What about intentionally blurred images, are they not accepted?

New Here ,
Oct 16, 2017 Oct 16, 2017

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Intentionally blurred image was not accepted with a description - Image out of focus,

yes it is, it intentionally blurred image and it must be blurred and out of focus!

or it is machine or robot makes a decision? not human? help me please!

on request in search on this site: blurred images there are a sufficient amount of blurred images, so what's wrong?
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New Here , Oct 17, 2017 Oct 17, 2017
I don't know officially, but it could be because blurred photos are of limited use. Plus, even though you've named it 'blurred', it would take a lot of time and deliberation for every photo to decide if a photo is meant to be blurry, or just has poor focus. Also, it is very easy to blur a photo in any photo editing software, so if people want a completely blurred photo they can take any in focus photo and do it themselves. They seem to like minimal post-processing or effects on photos you upload...

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Oct 16, 2017 Oct 16, 2017

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the name of that image is: "Blurred city street scene with car with headlights on for backgrounds."

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Other my specially blurred images were rejected with the definition: NON-COMPLIANT IMAGES, what's wrong with them?
the name of they are "Blurred street daytime scene with a pedestrians in a city with a blurred background." and "Blurred street daytime scene with a pedestrian and car traffic in a city with a blurred background."
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Oct 19, 2017 Oct 19, 2017

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There's lots of blurred photos on Adobe Stock. Maybe yours are not what they want ..?

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New Here ,
Oct 17, 2017 Oct 17, 2017

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I don't know officially, but it could be because blurred photos are of limited use. Plus, even though you've named it 'blurred', it would take a lot of time and deliberation for every photo to decide if a photo is meant to be blurry, or just has poor focus. Also, it is very easy to blur a photo in any photo editing software, so if people want a completely blurred photo they can take any in focus photo and do it themselves. They seem to like minimal post-processing or effects on photos you upload, preferring them to be something with broad appeal that people can do their own effects to later.

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New Here ,
Oct 18, 2017 Oct 18, 2017

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Thank you very much for your reply and your time.

Even if the photos taken with the defocus are of limited use,

it does not stop us from doing them and being among the limited authors, is not it?

Whether such photos are accepted at all, that's the question.

Photos blurred programmatically is just an imitation of photos blurred with a photographic

lens and they have different results.

People who can photograph themselves and programmatically blur photos themselves are unlikely

to use this site, why should they spend their money on what they can do themselves?

We are here discussing questions, answers to which someone knows for sure,

but does not have either the time or the desire to respond.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Apr 18, 2019 Apr 18, 2019

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jessc1  wrote

I don't know officially, but it could be because blurred photos are of limited use.

Correct!

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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New Here ,
Apr 18, 2019 Apr 18, 2019

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orchidea.jpgThis is my blurred image that has been rejected… Why Creative movement images cannot be accepted?

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Apr 18, 2019 Apr 18, 2019

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Stock images is a craft, not an artistic business. Sorry about that.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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New Here ,
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Adobe Community Professional ,
Apr 18, 2019 Apr 18, 2019

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Short answer: NO!

Longer answer: The buyer can always simulate that effect, but the inverse is not possible. Stock images need to be crisp sharp! It's not an artistic contest...

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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