I have been uploading more and more files to the Adobe Stock Contributor website, but they recently rejected a photo I liked a lot:
The rejection reasoning was that it has quality issues, but I'm not sure what that entails. I didn't filter it very much and the focus is pretty sharp. Does anyone know why this would get rejected?
The image is underexposed and you've cropped off part of the bloom on the bottom. Frankly, I wouldn't invest any time in editing and submitting floral images to Adobe Stock. Last time I looked there were already >29 million in the database, and the chances that yours would ever be found or licensed are remote...
Adobe Stock inventory has more than enough flowers. Currently more than 29 million. If you want to succeed at Stock, you need to submit more unique subjects that have less representation.