Returned the photo for technical reasons

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Hi everyone. Help to understand the photos, returned for technical reasons. What's wrong with photography, what can be improved? Thanks.

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Adobe Community Professional , Oct 01, 2018 Oct 01, 2018
The main problem here is white balance (apart from the other problems mentioned): Your picture is too yellow/green, so you have to add more blue and a bit more tint in the temperature slider. See how the water is now more white than yellow/green colour.

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I would expect such an image to be sharp, sharp! If you want taking such images, they need to be crisp sharp (aperture),  frozen movement (time) and with no optical aberration (correction) or noise (low ISO).

I do not see exif data, so I do not know your parameters, but the image lacks sharpness and in addition I see artifacts. But I suppose the reason for the refusal is image sharpness.

The line is where I think where the focus lies.

In addition, I would have cropped out the right part of the image.

But that's not the reason for the refusal:

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Hi, I do so love water splash photos but as the guy who knows, Abambo said  - this is not a sharp photo.

He mentioned the details so you will have help with any future shots of splash you take. Do read the guidelines for Adobe stock contributors and learn what not to submit and how to submit it when you have a perfect and photo to offer. Lots to learn and patience is needed. 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

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The main problem here is white balance (apart from the other problems mentioned): Your picture is too yellow/green, so you have to add more blue and a bit more tint in the temperature slider. See how the water is now more white than yellow/green colour.

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