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Complete Collection of Refusing Reasons Vol. 2

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Namowen
Posted: 11/24/2011, 08:45:09 AM
Xiaofeng123
so my friend,can you give the associated method to correct these issue?
Nikon D3100,18-55 lens,35 1.8G lens.
Posted: 11/24/2011, 09:12:32 AM
Namowen
Here is an old article of mine. Wish it has some usefulness, still:)
Improve Your Acceptance Ratio
Posted: 11/24/2011, 09:23:03 AM
Neilmachin
I have had a few of those! However it is reasons 11 and 19 that I find the worst. The others reasons that I have had all all due to poor quality - i.e. I should have know better than to try and submit it, but those two can be returned at any time and impact you acceptance ratio.
Nikon D40
Posted: 11/24/2011, 09:31:28 AM
Namowen
I guess, 11 and 19 mean that 'there are more than one reason for this picture so that it's not what we are looking for':)
Posted: 11/24/2011, 09:52:45 AM
Egomezta
As I read all the refusing reasons I was becoming upset....
and equipment: - Nikkor 70-300 mm - Nikkor 18-105 mm...
Posted: 11/24/2011, 10:11:05 AM
Namowen
I havn't expected that:) Actually, these reasons let me know that how many things I should improve for a good stock-oriented image. So, you know, I'm a terrible photographer;) but I'm on it.
Posted: 11/24/2011, 10:31:02 AM
Mariaam
Admin
@Egomezta: LOL !!! Me too! :D
Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator
Posted: 11/24/2011, 11:21:49 AM
Davidwatmough
As you get towards 2000 images you are more upset when you've maybe spent an hour on an image and it meets rejection. And sometimes you feel it's simply a conflict of opinion and you cannot win. But you must learn to accept rejection and smile. David.
Nikon D 700 and various Nikon lens.
Posted: 11/24/2011, 14:56:17 PM
Digikhmer
According to me, the worse is the "11" one. Specially when you went through all the other to correct your picture... and after the third, the fourth etc... submission you ended up with this one which, basically, means "no way". Most of the time, I wrote to the support and gave my point of view regarding the refused picture for the 11's reason. more that 50% of time, the picture has be accepted and got sales quite rapidly.
Inspirations and opportunities ...
Posted: 11/25/2011, 02:27:53 AM
Yuritz
I agree that they're useful and help us to make a better job and take better pictures,but sometimes is frustrating to get one of them refused and then search around and see that something similar is selling alot,that's what makes me angry. Expecially if the reason is like the 2 or 11,which you can't do much for.
Nikkor 85 f 1.4 Zoom: Sigma 24-70 f 2.8 SB-900 ...
Posted: 11/25/2011, 03:05:51 AM
Rokovak
lol, bytifil
Posted: 11/26/2011, 01:21:46 AM
Afagundes
One more

21. - Too many photos/illustrations on the same subject or from the same series. Your submission should not duplicate content already in your portfolio or content which you plan to upload separately in the future (ie. collages based on your images). Please be more selective and choose only the best shots or illustrations. Avoid submitting simple variations on the same subject or duplicating content already in your portfolio (including from collages). You can create sets of similars (several shots included within the same image). That will help the file sell better and generate higher royalties via our level-based system.
f/4L Canon EF 70-300mm IS/USM f/4-5.6 Canon 100mm f/2.8 USM/Macro ...
Posted: 11/26/2011, 20:55:47 PM
Afagundes
Another one

22. - The composition of a successful commercial image needs to be clear and supportive of the image's main concept and primary subject. A good composition is one which does not limit the potential use of the image by designers (by being tightly cropped, for example). Engaging the classical rules of composition, such as the rule of thirds, the golden ratio or a supportive use of negative space may help you to produce good commercial images. You may visit the Stock Photo Utilities section of our site or the message boards for more information on how to produce stock-oriented images.
Image subject is too specific or niche-oriented. The primary goal of a stock image is to be generic and match as many usage types as possible. Your image is not generic enough and will not generate significant sales. Please try to recreate/rephotograph the scene differently and/or use this info for more generic images in the future.
f/4L Canon EF 70-300mm IS/USM f/4-5.6 Canon 100mm f/2.8 USM/Macro ...
Posted: 11/26/2011, 20:57:51 PM
Afagundes
More one

23. This image does not meet our current requirements in terms of technical quality, composition, lighting setup, color, or overall attention to detail. Please take time to browse through our best selling images on this particular subject and adjust/reshoot the image in order to maximize its sales potential.
f/4L Canon EF 70-300mm IS/USM f/4-5.6 Canon 100mm f/2.8 USM/Macro ...
Posted: 11/26/2011, 20:59:23 PM
Afagundes
And another one

24. - Please remove all logos (if available) and submit this image as regular, as it has a bigger commercial potential rather than editorial. Note that this doesn't ensure that your image will be accepted, a separate review will apply. If you plan to submit it again, ensure you select the appropriate tab for licensing, on the submission page.
f/4L Canon EF 70-300mm IS/USM f/4-5.6 Canon 100mm f/2.8 USM/Macro ...
Posted: 11/26/2011, 21:01:18 PM
Afagundes
And yet another...

25. We are looking for images that exceed the technical quality and creativity of the images already online. Lighting and composition are very important in creating a good quality stock image that will have good chances to sell. This is a very well covered subject in our data base and the image does not exceed in quality, composition and technique images that we already have online.
f/4L Canon EF 70-300mm IS/USM f/4-5.6 Canon 100mm f/2.8 USM/Macro ...
Posted: 11/26/2011, 21:02:44 PM
Afagundes
Some of them, like #25 might be replacing #1
f/4L Canon EF 70-300mm IS/USM f/4-5.6 Canon 100mm f/2.8 USM/Macro ...
Posted: 11/26/2011, 21:03:47 PM
Afagundes
Found another one

26. Image subject is too specific or niche-oriented. The primary goal of a stock image is to be generic and match as many usage types as possible. Your image is not generic enough and will not generate significant sales. Please try to recreate/rephotograph the scene differently and/or use this info for more generic images in the future.
f/4L Canon EF 70-300mm IS/USM f/4-5.6 Canon 100mm f/2.8 USM/Macro ...
Posted: 11/26/2011, 21:06:11 PM
Afagundes
I had some 19's that I have edited and submitted as RF's and were accepted.
f/4L Canon EF 70-300mm IS/USM f/4-5.6 Canon 100mm f/2.8 USM/Macro ...
Posted: 11/26/2011, 21:08:43 PM
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