I have a question in reply to your question -- Who are these people - are they wearing uniforms? If so, they might belong to a special group that does not allow photographs of their activities. We can not identify who they are but assume they are a known group at least locally. Did you ask their permission to be photographed? Check out intellectual property codes. The Adobe rejection is probably a kind of "Just to be safe" rejection. Regards,JH
This is a group on a helicopter tour I took. The gear was given us to wear for the elements by the operator. Guess I need to study the codes because I figured this was safe and if rejected it would be for another reason, which I see from some other comments. I guess IP is the one Adobe decided to use.
I think the reason for this rejection are recognizable company logos on the clothing of the persons. The man in the green jacket has a logo on his trousers. The red baseball cap has a logo on the back and the woman's glove on the left shows something like a logo.
Furthermore, the location of the recording (National Park etc.) you may have specified in the title or keywords may require a property release.
You can correct these things, but I think the next problem is the sharpness. In my opinion, too few areas are really sharp enough for such a "landscape photo".
Thanks for your help. Appreciate the time.
Yes, I can also say that the clothing could well be a problem (as already mentioned) - hence IP rights, but also sharpness (as mentioned) is indeed a problem and also you have some signs of chromatic aberration - purple/green fringing on the edges:
I guess there are a lot of issues! Thanks for your input. Helps me improve.