My photos were rejected due to "Technical Issues", any feedback?

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Hi these photos were rejected due to "technical issues" without any details provided. Could you please advice? 

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You also have image quality problems. When zoomed in you start to see JPEG compression artifacts. The pixels start to appear blocky. 

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This is a disadvantage when using smartphones. They don't enlarge very well, and so don't make such good stock photos.

 

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My photos were rejected due to "Technical Issues", any feedback?

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Hi these photos were rejected due to "technical issues" without any details provided. Could you please advice? 

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Correct answer by ricky336 | Adobe Community Professional

You also have image quality problems. When zoomed in you start to see JPEG compression artifacts. The pixels start to appear blocky. 

IMG_3230.jpg

This is a disadvantage when using smartphones. They don't enlarge very well, and so don't make such good stock photos.

 

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Hi @mizzmmm ,

For those I look at, about 4, they seem to share the same general problems. Your image are a bit under-exposed. You could also add a smaller amount of warmth so that they look a bit more vibrant. There also seem to be the tendency to sharpen a little too much. The usually result in a halo of grains around the edges as in the screenshot below.

You probably need to set your aperture for deeper depth of field. This is especially important when shooting groups like in the case of the police and landscapes.

jacquelingphoto2017_0-1610566311652.png

Too much of the edges of this image is also out of focus. To inspect your images please zoom to between 100 and 200%. At that magnification you are able to see more clearly the faults of your files. Even under-exposure is more obvious at the magnification.

Best wishes

JG

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Succulents have bad framing.  Top of image is clipped.

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You also have image quality problems. When zoomed in you start to see JPEG compression artifacts. The pixels start to appear blocky. 

IMG_3230.jpg

This is a disadvantage when using smartphones. They don't enlarge very well, and so don't make such good stock photos.

 

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