1. Adobe always give a rejection reason. What was it?
2. You did not show the image. Please share the original file exactly as you submitted it.
Adobe Stock says "it contains one or more technical issues, so we can't accept it into our collection."
I've attached my images.
We need to see the photo
I've attached my images in a reply.
Most are over saturated and have leaning verticals.
That's a lot of photos to review, but generally the look overprocessed and too saturated. Some are overexposed and the solar flares are usually not wanted in your submissions. You would also need to straighten the vertical lines of the buildings.
Not a technical issue, but any of the photos with recognisable people would require model releases as well.
I hope this helps,
Read the Stock Contributor User Guide. Take some photography courses, join a photography club. Learn all you can about using Lightroom / Photoshop to minimally correct digital photo defects when possible.
Adobe Stock customers expect the highest visual and technical quality for use in commercial projects.
Noise and washed out colours:
Need for geometric corrections:
Overprocessed / oversaturated
Different other artefacts
Missing model releases: When you have people in the image, you need from each of them a signed model release.
Thank you all for solving my queries. I have one another question, Can I resubmit my rejected images after necessary corrections ?
Yes you can. I would suggest slightly changing the file name too. Best of luck to you.
Thanks a lot.
You can resubmit, and you do not even need to change the file name (I never do). Over processing can easily be corrected when you have access to the originals. Chromatic aberration is also correctable most of the time. When pictures are out of focus, that is not to correct. What you probably can't get also, is a model release for the people. And don't forget to photoshop out any logos.