1 Reply Latest reply on Mar 13, 2017 6:34 AM by Szalam

    Rejected for over exposure

    stephaniep73550014

      This image was rejected for being over exposed. Do they just look at histograms when making these calls. I wanted a high key image to just get the silhouette of my white cat. Any recommendations on dealing with intentional over or under exposure for artistic effect? Thanks for the advice.

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        • 1. Re: Rejected for over exposure
          Szalam Adobe Community Professional & MVP

          A silhouette is the image of a person, animal, object or scene represented as a solid shape of a single color, usually black, with its edges matching the outline of the subject. This is not a silhouette as we can't see the edges of the cat.

           

          I get the artistic line you were going for, but I don't think your image fulfills it. For one thing, there's a weird yellow blotch on the right side that detracts from the image (you might not see it if your monitor's brightness is too high or is otherwise incorrectly calibrated - the splotch is even with the cat's chin on the far right edge). A second problem is the cat gets cut off in the bottom and left. For this to be useable, I think you'd want the cat less cut off and more lost in the white. Also, is your original image larger than the one you posted here? If not, it's way too small.