begin to show. 

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Image got rejected

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Hi friends,

 

I am new to adobe stock and submit some photos.

But after two days my photos are rejected. 

I just want to know the reason behind this because I don't know

why adobe reject my photos.

I am attaching one of my submitted photos.

Can anyone find the technical issues in my image.

 

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Correct answer by ricky336 | Adobe Community Professional

Hello,

Technical issues - white balance, contrast, saturation...

In this case, your picture is under exposed  - it's too dark. When taking a picture against snow, it can put the camera's exposure metering out. The snow is reflecting a lot of light, so the camera wants to make it darker, when in fact it should be lighter.

Another thing is, because this was taken on a smartphone, you get to see the pixels when enlarged. Customers want to be able to enlarge the photo, but they won't be able to from a smartphone as the pixels begin to show. 

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Zoom in, then you can see that there are no details in the picture. It's also very dark.

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Honestly, it's not something I would buy for a million dollar ad campaign.

What was the rejection reason given -- content, intellectual property, technical...?

 

See these help articles:

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
Alt-Web Design & Publishing

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Now I understand. 

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Rejection reason - technical issues

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Hello,

Technical issues - white balance, contrast, saturation...

In this case, your picture is under exposed  - it's too dark. When taking a picture against snow, it can put the camera's exposure metering out. The snow is reflecting a lot of light, so the camera wants to make it darker, when in fact it should be lighter.

Another thing is, because this was taken on a smartphone, you get to see the pixels when enlarged. Customers want to be able to enlarge the photo, but they won't be able to from a smartphone as the pixels begin to show. 

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Hello,

This explains everything, thanks for that.

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