2 Replies Latest reply on Jul 13, 2017 8:56 AM by aitanaac1989

    why is it wrong?

    aitanaac1989

      DSC_1847.JPG

       

      I did not edit the file. It was an spontaneous capture, but I think that the result is in great quality. Maybe there are some thecnical errors that I dont know.

      Thank for heping me.

        • 1. Re: why is it wrong?
          Szalam Adobe Community Professional & MVP

          When Adobe Stock rejects an image, they give a reason. What was the reason they gave for rejecting this image?

           

          I can tell you that, if I worked for Adobe, I would reject it for two reasons.

           

          1. It's too blurry. Look at the surfer's head as an example (note: I have not blown this up, this is at 100% zoom):

          0head.jpg

          2. It's too noisy. Look at the buildings as an example (note: again, this is not blown up at all):

          0buildings.jpg

           

          Before you submit any image, it's a good idea to view it at 100% resolution so that you can see the real quality of the image.

          • 2. Re: why is it wrong?
            aitanaac1989 Level 1

            The reason was problems with objects. I think it's what you answered me. Thank you so much. I wil try to improve that details.