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Jun 06, 2018 Jun 06, 2018

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I have had a couple of my illustrations rejected because of non compliance. I was wondering what I could do differently to avoid this in the future.

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Advocate , Jun 06, 2018 Jun 06, 2018
Hi, I think a good first step might also be to look at the reasons for such a rejection in the Adobe contributer guide:Reasons content is rejected at Adobe Stock If you can't find a solution here, post sample pictures with picture title and keywords and if you submitted releases.Greets,v.poth

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Please upload the artwork rejected. JH

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Hi,

I think a good first step might also be to look at the reasons for such a rejection in the Adobe contributer guide:

Reasons content is rejected at Adobe Stock

If you can't find a solution here, post sample pictures with picture title and keywords and if you submitted releases.

Greets,

v.poth

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dogwithgoggles.jpgHere is one of the images I summited.

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Only you, as the contributing artist, know how this was created. You might have used a filter of some kind on a photograph to re-render in this style. Something is not in compliance with the guidelines and agreement with contributors. You might need to sign a release that includes you telling Adobe what you did to create this so they know for sure that you are the single owner of everything in this picture. You can always go back and go through the upload and then answer yes, is anything in this recognizable. Then you will see a property release to fill out. Adobe needs your reassurance. Best regards, JH

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