I posted a few pictures and they were not accepted due to technical issues. Can someone guide me where I went wrong?
I moved this post to the new stock contributor forum.
Your second picture has a very high noise level.
For the first and last one, the noise level is more subtle, but still very visisble if looked at 100%.
Apart from the noise these appear to be purchased novelty/decorative items. Do you have signed IP releases to use them commercially?
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Thank you for your reply. As for a signed IP release, no I do not have one.
These items were bought more than 26 years ago and I don't think they are made any more as far as I know.
Will I be able to use them if they are that old? oh, and I will try to cut down the noise (LOL) I
am fairly new at this.
Vintage doesn't mean it isn't protected from commercial use. Your images might be OK for an eBay auction but not for Adobe Stock.
"Products and objects
Commercial products (e.g., toys, fashion items, electronic devices and designer furniture) should never be in focus and/or be the main subject of the content if they're identifiable and distinctive in visual appearance, like shape or color. "
Better luck with your next submission.
Thank you for the info.
By the way I want to thank Adobe for the free stock for contributors.
I do not think that you have a big IP problem here, may be except for the puppet. As for the commercial value of the pictures, I doubt that the first one has any (the question you should ask yourself: why would a buyer buy such an image?). As for the last image a more interesting set-up could help to get your picture out of the masses.
BTW: you will have a year to resubmit, as halloween (from stocks business point of view) is over for this year... Season assets should be submitted between 6-3 month before the event.
You can always try to redo the pictures under better conditions (so that there is no noise generated) and try to resubmit.