New guy here, but now that I've been accepted by Adobe I've started to notice that flower pictures aren't going to be easy. Fine by me, but wanted to run this one past my fellow contributor experts.
This was declined due to "Exposure Problem" and the description for the rejection was "Thanks for giving us the chance to consider your image. Unfortunately, during our review we found that it's either over- or under-exposed, so we can't accept it into our collection."
Any thoughts? This was a dark purple tulip that I brightened quite a bit in order to keep it appearing underexposed, but I don't feel I hit the overexposed range. Thoughts so I can better myself? Thanks in advance!
It still feels a bit dark to me.
As you've noticed, there are TONS of flower pictures on Adobe Stock. You really need yours to ZING if it's going to make it in these days.
Maybe try upping the contrast? I'm new here and am just guessing. Hope it helps.
Thanks Pam, but if I increase the contrast it will make the image darker. Thanks for the reply