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A few weeks back, I asked readers to send in photos they’ve recently had rejected from stock agencies. Thanks to everyone who was brave enough to share!

I’ve made a video going over each shot, why I think it didn’t make it in… and what to do about it next time you shoot.

By far the BIGGEST issue is image quality.

But… what does image quality mean? You’ll see in the video… and I’ll go over it a little more in-depth in next week’s issue. (Click below to watch the video.)

Until then, know that you can quickly fix some small noise and focus issues by exporting your photo out of Lightroom at a smaller size. Here’s a previous BSC article on how to do that.

I hope that helps… and stay tuned for more on how to shoot high quality photos in the next issue!

 

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