These appear to be Generative AI assets. Did you follow Adobe guidelines for category, titles and keywords? The first one has very soft focus and unrealistic shadows and geometry. The second seems to have very little in focus and chroma noise.
hey jill, thanks for your help, yes they are ia generated, but im just doing that by now, trying a little bit. but they accepted me many ia generated images. By the way, how much ia images do you think it takes to get some profit? taking in count you do relatively good images.
You probably need a lot of assets. Stock is very erratic and you make sales, when you have a lot of assets of the right topic. That will enhance your chance to appear in searches. Having themed pictures for different occasions around the year helps.
Your second has also a kind of watermark in the lower left corner:
You did not answer: Did you follow Adobe guidelines for category, titles and keywords? If the answer is no, please say so, because you have a big problem we must try to help you with.
I am not an AI contributor, so I have no idea how many assets you need in your portfolio in order to generate ongoing sales. From my perspective it seems that there is a lot of competition from many very similar looking assets. Keep in mind that the royalty you get for most images is $.33 or $.99. My lifetime average is $.94 per photograph. You need to decide for yourself whether the modest royalty that you might earn justifies the cost of generating, editing, titling, keywording and uploading to Adobe Stock.