Seems that Adobe has changed their process or software for accepting images. A lot more rejections than in the past. Can someone confirm please.
For one, I haven't really noticed any change in the percentage of rejected pictures in the past 2 years, when I started contributing. On the contrary, more are now accepted because I pay attention to more things that could cause rejection.
While there are (always have been) few cases where I'm left wondering what's the problem, to be honest it's mostly justified when they reject some of my images.
Michael Niessen - Photographer, photo-editor, educator
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I don't think so. My acceptance rate for the past year or so is well over 90%; but I have learned how to carefully scrutinize my images for flaws before uploading. IP rejections remain the big unknown - if in doubt I post anyway...
I don't think the review process is any different than it has always been.
Probably lots more completion. More content to be choosy over and more of the same too. So its possible that we need to be more creative if we choose to contribute more and get our stuff downloaded. 🤔😕