Rejection due to Technical Issues

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Nov 13, 2016

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Hey guys,

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I recently submitted this image (without the watermark), which was rejected due to technical issues. The FAQs on Adobe's site say that they call out technical issues specifically, but there was no issue specified with the photo. Anyone know why it was rejected? Feedback would be much appreciated!

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Perhaps because it gets too blown out and looks over-processed? Remember, Adobe Stock is different from other stock sites in that a majority of people are using it inside Photoshop already. So people can usually add stylistic flair to images pretty easily. Neutral images are generally better.

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Rejection due to Technical Issues

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Hey guys,

test-6 (Custom).jpg

I recently submitted this image (without the watermark), which was rejected due to technical issues. The FAQs on Adobe's site say that they call out technical issues specifically, but there was no issue specified with the photo. Anyone know why it was rejected? Feedback would be much appreciated!

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Correct answer by Szalam | Adobe Community Professional

Perhaps because it gets too blown out and looks over-processed? Remember, Adobe Stock is different from other stock sites in that a majority of people are using it inside Photoshop already. So people can usually add stylistic flair to images pretty easily. Neutral images are generally better.

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Perhaps no clear point of sharp focus,

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Perhaps because it gets too blown out and looks over-processed? Remember, Adobe Stock is different from other stock sites in that a majority of people are using it inside Photoshop already. So people can usually add stylistic flair to images pretty easily. Neutral images are generally better.

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Nothing is sharp and too much blown out area, very hard to look at.

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I'm not sure why this was sent to me.

On Mon, Nov 20, 2017 at 9:33 PM, Vittoria Coffee <forums_noreply@adobe.com>

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