First upload, but rejected for "other technical issues"

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Dec 14, 2020 Dec 14, 2020

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I'm confused as to what that is. can someone help?

 

I noticed some other signs like this are tagged Casino, could that be it?

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Adobe Community Professional , Dec 14, 2020 Dec 14, 2020
For starters the framing is not good. The top of your image is clipped. Adobe Stock looks for highest visual and technical quality as well as commercial appeal. See links below. https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/help/reasons-for-content-rejection.htmlhttps://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/help/quality-and-technical-issues.htmlNEON Ask yourself, "would I buy this image and what would I use it for?" If the answer is, "I don't know," then it's probably not right for Adobe Stock.

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Adobe Community Professional , Dec 16, 2020 Dec 16, 2020
The composition is not very good as Nancy has said. Too much space at the bottom and the top is cut off. What does this show? For me, it doesn't show anything!

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Dec 14, 2020 Dec 14, 2020

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Technical is telling you that your image is not meet Adobe's rules or quality standards, for the highest possible professional standards. Read Adobe's guidelines carefully, and consider whether your art is suitable for a multimillion dollar advertising campaign.

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For starters the framing is not good. The top of your image is clipped.

 

Adobe Stock looks for highest visual and technical quality as well as commercial appeal. See links below.

 

Ask yourself, "would I buy this image and what would I use it for?"

If the answer is, "I don't know," then it's probably not right for Adobe Stock.

 

Nancy O'Shea, Adobe Product User & Community Professional
Alt-Web Design & Publishing ~ Web : Print : Graphics : Media

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The composition is not very good as Nancy has said. Too much space at the bottom and the top is cut off.

What does this show? For me, it doesn't show anything!

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I agree regarding the composition, as for the dead space on the bottom, if the composition on top was strikingly good the bottom would lend room for text or cut.

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