Technical Issue Rejection

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Hi Everyone,

I had this image rejected for Technical Issue, I would appreciate any help or modifications that I can do to the image.

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Many Thanks for your help in advance.

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Technical Issue Rejection

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Hi Everyone,

I had this image rejected for Technical Issue, I would appreciate any help or modifications that I can do to the image.

Technical issues.jpg

Many Thanks for your help in advance.

Fenton

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Hello royw10646590, What a lovely old tree. Nice photo - except for the technical issues -

There are a few. Have you looked at this picture at 100 - 200 % magnification? Please do so you can see any noise or artifacts that make it unworthy of Adobe Stock placement. And then there is the most clearly evident of the burnout of highlights so perhaps white balance and or exposure which can be fixed in Photoshop or Lightroom. Please also study the many guidelines Adobe offers contributors to the stock listings. Regards, JH

https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/help/quality-and-technical-issues.html

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For content to have commercial value, it must be of high quality. Learn about the quality and technical issues and how to avoid content rejection.

See TIP S ON: ARTIFACTS, NOISE, BLURRS:

 

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Hi there,

To give more of a detailed answer - The problem I think, is mainly the white balance - so that means colour temperature. It is a bit too yellow, so you have to reduce the temp a bit and add some blue - make the photo a bit cooler.

But there could also be a problem with the blown out areas, so you have to reduce the highlights a bit.

Here is a quick example:

white balance.jpg

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Thanks to everyone, I now know where I have gone wrong, I will try again.

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