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Jul 05, 2021 Jul 05, 2021

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Though I have been a conributor for a few years - I often think the basis for material rejection is super arbitary - sure, I 'get' some clear rules - but others appear capricious and random,

 

Most of my contributions are ABSOLUTELY NOT that commercial and I can REALLY live with that - they are largely not 'stock' in any manner.

 

I note my declared 'illlustations' are often rejected - as NOT COMPLIANT - any clarity from anyone is appreciated.

 

Attached is a light 'exhibit' - just what is commercial is subjective - so I can live with that. I would add these DO SELL in other forums...

 

Thoughts/Comments - Cheers.

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Adobe Community Professional , Jul 05, 2021 Jul 05, 2021
Hi @BJK1 , This is your art when zoomed. Edges not smooth. you can barely see the difference between the people and vegetation. I am not an art pro, but in my opinion you would not get this sold many times if ever. But then, I could be wrong. If you get non-compliant rejection it simply means there is a request that you have ignored and re-upload a rejected file without making the required adjustments that is in compliance with the Adobe guidelines.  Best wishes JG Photographer and Nutrition Au...

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Adobe Community Professional , Jul 05, 2021 Jul 05, 2021
Here are the reasons given on the Help pages for "non-compliant" rejection: This reason means that your content doesn’t comply with our Contributor Agreement. Content may be non-compliant due to watermarks, inappropriate or irrelevant keywords or image titles, or questionable, or defamatory content. Your file is also rejected as non-compliant if you receive a reminder to submit a model or property release, or resolve a problem with a release, and you resubmit the file without addressing the is...

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Hi @BJK1 ,

This is your art when zoomed. Edges not smooth. you can barely see the difference between the people and vegetation. I am not an art pro, but in my opinion you would not get this sold many times if ever. But then, I could be wrong. If you get non-compliant rejection it simply means there is a request that you have ignored and re-upload a rejected file without making the required adjustments that is in compliance with the Adobe guidelines. 

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Best wishes

JG

Photographer and Nutrition Author

 

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Here are the reasons given on the Help pages for "non-compliant" rejection:

 

This reason means that your content doesn’t comply with our Contributor Agreement. Content may be non-compliant due to watermarks, inappropriate or irrelevant keywords or image titles, or questionable, or defamatory content. Your file is also rejected as non-compliant if you receive a reminder to submit a model or property release, or resolve a problem with a release, and you resubmit the file without addressing the issue.

 

Did you submit a release?

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Attached is a light 'exhibit' - just what is commercial is subjective - so I can live with that. I would add these DO SELL in other forums...


By @BJK1

Adobe stock has its own rules. Refusals are not arbitrary, there is always a reason behind and rarely are those refusals by error. That your submissions sell in other databases is not criteria for Adobe stock. BTW: Many of my pictures are in different stock databases, and they sell very differently.

 

I would reject the attached picture for technical issues. If it has been rejected for non-compliance, you've got the definition from @Jill_C. As we cannot look into your refusals, you should yourself see if what Jill cited is applicable.

 

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Did you submit your illustrations as AI, EPS or SVG?   For what it's worth as a Stock customer, I don't buy illustrations that are not vector artwork.  Pixel-based jpgs don't live up to my print requirements.  Illustrations should have crisp, clear borders and well-defined details that can be scaled to ANY size without quality loss.  You can't do that with pixel-based JPGs. 

 

Study these related links:

 

Better luck with your next submission. 🙂

 

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

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