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Is it human beings that review the photos submitted or does Adobe just use algorithms? I ask as some of the reasons I've been getting for photos being rejected are nonsensical.
To my understanding, It is human that review the photos. These are persons with trained eyes, and are very experienced at photo reviewing, hence will see what the average person won't. The rejection message sent to you is general. Seem to be preset to give you a general idea of why your photo is rejected. General notice is sent out since it would be too time consuming to send specific information of each and every rejected photo. There is a general guideline however that you can use to do your own review. With practice you will also become adept at reviewing as well as they do. Practice on the ones the reviewers reject. Look for what they say is the issue. That will help to train your eyes. This is what you need to do. . As you go through, take note of the appearance of the photos. tagproducts_SG_STOCK-CONTRIBUTOR_i18nKeyHelppagetitle is also useful. For technical issues, sometimes its how you crop the photo while taking it. For example, it is preferred that space is left around the subject to facilitate cropping, You can read on why photos are rejected at Reasons content is rejected at Adobe Stock .
I hope this answers your question. Good lock.