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I am very new to the Adobe Stock contributor section and uploaded a ton of images in which most were rejected for various issues. The question I have is if an image was rejected because a filter was added to it can I re-submit it if the filter is removed? I am also new to photography as well and I am still learning how to correctly use my camera. I hope someone can answer my question. I have a ton of great photos that I think are awesome but being a newbie to photography I do not have an eye for catching the little problems that are very important to being an accepted image. Also, I was wondering, if I have an image that was accepted can I also submit that image as a vector or would that be a no-no? Thanks in advance for the feedback.
If you are confident the issue that caused the rejection can be corrected by you then yes, you can resubmit the corrected file for review. Generally you will be better off not adding filters or excessive post-processing effects as this type of content will often be rejected. Most designers prefer to add their own special effects to match their project exactly.
If you have already submitted a file for review, please do not submit it again in vector or any other format as this type of upload is considered image spam and may result in your account being closed.
Thank you so much. I'll remember not to add filters or anything too drastic. Would straightening the photo be ok? I also won't do both image and vector. It will be one or the other.
Yes, straightening the photo would be OK. Be sure to check out our learn and support pages for additional information on contributing when you have a chance: Stock Contributor Help