I uploaded this image via the Contributor portal. Out of all of the images I've submitted, this is the only one that comes back as "non-compliant". I have tried putting in my own keywords and going with the auto-generated keywords.... I've tried changing the name, etc. I've read and re-read the instructions about non-compliant rejections... this image does not appear to be any more provocative than similar content already on sale.
Thank you in advance for any guidance you can give. Thank you very much,
This photo might be non-compliant in several ways. There are blurry areas and the edges are not in focus and sharp in outer edges. Time to consider the exposure and try another photo. Best regards, JH
I would have thought that those issues would be technical issues rather than compliance issues. I have received a lot of feedback that non-compliance problem are related more to keywords. Am I mistaken about that?
The issues that Joan mentioned I think, would come other categories.
So, there is something that doesn't follow Adobe guidelines:
Check for noncompliance.
Noncompliant means your content is not in line with our , possibly due to inappropriate or irrelevant keywords or titles, or questionable or defamatory content. We may also reject content as noncompliant if you do not supply a model or property release after it is requested, or otherwise do not resolve a known issue.
(From Adobe Stock Contributor Guide)
So, it just may be that your image itself doesn't follow Adobe guidelines...
In that case it must be the keywords. There are lot of images that are ‘worse’ ...