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Most of my submitions were banned.
And i can not find out the reson.
Kindly help me.
Look at some of my banned subitions in attachment
All of them has this reason of ban:
Thank you for the opportunity to view your image. Unfortunately, during our review, we discovered that it contains one or more technical problems, so we cannot accept it into our collection.
For information on why we reject certain images, including technical issues, please visit this page: https://www.adobe.com/go/stock-contributor-help
The last one can never be used or fixed; you would need permission from the owner of the trademark (large M).
Ok, this one i was guessing.
But i wanted to be sure.
Can you have a look to other pictures and help to find out.
Your pano isn't matched very well. It looks like this is a pano from a smartphone. In all the panoramas the stitching is not good. This tends to happen with such types of pictures. It will not pass Adobe's standards.
Ok, thank you.
What about other photos.
For example theseThey were also rejected without any visible reason
All of my photos made on Smarthone.
But some of them were accepted,For instance this one.
Not one of the best my panoramas but it was accepted.
You may see here: https://stock.adobe.com/ua/stock-photo/id/383247787
So i would be glad to know where is the logic.
This user-to-user forum is not a photography school. We can't teach what you don't know about color saturation, white balance, exposure, framing, composition, depth of field (focus), copyright (intellectual property), etc... You must educate yourself or take some courses.
Photos of identifiable landmarks need signed releases. If you can't provide one, Adobe Stock won't accept it because Stock customers cannot use those images for commercial purposes. The same goes for photos of people. You need to submit model releases.
B&W photos don't sell. Stock customers want color images.
Be aware of your camera's limitations and overcome them wherever possible during the shoot and in post production.
Reasons for Rejected Content
Quality & Technical issues
Keep up the good work and better luck next time.