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Are AI generated images still acceptable?

New Here ,
Jun 16, 2023 Jun 16, 2023

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Hi everyone!

Here's my problem, after almost a month of a pending reviewing all my AI generated images was rejected. So, here is a quality problem, or they just don't approve AI images anymore?

Thanks everyone for a comment!

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Community Expert , Jun 16, 2023 Jun 16, 2023

Why do you think your assets were refused because they are generative AI? Check your assets, and you will see artefacts that would get any asset refused.

 

Example:

  • The background changes colour:

Abambo_0-1686909576583.png

  • Typical JPEG artefacts:
    Abambo_1-1686909624212.pngAbambo_2-1686909649506.pngAbambo_3-1686909783461.png

     

     

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Community Expert , Jun 16, 2023 Jun 16, 2023

Adobe is still accepting Generative AI images, and in fact there are now well over 10 million of such assets in the database. You were advised that yours were rejected because of quality problems. Both look quite blurry and low resolution. Do some research on how to inspect your own images for quality issues before submitting any more. An account with a very high rejection rate could get blocked by Adobe because they don't want to waste their moderstion resources on accounts that don't understan

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Jun 16, 2023 Jun 16, 2023

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Why do you think your assets were refused because they are generative AI? Check your assets, and you will see artefacts that would get any asset refused.

 

Example:

  • The background changes colour:

Abambo_0-1686909576583.png

  • Typical JPEG artefacts:
    Abambo_1-1686909624212.pngAbambo_2-1686909649506.pngAbambo_3-1686909783461.png

     

     

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Jun 19, 2023 Jun 19, 2023

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Thanks for comment!

but with 300% magnification there are always you can see 'Jpeg artefacts'. Am I wrong? I checked again 100% mafnification, and it's alright

and 'The background changes colour' for this picture it is a part of the smoky-painted textured composition, it is not flat solid "isolated" background(I did't add tags like "isolated")

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Adobe is still accepting Generative AI images, and in fact there are now well over 10 million of such assets in the database. You were advised that yours were rejected because of quality problems. Both look quite blurry and low resolution. Do some research on how to inspect your own images for quality issues before submitting any more. An account with a very high rejection rate could get blocked by Adobe because they don't want to waste their moderstion resources on accounts that don't understand or respect the requirements for stock images.

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