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Based on a quick glance, blurry, underexposed, leaning horizon and black & white conversion. Read carefully ALL of the Adobe Stock guidelines on this page to learn about the quality that Adobe expects:
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I would agree with Jill. Not all photos "should" be black and white. It is underexposed and blurry. Perhaps you were not using a tripod? The lighting was not on your side on this one. My rule of thumb also, look at your photos at 100% before uploading. If you see they are blurry or grainy, I tend to not upload them. Also, if you use lightroom, you can use the histogram to see where your blacks may have gotten blown out. Just some suggestions to help you along your journey. I hope this helps. Good luck to you.
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Just an additional note: you will need a model release for this picture, even though the model's face is not visible, because she would clearly be able to identify herself. This would be a very specific and clear rejection, but technical and other issues may be discovered first.
You're absolutely right, I'm still new at this and I have a lot to learn. I hope to post good photos within a reasonable period of time and that they are free of errors. Thank you for your help.