About 40 Years ago my wife did glass work and bought a bunch of Chinese paper cuts to use in her work. There is very little information on them. The ones that do say anything on them usually say "Made in the Peoples Republic of China". One says "CHINA NATIONAL LIGHT INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS IMP. AND EXP. CORP". I would like to scan them into digital files and offer them on the Adobe Stock site. Will Adobe refuse them for Property Release Issues. I'd like to find out before I go through all the trouble of scanning and processing them.
We would more than likely not be able to accept those images if that text is visible. I recommend you clone that out in Photoshop before submitting.
I went ahead and submitted several of them and got 8 or so accepted. A few were rejected for tech reasons. I prepared a few more and 5 were rejected for property release issues. I don't understand what is different between the rejected and accepted images. What do you think?
Without seeing them it's impossible to say. Post a couple of examples and we'll take a look.
I went back and looked over everything again. These are the file numbers. I'll have to export out jpgs if you want me to post the images.
These were rejected for property release issues 6 days ago.
These were rejected for Technical Issues 20 days ago.
These were accepted on Nov. 8 and 10
Let me know if you need more info.
Please post a couple of images (not all of them) so anyone reading this thread can see in case the issue(s) apply to them.
Here are some of the images.
These were accepted.
These were rejected, or placed on hold, for property release.
What do you think the reasoning was?
Does anyone have any idea why the first 3 images I showed above be accepted and included in my portfolio for sale and the second three images be put into the reminder area for a property release. I still can't figure out any difference in the images.
Sorry to keep bringing this up, but I would like some kind of answer. I have lots of these paper cuts and would like to know if I can post more to Stock. There is no text on any of the images. I've posted several of the accepted and rejected images. If they should truly be rejected I'd like to remove the ones on the site to remove any problems they could give me. If they are OK, I'd like to be able to post more to give my portfolio a different type of image to offer.
The moderation team is fairly large and it's likely that it was different reviewers checking these files. The files that were put in remind to complete mode asking for a property release were likely given that status to ensure the images weren't taken at an art gallery or some other type of art show in which the design is the intellectual property of someone else.
I recommend you complete a property release with you as a contributor and your wife signs as the property owner. I will be sure to share this thread with the moderation team in an effort to ensure more consistency in the review process.
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