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Mass Rejected Photos

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Apr 19, 2023 Apr 19, 2023

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Good morning, I've always uploaded 100 pictures at a time and I average about a 15-20% approval rate on my submissions. Over the last three weeks or so I can't get a single approval despite uploading over 1000 photos (over three weeks). What's changed? Some of the same images uploaded to other microstock site are getting approved at the same rate so this is an Adobe issue. 

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Community Expert , Apr 19, 2023 Apr 19, 2023
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 Some of the same images uploaded to other microstock site are getting approved at the same rate so this is an Adobe issue. 


By @elviss85997996

I doubt that this is an issue. Post one of the assets here as submitted, and we can check that out. Don't forget to post the rejection reason with that. Getting assets accepted on other sites is no guarantee that they get accepted here and vice versa.

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Community Expert , Apr 19, 2023 Apr 19, 2023

It would help if you uploaded 2-3 rejected photos that you think are okay.

We need to see to an original to determine if issues are present or not.

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Community Expert , Apr 19, 2023 Apr 19, 2023

If you are consistently getting 80-85% of your images rejected, you are not learning from your previous rejects. When I started out here in Adobe Stock a few years ago, my reject rate was ~30%; but as I learned what level of quality was required and became more adept at carefully inspecting my photos, the rejects declined. Now I rarely get a reject. 

Are you submitting photographs or Generative AI assets ? Given that you say you've uploaded 1,000 in the last 3 weeks, I'm thinking you might be cr

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Apr 19, 2023 Apr 19, 2023

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 Some of the same images uploaded to other microstock site are getting approved at the same rate so this is an Adobe issue. 


By @elviss85997996

I doubt that this is an issue. Post one of the assets here as submitted, and we can check that out. Don't forget to post the rejection reason with that. Getting assets accepted on other sites is no guarantee that they get accepted here and vice versa.

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It would help if you uploaded 2-3 rejected photos that you think are okay.

We need to see to an original to determine if issues are present or not.

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If you are consistently getting 80-85% of your images rejected, you are not learning from your previous rejects. When I started out here in Adobe Stock a few years ago, my reject rate was ~30%; but as I learned what level of quality was required and became more adept at carefully inspecting my photos, the rejects declined. Now I rarely get a reject. 

Are you submitting photographs or Generative AI assets ? Given that you say you've uploaded 1,000 in the last 3 weeks, I'm thinking you might be cranking out AI stuff at a high rate... 

 

If the reject rate in your account remains consistently very high, Adobe might close the account.

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