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Why were these rejected on technical issues??

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Mar 12, 2021 Mar 12, 2021

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These were rejected on technical issues not similar images already submited. I thought out of all the images I submitted that one or two of these would be rejected on that basis not techinical. For purposes of this form I've made my images smaller but the submited one were all betweenn 6 - 8MB. I have also read thooruugh all the Adobe support stuff  and I can't understand why?  Especially DSC_0085, 72, 90 and 53.Would it help to maybe resbmit those at a later stage? Should I maybe re-process the images and try and post it again?  Thanks everyone!

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LEGEND , Mar 13, 2021 Mar 13, 2021
Please show us exact images as submitted. But not so many.  Many technical problems, such as a lack of pixel-level detail caused by limited equipment, difficult conditions, or overprocessing, are only visible in the original pixels at full resolution.  There are also far too many similar images. Stock buyers do not need you to do their cropping for them. This is a reason for rejection in itself.

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Please show us exact images as submitted. But not so many. 

Many technical problems, such as a lack of pixel-level detail caused by limited equipment, difficult conditions, or overprocessing, are only visible in the original pixels at full resolution. 

 

There are also far too many similar images. Stock buyers do not need you to do their cropping for them. This is a reason for rejection in itself.

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