My photo was rejected. Can you help me?

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Adobe said:

Thanks for giving us the chance to consider your image. Unfortunately, during our review we found that it features excessive post-processing and/or noise, so we can't accept it into our collection.

Excessive artifacts/noise can be caused by low light, bad camera settings, strong compression or excessive post-production.

If it was due to post production effects, know that our customers typically prefer to add their own special effects, filters or black-and-white conversions to fit the needs of their projects, so adding these effects in advance drastically reduces the market for your image.

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I am new to this sector and I cannot understand what I should improve in this image and in future ones in order to be accepted.

Thank you

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by jacquelingphoto2017 | Adobe Community Professional

Hi Alablu,

To be able to identify issues such as grain or noise you need to inspect your images at magnification of between 100 and 200%. In this case you will see that the colors are not smooth, but are spotty, or grainy. Take note of the area circled.

To correct noise/grain you need to use an editing software such as photoshop or any other similar, equip to reduce Luminant and color noise such as grains and artifacts.

Also if you look carefully at the image, too much of it is out of focus, and thus may attract another rejection when you correct the noise and reuploaded.

I believe you will find the following articles useful for producing assets that will be accepted in Adobe's collection.

tagproducts_SG_STOCK-CONTRIBUTOR_i18nKeyHelppagetitle  Be sure to download the "Adobe Stock Contributor Guide" pdf document and read it through.

Create better photos for Adobe Stock with 7 tips for success |

Do's and don'ts for selecting and editing photos for Adobe Stock

Best Regards

JG

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My photo was rejected. Can you help me?

New Here ,
Jun 21, 2019

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Adobe said:

Thanks for giving us the chance to consider your image. Unfortunately, during our review we found that it features excessive post-processing and/or noise, so we can't accept it into our collection.

Excessive artifacts/noise can be caused by low light, bad camera settings, strong compression or excessive post-production.

If it was due to post production effects, know that our customers typically prefer to add their own special effects, filters or black-and-white conversions to fit the needs of their projects, so adding these effects in advance drastically reduces the market for your image.

Alchechengi.jpg

I am new to this sector and I cannot understand what I should improve in this image and in future ones in order to be accepted.

Thank you

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by jacquelingphoto2017 | Adobe Community Professional

Hi Alablu,

To be able to identify issues such as grain or noise you need to inspect your images at magnification of between 100 and 200%. In this case you will see that the colors are not smooth, but are spotty, or grainy. Take note of the area circled.

To correct noise/grain you need to use an editing software such as photoshop or any other similar, equip to reduce Luminant and color noise such as grains and artifacts.

Also if you look carefully at the image, too much of it is out of focus, and thus may attract another rejection when you correct the noise and reuploaded.

I believe you will find the following articles useful for producing assets that will be accepted in Adobe's collection.

tagproducts_SG_STOCK-CONTRIBUTOR_i18nKeyHelppagetitle  Be sure to download the "Adobe Stock Contributor Guide" pdf document and read it through.

Create better photos for Adobe Stock with 7 tips for success |

Do's and don'ts for selecting and editing photos for Adobe Stock

Best Regards

JG

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Hi Alablu,

To be able to identify issues such as grain or noise you need to inspect your images at magnification of between 100 and 200%. In this case you will see that the colors are not smooth, but are spotty, or grainy. Take note of the area circled.

To correct noise/grain you need to use an editing software such as photoshop or any other similar, equip to reduce Luminant and color noise such as grains and artifacts.

Also if you look carefully at the image, too much of it is out of focus, and thus may attract another rejection when you correct the noise and reuploaded.

I believe you will find the following articles useful for producing assets that will be accepted in Adobe's collection.

tagproducts_SG_STOCK-CONTRIBUTOR_i18nKeyHelppagetitle  Be sure to download the "Adobe Stock Contributor Guide" pdf document and read it through.

Create better photos for Adobe Stock with 7 tips for success |

Do's and don'ts for selecting and editing photos for Adobe Stock

Best Regards

JG

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