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Hi Guys! I thought these were a brilliant Idea but they were rejected, Being new to this can someone give me feedbackCrazy Crawler_0-1594990770462.jpeg

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Hello,

Switchlab is right... The first picture is way too green and overexposed and the penguin is also overexposed as well as chromatic aberration - this when the lens doesn't focus the light exactly and so you get fringing on the edges like here:

African Penguinchroma....jpg

 

It's common on lenses.

If you edit this in post production software - e.g Lightroom or Photoshop, take note of the histogram. That can give you a lot of information.

e.g.:

Annotation 2020-07-17 histogram.jpg

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-stock-contributor

 

 

 

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Rejected Pictures

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Hi Guys! I thought these were a brilliant Idea but they were rejected, Being new to this can someone give me feedbackCrazy Crawler_0-1594990770462.jpeg

African Penguin.JPG

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Correct answer by ricky336 | Adobe Community Professional

Hello,

Switchlab is right... The first picture is way too green and overexposed and the penguin is also overexposed as well as chromatic aberration - this when the lens doesn't focus the light exactly and so you get fringing on the edges like here:

African Penguinchroma....jpg

 

It's common on lenses.

If you edit this in post production software - e.g Lightroom or Photoshop, take note of the histogram. That can give you a lot of information.

e.g.:

Annotation 2020-07-17 histogram.jpg

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-stock-contributor

 

 

 

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Welcome to Adobe Stock Cummunity. The first picture which is quite small have a white balance problem. The picture is much too greenish, and some area are overexposed. The second picture is out-of-focus. Both pictures are noisy.

 

The Canon PowerShot uses a small sensor which needs a lot of ampliflication and therefore produces a lot of noise.

 

Pictures that sell must have a nice composition, no noise, and a resolution of 300 dpi instead of 180.

 

Keep shooting. The more I shoot, the more I learn.

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Quote: Pictures that sell must have a nice composition, no noise, and a resolution of 300 dpi instead of 180.

 

The dpi setting (ppi) is not relevant here, resolution in overall pixels is. The dpi value gives only sense when you have a picture in print at a specific size in inches and for a given resolution and this is a good indication for the final print quality. 

Regards, Abambo
Hard- and Software Engineer and Photographer.

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Hello,

Switchlab is right... The first picture is way too green and overexposed and the penguin is also overexposed as well as chromatic aberration - this when the lens doesn't focus the light exactly and so you get fringing on the edges like here:

African Penguinchroma....jpg

 

It's common on lenses.

If you edit this in post production software - e.g Lightroom or Photoshop, take note of the histogram. That can give you a lot of information.

e.g.:

Annotation 2020-07-17 histogram.jpg

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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Hello Crazy Crawler,

 

Assuming you got a "technical issues" rejection, please find attached some non-technical notes I have made.

 

Apologies in advance for handwriting on your work, I found it quicker and was with the sole purpose of providing some help beyond the "plain" rejection legend we all might have get once or more in our work.

 

Just trying to provide an "out of the box" perspective. My contribution is with good intentions only and hopefully produce one smile.

 

For more formal and professional comments listen to the guys that clearly know what they are talking about.

 

Keep shooting, learning, observing, and specially, having fun!

Cheers,
V

 

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Quote: For more formal and professional comments listen to the guys that clearly know what they are talking about.

 

Fun fact: You don't know what you are talking about? I don't think so!

Regards, Abambo
Hard- and Software Engineer and Photographer.

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Sometimes I do... 😛

though not at your level yet, Master

humbly learning from everybody and always trying to bring some joy to all 🙂

 

 

 

 

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