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Hi, just uploading my first photos and I don't always understand the reason of rejection...
Like this one File ID: 183280908
I just removed the name of the airplane company and identification number...
Nobody could look at your rejected picture using the file-ID...You must post it here as a picture in your comment...
sorry :-). This is just one of many others... Many were also rejected because of intellectual property violation... does that mean that every single building will fall under that rule?
The markings on the plane would be a reason for intellectual property rights! (I think)
The plane was rejected for artefacts... but photos like this one was rejected for intellectual property rights violation...
The picture of the plane shows light-dark seams around the left wheels. That could be the reason for a rejection because of artifacts.
Railway stations are mostly private areas, so you need a property release.
In my experience adobe reject all photos with editing. Only accept Photos with little needy crop, noise reduction etc.
Perhaps due to the signage, and the fact that it is a train station! (Maybe)
If you look at the Transportation restrictions (Known image restrictions) they've called out several known train/transit systems. I imagine most fall under the restriction.
And, as was mentioned, on the plane the markings are branding. I know you said the rejection was for artefacts but maybe they just selected the wrong reason?
Adobe do not accept editorial images.
A railway station is a public place/ property which is man made and designed and not your own and is best suited for an editorial image category. In case you wish to submit it for commercial use, railway station as main object in photo, you need permission from authorities otherwise later may or may not cause problem. This is my view.