Hi, I make stuff like this sometimes, I am wondering how content quality guidlines can somehow reject geometric abstraction as a genre? I understand a platform probably wants to control the overall represtation of themselves and its associations, feel free to let me know!
Was it rejected for "technical reasons"?
Its def possible because its super dark, depending on what happens with the next 19 I can try uploading non edited ones next
What was the rejection reason? I guess technical issues?
I've seen hard edges, where there should be soft ones:
This is not a natural cut-off.
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hmm, I am trying to create physical structures and implications with light, I will try making more natural hard edges vs soft edges (:
I've really wanted to bridge my interest in geometric abstraction with photography in a way that utilizes the present moment in the surrounding area when the photo is taken, so I expect some minor issues with quality as I attempt to conform my work to standards
heres what I do with ink, thanks for the feedback!
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This is a commercial business. Ask yourself who will buy this and what will they use it for? If the answer to either question is "I don't know," it's probably not right for Adobe Stock.
I can make my own fractals and other abstract designs in Photoshop with one hand tied behind my back -- both manually and with scripts. There is no shortage of abstracts in Stock's inventory. But the bigger question is does it sell? No.
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