I have got basically the same question: Does it make sense to upload sanned Images at all as they have always a certain grain?
Thank' s for an answer,
Sure, we will accept scans. It's important to note however, the review criteria is the same. There isn't a different review process that takes into account the image was scanned. If instead of noise, there is excessive grain or artifacts from the scan, we won't be able to accept it.
Okay. Thank you for the quick answer!
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I removed all my images that did make
it. (digital) and moved on to two other
agencies that are much more accommodating and do sell pictures more than Adobe.
Crazy world where someone like Adobe rejects
images that may not be possible on digital, just because they are on film.
I don't agree with you at all. First, there are
many very famous photographers that would not
meet your criteria because their images do have
grain. In fact, they shoot for grain. It's
called art, and I think you are so wrapped up in
technology, you fail to see that some images with
grain do have merit. Second, there are a great
many underwater images shot on film that cannot
be shot on digital because the situations no
longer exist. You need to reconsider your
rules. Setup a film division. Don't put them
together and compare them. Doesn't really matter
anyway. I removed my images from your stock
account and signed up with two other
agencies. They agree with me. I will pass the
word to other photographers I know.
Well said Jack, would like to know who you signed with, having my own problems with Adobe Stock
I signed up with
https://www.dreamstime.com They don't pay
as much, but in the first couple days on BigStock
I sold a couple. Not much because whoever
bought them bought in stock. Stock photography
will never be the same as it was in the 20th
century. We just need to adjust. If they stay
in the drawer, no one will ever see what we saw
when we took the shot. If we get paid a little
for the effort, so much the better.