Rejected for exposure problems? Any dispute possible?

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Rejected for exposure problems? Any dispute possible?

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it's a beautiful image - I would probably bring up the high tones, and add some contrast. Don't take it personally - I get kicked back for inexplicable reasons - but if you push the highs and resubmit you may have better luck.

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Thanks for the info, jeffreya5167612.  If there actually were any exposure problems I would probably correct and re-submit, but this image is exactly "correct" for my eyes which have edited (and sold) photos for 40+ years. From what I've seen so far in Adobe Stock, some computerized decisions for exposure and what is "similar" lack realistic assessment.

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hi larsonrimrox - to my eyes it looks great - I simply checked it in CS and found that I could boost the highlights without blowing them out - it's subjective. but as you say, Adobe is not using subjective eyes...

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