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Hi Adobe community..
I've been contributing for roughly six months or so now. Reasonably "good record" with submissions / acceptances (I think). Recently though - I submitted four images on different topics (all science and tech related though) and all four came back with "Data Issue" - I've attached a screen grab below. The description of this hold basically says essentially that the image is OK but there is an issue with keywording or title - and gives little else guidance. Furthermore it gives me the opportunity to correct this and resubmit.
That's all nice but problem is I don't know what to correct, this looks fine to me and seems consistent with all the other hundred images or so I've submitted / Adobe accepted in this past six months.
Any guidance? I've attached the image and the submissions response.
I think it's just because this really looks like an AI-Generated image even though upon very close inspection I can see it's not.
For a trained eye of a moderator, it should be clear that it is not generative AI. It's the kind of asset that is very difficult to get clean in AI. But you need to inspect the assets at 100%.
That was my hope - that renders would still stand out a bit .. but there is such a huge flood of submissions now that I am thinking that's not the situation. From reading this forum it seems that it's not just me but also traditional photography that's taking a hit. Since Adobe introduced firefly - I have to believe they are going with the flow as well. It's discouraging but totally understandable.