Hello guys, I would like to contribute with my own pics in this community, I was trying to upload some pics and then of a couple of dasys were rejected and this is the cause.
"During our review, we found that it contains elements that appear to be protected by intellectual property (IP) laws, so we can't accept it into our collection. Elements protected by IP may appear in the image or in the description, title, and/or keywords."
Really I don't found an issue here and would like to ask you if you can to help me to understand what happened?
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Intellectual property usually means somebody other than you is the legal owner of the object(s) depicted in your image. And you must obtain a signed release from the owner to use that image commercially. I can't be more specific because you didn't show us the image.
Meanwhile read these articles and bookmark them for future reference:
Stock Contributor User Guide
The iPhone 11 design is patented and owned by Apple. Anybody could easily identify it for what it is.
You can't sell images of iPhone commercially without Apple's permission. Apple is fiercely protective of their brand, designs and patents.
Ok, I understand this, but now I think how does for example one contributor like this.
maybe can you explain me what does this person to adobe stock allow him upload this content.
Restrictions: Editorial Use Only. That image is NOT for commercial use. See links below.
Editorial images are typically provided by partner agencies that Adobe Stock regularly works with. Adobe Stock does not accept Editorial Use Only images from individual contributors. Sorry.
Thank you so much Nancy.
You're welcome. Glad I could help 🙂