Warum wird ein Bild das gerade Rauch (Brandeinsatz) - (Rauchentwicklung) nicht in Stock genommen?

New Here ,
Oct 05, 2019 Oct 05, 2019

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Hi,

ich verstehe nicht warum ein Bild wie das es nicht in Stock schafft, da es ja gerade durch den Rauch und den Lichtkegel darauf hinweist das es sich um einen Brand handelt und die Feuerwehr im Einsatz ist.

 

Ok im ersten Bild ist "ggf. Werbung oder Marken zu sehen bei den anderen Bild aber nicht.)

 

Auf Antworten freue ich mich.

 

MfG

Frank

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Oct 06, 2019 Oct 06, 2019

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Hi Frank,

Thank you for giving us the opertunity to critique your images. The concept of all three images are great, and yes should make great stock images except for a couple of issue. First there is a white balance issue. The images are too yellow.

Secondly, they are under exposed, and so details are lost. You need to ensure your camera's settings are correct when taking photos for stock. You need to check to make sure you have the correct white balance settings, correct exposure, and so on.

And also images like these require releases.

I hope you found this helpful.

Best wishes

JG

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Oct 07, 2019 Oct 07, 2019

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What was the actual rejection reason? Was it Image Quality/Technical Issues? As pointed out, you have white balance, exposure issues, and most probably property release forms need to be submitted as well and maybe model release forms.

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Oct 07, 2019 Oct 07, 2019

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Hi, thanks for the mail. The Picture is blurred. The one fire service in a fire. I think smoke is like that and how do I get sharp pictures with smoke?

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Oct 07, 2019 Oct 07, 2019

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Taking photos at nights, and in low light such as fog, and smoke require the same technique, adjust your shutter speed, aperture (f number), and ISO until you get the right exposure for the scene. Pay attention to the indicators in your camera, or on your display monitor. Sometimes the use of exposure compensation is necessary. Setting the right white balance is also important. If you're not sure of what white balance is best, try auto or preset a white balance. However once you have good settings, you'll get more details. In the case of these images, high ISO is required. 

You will get more detailed information about shooting in low light by watching the video "Photography Foundations: Night & Low light by Ben Long on Linkedin.

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Oct 07, 2019 Oct 07, 2019

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You have to do some post-processing. This is a quick example of what can be done:

Feuerwehr Recklinghausen_Bauking Übung-1353_edited.jpg

If the smoke was that yellow in your original shot - it would be like from a chemical burn.

Be careful of property rights though. You should clone out anything that can be identified.

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Oct 07, 2019 Oct 07, 2019

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Ich habe mir jetzt nur das erste Bild angesehen...

 

ABgesehen von den technischen Unzulänglichkeiten habe ich eine Menge von Informationen und Logos gesehen, welche einwandfrei die Leute identifizieren und das Bild aus rechtlichen Gründen unbrauchbar machen:

Feuerwehr Recklinghausen_Bauking Übung-1348.jpg

 

Auch beim zweiten Bild und beim Dritten sind Markenzeichen oder identifizierbare Elemente vorhanden.

Regards, Abambo
Hard- and Software Engineer and Photographer.

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