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Community Beginner ,
Jun 11, 2021 Jun 11, 2021

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Looking for some feedback and advice as to why this would be rejected. Also when I see some of my rejected files in stock, it lists the file as "Original name: upload.jpg", even when that was not the file name. Does this indicate the file did not fully upload, or maybe some other issue?

 

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Jun 11, 2021 Jun 11, 2021
Hello, first of all, monochrome photos are not desired. Second, you are not allowed to include a signature or logo.

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Hello, first of all, monochrome photos are not desired. Second, you are not allowed to include a signature or logo.

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Thanks for the input. I was aware of the signature, and forgot it was on there! I was not aware of the monotone. This explains a lot for a few other photos. Very helpful, and again thank you.

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Hello,

It's best not to submit any toned image. Keep the original colours. The buyer is then able to tone it to their own needs. If it is already in say B&W, you can't make it into colour again. Then there is a problem!!

The composition isn't so good either; the eye is lead out of the frame by the bridge.

I'm not sure about the file name as I haven't come across this issue!

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Thanks for the input. Still learning here about Adobe Stock, and what is acceptable.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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I'm not sure why the upload name is incorrect on your rejected image. Here's an example of one of my rejects. It has been given an Adobe file ID, but the original file name is still intact: 

File ID: 437611604

Original name: 2017-06-24-4B4A4583.jpg
But if you can see the image in the "Not Accepted" tab of "Uploaded Files", it was indeed uploaded and reviewed by a Moderator. 

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Hi @Travis Haney,

I assume there is an issue on the platform. I tried uploading today and it was not successful. I could not get any files to upload. The ID number your camera assign the file, or the name you change it to (if you did) should be what is given as the original file name.

Best wishes

JG

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