Why was it rejected?

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Jul 10, 2021 Jul 10, 2021

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Adobe Community Professional , Jul 10, 2021 Jul 10, 2021
The Adobe Moderator would have given you a reject reason which I assume was "technical issues": 1. Soft focus, halos along the edges from over-sharpening or other processing, chromatic aberration 2. Not in focus; blown out highlights, noise in the shadows 3. same as no. 2 4. Focus is not sharp enough; noise in the shadows 5. same as no. 4 Keep in mind that Adobe Stock is already saturated with flower images; in order for yours to be accepted, they would have to be perfectly executed in terms o...

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The Adobe Moderator would have given you a reject reason which I assume was "technical issues":

1. Soft focus, halos along the edges from over-sharpening or other processing, chromatic aberration

2. Not in focus; blown out highlights, noise in the shadows

3. same as no. 2

4. Focus is not sharp enough; noise in the shadows

5. same as no. 4

 

Keep in mind that Adobe Stock is already saturated with flower images; in order for yours to be accepted, they would have to be perfectly executed in terms of focus, exposure, lighting and composition.

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Jul 11, 2021 Jul 11, 2021

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Hello @Rameswar Mishra , look at your photos at 200%, if you do, you can see artifacts along all of the edges of the first photo. Also, your shadow areas are slightly underexposed. The other photos I did not look at.

 

Best regards, Ralph Lear
Software Engineer and Outdoor Photographer

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