Why were my photos rejected?

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Aug 26, 2020 Aug 26, 2020

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Hi all,

 

I'm a new contributor here. Some of my photos were rejected for technical issues and I don't understand why. 

I attach them below:

 

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Thanks for helping out! I highly appreciate it.

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Adobe Community Professional , Aug 26, 2020 Aug 26, 2020
Your photos are very blue, so white balance - colour temperature is a problem here. You have to get rid of the blue cast - esp with the baby on the grass.

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Adobe Community Professional , Aug 28, 2020 Aug 28, 2020
Cute baby.  In addition to what's been said already,  there's a distracting weed in your subject.  Insufficient contrast. Baby's skin tone looks drab, like putty rather than a natural flesh tone.  And finally, baby's left arm blemish should be removed with Photoshop's Spot Healing brush.

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Adobe Community Professional , Aug 30, 2020 Aug 30, 2020
In addition: the main subject is shadowy here... The baby in the first picture also looks kind of soft, to soft in my eyes. The baby's eyes are not sharp. And btw: the Canon WB is quite good. I keep that one on automatic and need only to intervene when there are mixed light sources. You need to shoot raw, however, in case you need to change that. I would anyhow shoot raw as the possibilities to correct the image after the shoot are many times better like jpeg.

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Aug 26, 2020 Aug 26, 2020

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Your photos are very blue, so white balance - colour temperature is a problem here. You have to get rid of the blue cast - esp with the baby on the grass.

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Cute baby.  In addition to what's been said already,  there's a distracting weed in your subject.  Insufficient contrast. Baby's skin tone looks drab, like putty rather than a natural flesh tone.  And finally, baby's left arm blemish should be removed with Photoshop's Spot Healing brush.

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Nancy O'Shea, Adobe Product User & Community Professional
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Aug 30, 2020 Aug 30, 2020

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In addition: the main subject is shadowy here...

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The baby in the first picture also looks kind of soft, to soft in my eyes. The baby's eyes are not sharp.

 

And btw: the Canon WB is quite good. I keep that one on automatic and need only to intervene when there are mixed light sources. You need to shoot raw, however, in case you need to change that. I would anyhow shoot raw as the possibilities to correct the image after the shoot are many times better like jpeg.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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The Canon Auto WB is very good. I also keep it on that.

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