Rejected - Artifacts Problem

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Wondering why post-production would be a problem?

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Looking at the thumbnail this appears to be way oversaturated. If processing this from a RAW file I recommend using the vibrance slider in Lightroom and skip the saturation slider.

Better luck next time,

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Rejected - Artifacts Problem

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Wondering why post-production would be a problem?

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Looking at the thumbnail this appears to be way oversaturated. If processing this from a RAW file I recommend using the vibrance slider in Lightroom and skip the saturation slider.

Better luck next time,

Mat

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Looking at the thumbnail this appears to be way oversaturated. If processing this from a RAW file I recommend using the vibrance slider in Lightroom and skip the saturation slider.

Better luck next time,

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Hello jeffr89007928, We will not be able to properly look at this photograph since it is far too small to examine. For now, it appears your exposure and saturation are a bit off. Please read the guidelines for contributors to Adobe Stock. Best regards, JH

To learn more about the type of content we're looking for, please visit this page: https://www.adobe.com/go/stock-contributor-help

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.

To learn more about the type of content we're looking for, please visit this page: https://www.adobe.com/go/stock-contributor-help

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