Picture too blury

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Apr 25, 2018

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Hello,

I posted a couple of pictures 2 days ago and they all seem to have been rejected cause they are blurry yet they don't seem to be at least for me.

I was wondering if someone can explain why and how to detect them in advance. I am posting one example

IMG_3142.jpg

Thanks a lot in advance

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Correct answer by ricky336 | Adobe Community Professional

Yes, there is a lot of blur. Always inspect you work at 100%.

You can see here that the birds are just not sharp at all.

So, this is what the reviewers would be referring to:

IMG_3142.jpg

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Picture too blury

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Hello,

I posted a couple of pictures 2 days ago and they all seem to have been rejected cause they are blurry yet they don't seem to be at least for me.

I was wondering if someone can explain why and how to detect them in advance. I am posting one example

IMG_3142.jpg

Thanks a lot in advance

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Correct answer by ricky336 | Adobe Community Professional

Yes, there is a lot of blur. Always inspect you work at 100%.

You can see here that the birds are just not sharp at all.

So, this is what the reviewers would be referring to:

IMG_3142.jpg

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Hello,

There is so much to learn about submitting projects to Adobe Stock. Before you wonder what went wrong and you receive a rejection, make sure you have used the excellent information for new stock contributors that Adobe has made available. You begin with the dpi size of each submission, they must be correct within the guidelines. Then your original work must be sharp and top notch quality. To be sure there are no glaring problems you will need to examine every inch of your contribution at 100% magnification. If you had done this, you would be able to see the unsharp or blurred lines in this photo. Sharp edges are a must. Save time and rejections and go study the similar stock placed for sale on Adobe stock. Getting your work accepted by Adobe is an honor and very difficult. Your best and unique work will make it, less than this - rejection will be yours. Keep learning and improving. Best regards, JH

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Yes, there is a lot of blur. Always inspect you work at 100%.

You can see here that the birds are just not sharp at all.

So, this is what the reviewers would be referring to:

IMG_3142.jpg

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Thanks a lot for taking the time to explain/show me exactly whats wrong.

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Also too much higlight (white) in the birds - and no (or bad) composition ...

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