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No Info on WHY Image Was Rejected

Explorer ,
Mar 01, 2020 Mar 01, 2020

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I had an image that was rejected but nowhere does it tell me WHY. Adobe gives me a link to WHY an image might be rejected. Things such as technical issues, aesthetics, etc. but I have no idea the reason for this particular image. Was it technical, was it aesthetics, I have no idea?  This is very disappointing since how do we improve if we have no idea why a picture is turned down. Admittedly this image is more than a bit abstract, esoteric and not a true form of reality. Maybe that's the reason for rejection but maybe it's a noise issue, maybe they think it's not sharp enough. Who knows. Their rejection message is so bloody vague.Man carrying sack of wheat in the old market section of Delhi, India.Man carrying sack of wheat in the old market section of Delhi, India.

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Adobe Community Professional , Mar 01, 2020 Mar 01, 2020
Please note that images need to be perfect from a technical point of view, as this gives potential buyers the most possibilities. The image is all blurred. If it wouldn’t be blurred, it would need to have a model release. Refusal reasons are all generic, but point quite well into the problem with a little experience. Abambo. Sent from my iPad

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Mar 01, 2020 Mar 01, 2020

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Please note that images need to be perfect from a technical point of view, as this gives potential buyers the most possibilities.

The image is all blurred. If it wouldn’t be blurred, it would need to have a model release.

Refusal reasons are all generic, but point quite well into the problem with a little experience.

Abambo.


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ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Mar 03, 2020 Mar 03, 2020

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Nope, I don't think so. First the image is a pan with the head area sharp yet face is concealed so no need for model release. Just my two cents after nearly 45 years of making my full time living shooting stock. I guess it's possible the Adobe editors aren't familiar with this technique either. 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Mar 14, 2020 Mar 14, 2020

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I guess it's possible the Adobe editors aren't familiar with this technique either.

 

I guess they are. But anyhow you didn't tell us the refusal reason.

 

I do not think that the face is that much concealed. The individual pictured has a high chance to identify himself on the picture. 45 years ago, GDPR and similar was simply not there.

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Mar 07, 2020 Mar 07, 2020

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Thank you for feedback. What is perfection? If you look deep into digital
technique here you will probably find many many errors.

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If looking the picture at 100% or 200%  and you detect no flaws, than the image is perfect.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Mar 07, 2020 Mar 07, 2020

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As far as I can tell, the face isn't sharp. Because you have panned this shot, nothing is sharp and that could be a problem.

 

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Mar 07, 2020 Mar 07, 2020

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The woman is imaginary, this is a drawing. Actually the second picture was
rejected.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Mar 14, 2020 Mar 14, 2020

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Your answer is not understandable...there is no woman here in the picture... If you have a different request, please open your own thread.

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