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« on: August 16, 2022, 14:14 »
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I don't understand why Adobe stock don't accept vertical and horizontal image same view? If customer crop vertical image from horizontal image customer get low resolution image! It's very important especially landscape images.



« Reply #2 on: August 16, 2022, 20:35 »
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I don't understand why Adobe stock don't accept vertical and horizontal image same view? If customer crop vertical image from horizontal image customer get low resolution image! It's very important especially landscape images.

I have horizontal and vertical shots of the same subject matter in my portfolio, but they were setup specifically for the format. Not just, say, shot landscape, then cropped for vertical (like Mat said).

« Reply #3 on: August 17, 2022, 00:02 »
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I have send many years vertical and horizontal images to Adobe stock and always they are approved. But lately they are rejected all.

If customer want to do big vertical print from photo, he have to crop it from horizontal image. In that case image resolution isnt enough to do good quality print???
« Last Edit: August 17, 2022, 01:30 by VisitorQ »

« Reply #4 on: August 17, 2022, 11:35 »
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I have send many years vertical and horizontal images to Adobe stock and always they are approved. But lately they are rejected all.

If customer want to do big vertical print from photo, he have to crop it from horizontal image. In that case image resolution isnt enough to do good quality print???

same here - when i submit H & V they are never cropped but separate images - similarly with a series - they reject because they are same subject, not because they are actually similar by any reasonable definition.  and with such a series each other agency chooses a DIFFERENT set to accept so asking me to decide which tiny subset to submit really limits my chances-  and, unlike other agencies, submitting 'similars' risks a suspension

SVH

« Reply #5 on: August 17, 2022, 13:13 »
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I have send many years vertical and horizontal images to Adobe stock and always they are approved. But lately they are rejected all.

If customer want to do big vertical print from photo, he have to crop it from horizontal image. In that case image resolution isnt enough to do good quality print???
That is funny. A couple of months ago I attended a Behance livestream, hosted by Mat and somebody else from Adobe. They were explicitly encouraging people to shoot the subject from different angles, place the same subject right or left, shoot vertical and horizontal and submit.
I guess that is not the motto anymore then.

« Reply #6 on: August 18, 2022, 07:57 »
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That is funny. A couple of months ago I attended a Behance livestream, hosted by Mat and somebody else from Adobe. They were explicitly encouraging people to shoot the subject from different angles, place the same subject right or left, shoot vertical and horizontal and submit.
I guess that is not the motto anymore then.
to shoot the subject from different angles, place the same subject right or left, shoot vertical and horizontal.........
Thats the way i do. It works fine.


 

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