I have been repeatedly uploading assets on adobe stock! But the reason for the rejection is said to be quality issues, which seems unclear to me. Can someone who has been on Adobe contributor more than a decade and have had similar rejections, guide me to actual reason and how to improvize it? I am attaching the assets below
Thank you 🙂
It appears that some or all of these are Generative AI assets. Is that correct?
1 - blur
2 - overexposed highlights
3 - the link halo around the yolk is odd...
4 - overexposed, bottom of glass is cropped
5 - some inconsistencies in the red stripes. Model has no neck
Dog's nose & mouth are messed up.
AI is not perfect with details & geometry. You have to make it perfect before you submit.
If you don't have the skills to do it, discard the image and move on to another one.
Personally, I think AI is much harder than most people think.
it seem there are several imperfections that should be addressed. A brand is mentioned in the first picture. Brands must not be recognizable. Also many of the Images are not sharp overall.
Before you submit, please review the submission guidelines carefully and compare your work with other Stock inventory. To be accepted, your work should be as good or better than what's already represented in your keyword category.
If its generative AI based, please look into these instructions and follow them to the letter: https://community.adobe.com/t5/stock-contributors-discussions/generative-ai-submission-guidelines/td...
If it's a REAL person, you need to submit a Model release signed by the person who modeled for it.
If it's a fake person, you must submit a Property release signed by you as the artist who created it.
Keep in mind that Generative AI could take 1-2 months to review due to the immense backlog. Whatever you submit needs to be free of errors and AI imperfections. AI is notoriously bad at details and geometry. Concentrate on one asset at a time. When that's perfect, move on to others. Quality is what counts, not quantity. Make every submission count. Don't waste the reviewer's time with junk submissions. It could come back to bite you later. Hope that helps.