PHOTO - Sliced Kiwi

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SulimanChadirji
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Posted Thu Apr 11, 2013 8:57PM
I am new to istock and would appreciate the critique on those photos.
Two photos were rejected and I can resubmit.
Thanks every one for their input.
S.Ch.
Sliced Kiwi   File # 23689084 
http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrumptiousimages/8641049939/in/photostream/

Sliced Kiwi with one half inverted   File # 23689085

http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrumptiousimages/8641049261/in/photostream



Rejection Reason



We found the overall composition of this file's lighting could be improved. Some of the technical aspects that can all limit the usefulness of a file are: 

-Flat/dull colors
-Direct on-camera flash and/or flash fall-off (bright subject, dark background)
-Harsh lighting with blown-out highlights that lack details and/or distracting shadows
- Distracting lens flares
-Incorrect white balance

(Edited on 2013-04-11 21:00:13 by SulimanChadirji)

(Edited on 2013-04-11 21:01:19 by SulimanChadirji)
Whiteway
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Posted Thu Apr 11, 2013 11:34PM
Both have the same issue. On the image histogram, your right hand edge falls 5% short of full white, which means your background white is very grey. You can see this clearly by comparing it against the white of your computer screen.

I suggest you re-process from the beginning, and be much harder on that right-hand edge.
Difydave
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Posted Fri Apr 12, 2013 3:36AM
As Roger says the whites are very grey. The subjects are underexposed. Kiwi fruit is the worst. Cucumber is better, hence the resub. I'm surprised that these haven't got a rejection for isolation as well. White backgrounds either need to be correctly exposed, and showing some texture or gradient with no significant blown out areas, or "isolated on white" where the background is all pure white. in both cases the subject(s) need to be correctly exposed.
SulimanChadirji
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Posted Fri Apr 12, 2013 9:29AM

Thank you for the input and the remarks. I will reprocess the images.


Suliman
donald_gruener
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Posted Fri Apr 12, 2013 10:29AM
The hard shadows on the background material are awkward as well.
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