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  1. Thank you Robin! I will work on fixing this in future shots.
  2. Thank you everyone for your thoughts and suggestions. Very helpful!
  3. I did not know this was done with AI--which explains why it is so much quicker than other stock sites. SS usually returns acceptance/rejection within hours where other sites I have submit to may take over a week. I am coming to realize what you say about "pretty" images and marketability. These were just from two still life set ups that I did for fun while in quarantine and not taking any client sessions. I will definitely be thinking more along the lines of what will sell as stock images in the future.
  4. Thank you, I see that now. I am new to stock. I normally shoot portraits and always like to give clients a very high resolution image. I would have thought that higher resolution would have been good for stock as well. I will take your suggestion and try again. Thank you for taking the time to reply!
  5. This one was rejected because of focus too. ????? Is it just my eyes because the focus on the roses looks pretty sharp to me. Is there something I'm missing? Do you find inconsistencies in acceptance and rejections?
  6. Hi! I'm a new contributor and I keep getting rejections because of focus. However, I KNOW I'm nailing the focus because I set the focal points in camera when I'm shooting. I shoot with a Sony AR4 and a Sony Zeiss 50mm 1.4 so I know it's not an equipment issue either. Is it because of depth of field background blur? Should I shoot with a higher f-stop to make everything in frame in focus? For example, this one was rejected. I set the focus right on the folded pages that makes the heart. I know the flowers are tack sharp too because I shot this at 3.2 and they are on the same focal plane
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