Hello, could you please tell me the specific reasons why my photos were not accepted, it says image quality.
Without the rejected photos posted for us to review, the forum members won't be able to give any meaningful feedback.
You should indicate the reject reason that Adobe supplied when you upload here. I'll assume you supplied a model release for the woman in your images. The first 2 images have other IP issues including the store names in the background and even the buttons on her jacket. The 3rd & 4th images have leaning verticals. The next few are black and white co versions which are not accepted by Adobe.
Thank you very much for your recommendations. With respect to black and white photographs, Adobe does not accept the conversion of color to b/w and does not accept the b/w format in general. For example, if I wanted to upload documentary photography that is normally b/w, it would not fit the correct profile?
@Fernando31519560fozi The theory is that customers prefer to do their own b&w conversation with digital photography. At least that's my understanding of it. As an example, I've never used a b&w photo for a composite before.
I have a few b&w photos in my portfolio, and they just don't sell well even if they are accepted. In fact, they perform poorly over all platforms for me.
If true there are some tilts on the horizon, thank you for your observation.
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