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I am new to adobe stock and submit some photos.
But after two days my photos are rejected.
I just want to know the reason behind this because I don't know
why adobe reject my photos.
I am attaching one of my submitted photos.
Can anyone find the technical issues in my image.
Zoom in, then you can see that there are no details in the picture. It's also very dark.
Honestly, it's not something I would buy for a million dollar ad campaign.
What was the rejection reason given -- content, intellectual property, technical...?
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Now I understand.
Rejection reason - technical issues
Technical issues - white balance, contrast, saturation...
In this case, your picture is under exposed - it's too dark. When taking a picture against snow, it can put the camera's exposure metering out. The snow is reflecting a lot of light, so the camera wants to make it darker, when in fact it should be lighter.
Another thing is, because this was taken on a smartphone, you get to see the pixels when enlarged. Customers want to be able to enlarge the photo, but they won't be able to from a smartphone as the pixels begin to show.
This explains everything, thanks for that.