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Adobe Community Professional , Jun 07, 2021 Jun 07, 2021
1. Underexposed with significant noise; lens or sensor spots; black line along the left side... 2. Too much of the scene is out of focus; the front edge of the pastry is blown out/overexposed.3. DOF is too shallow, and focal point seems to be the unkempt fingernails. I'm not certain, but if that's an Apple Watch there may be an IP violation too. I don't think a headless model is very appealing...4. Imbalanced light - too bright on the left and too dark on the right; noise in the shadows, spots a...

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Hello @휘영98A2 , most of the mistakes in your photos are composition errors. You cut off main subjects or you left parts of unimportant items in your photo which should be removed. Also you have noisy photos. Here a better break down: Photo 1:The ,sky is to noisy and grainy. Photo 2: Too much noise. Not enough space at the bottom. The glasses should be in focus. Photo 3: Subject (pastry) is cut off on the left side. Light spot on the left should be removed. Fence line not horizontal. Photo 4: Sub...

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1. Underexposed with significant noise; lens or sensor spots; black line along the left side...
2. Too much of the scene is out of focus; the front edge of the pastry is blown out/overexposed.

3. DOF is too shallow, and focal point seems to be the unkempt fingernails. I'm not certain, but if that's an Apple Watch there may be an IP violation too. I don't think a headless model is very appealing...

4. Imbalanced light - too bright on the left and too dark on the right; noise in the shadows, spots and dust on the glass and computer. Again, the watch might be an IP issue.
5. Composition is unappealing; parts of furniture that have been cut off; another headless model... and what is he wearing on his feet? bedroom slippers?

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Hello @휘영98A2 ,

most of the mistakes in your photos are composition errors. You cut off main subjects or you left parts of unimportant items in your photo which should be removed. Also you have noisy photos.

Here a better break down:

Photo 1:The ,sky is to noisy and grainy.
Photo 2: Too much noise. Not enough space at the bottom. The glasses should be in focus.
Photo 3: Subject (pastry) is cut off on the left side. Light spot on the left should be removed. Fence line not horizontal.
Photo 4: Subjects are cut off (Camera and telephone)
Photo 5: Not enough empty space around the subject. Unwanted object on the right side needs to be removed.

 

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Best regards, Ralph Lear
Software Engineer and Outdoor Photographer

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For me, the main thing that sticks out is the composition is bad!!

 

Have a read of this from Adobe about how to create better photos:
https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/how-to/tips-stock-image-acceptance.html?set=stock--fundamentals--adobe...

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