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Image not in focus.

Siskokidd8513
Dreamstime members I have a question that I can't come up with the answer too. Why is it that so many images are sent back with the reason being "Not enough of the Image in Focus" and you turn around and see another picture with almost none of the image in Focus? Does Dreamstime play favorites? I have sold a few images but can't get any more pictures in my portfolio. Thanks for any help.
Nikon D3000
Posted: 11/14/2012, 16:46:59 PM
Lauriey
Is the important parts of the image in focus? That's the main thing.. if your subject is partly out of focus then that's different then the subject in focus and the rest out of focus.

Also, some images have been around much longer, and I think now that DT is more established they are probably a bit more picky... they have a lot of images already so it has to be unique or better then what's already out there.
D700, 14-24mm, 24-70mm 2.8, 70-200mm VRII, 50mm 1.4, 105mm Macro
Posted: 11/14/2012, 17:51:35 PM
Jonwa60
I agree that as time goes by the standards get higher.
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Posted: 11/14/2012, 19:39:10 PM
Alvera
Stock images are more valuables if buyers can crop any part of them (for banners, one example). So, an image with all important parts well focused, will bring more sales.
Nikon. 4x4 car for wildlife adventures. Inkscape for vectors. Love & p...
Posted: 11/18/2012, 15:06:17 PM