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Image rejected for property issues. What do you think I wrong?

Explorer ,
Dec 25, 2023 Dec 25, 2023

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These 2 my images have been rejected because of :

 

Intellectual property (IP) issues

If your files contain content protected by intellectual property laws, we can’t accept them. This rule is in place to protect you as well as our customers and Adobe Stock. For more information, review the Legal guidelines section of this Contributor guide.

Content protected by IP laws may appear in the image, description, title, and/or keywords. Here are some examples:

 

  • Products and objects 
    If they're identifiable and distinctive in visual appearance, like in their shape or color, commercial products should never be in focus and/or be the main subject of your content. This includes toys, fashion accessories, electronic devices, designer furniture, and more. Learn more
  • Trademark, trade dress, and intellectual property 
    We can't accept content that includes logos, trademarks, or company or brand names. This includes identifiable packaging or other product dress. Learn more
  • Locations, venues, monuments, and landmarks 
    Ticketed locations with paid admission often have photography restrictions. Images require property releases when they depict unique locations with distinctive features in an identifiable manner, including identifiable enclosures, installations, animals, and more. We also can’t accept content that depicts certain landmarks and monuments. It's your responsibility to find out if any photography restrictions apply. Learn more
  • Architecture and buildings 
    Modern architecture with unique building structures requires a release when it's the main focus of the image. However, depending on the specific situation, city vistas, skylines, or close-ups may be fine. Learn more
  • Copyrighted objects 
    Images depicting or originating from artworks, sculptures, street art, drawings, illustrations, literature, fonts, and graphic elements are not acceptable if you didn’t create them yourself. 

 

1_clinical.jpg

 

 

Titles of the 2 images was these:

 

First image:

"Clinical Treatment And Support. Nurse in white coat holding a yellow heart icon in her hands with red cross emblem. Sunlight reflection. Message about giving help and service assistance for health."

 

Second image:

"Ready To Help You (First Aid Emblem). Two young hands holding a white sphere with the red cross icon. Message about giving help and service assistance for health."

 

 

Do someone have an idea about the cause of the rejection?

 

When images are rejected I cannot be able to see "keywords" but only the title. So I have to create keywards again.

 

May be problems are in the keywords?

 

For example the word "Emergency" can be used in the title or in the keywords or it could be refer to the Italian nongovernmental organization (NGO) ?

 

Thank you.

 

 

 

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Community Expert , Dec 25, 2023 Dec 25, 2023

The Red Cross in these images is a protected trade mark in the medical field.

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The Red Cross in these images is a protected trade mark in the medical field.

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They even made it a registered trademark...

 

So the problem was that.

 

If the cross was of another color it would therefore have been accepted

 

Thank you very much.

 

Soon everything will be a registered trademark, even the air we breathe.  🙂

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