Technical Issues

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Oct 16, 2017

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A new contributor here, and would welcome some help with this image- rejected for Technical Issues - although I don't really understand why?

Any help greatly appreciated.

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Mike

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It is most likely because your photo is submitted in black and white. Read the information about "do's" and "don'ts" at Do's and don'ts for selecting and editing photos for Adobe Stock . You may also find useful the

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Technical Issues

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A new contributor here, and would welcome some help with this image- rejected for Technical Issues - although I don't really understand why?

Any help greatly appreciated.

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Mike

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by jacquelingphoto2017 | Adobe Community Professional

It is most likely because your photo is submitted in black and white. Read the information about "do's" and "don'ts" at Do's and don'ts for selecting and editing photos for Adobe Stock . You may also find useful the

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Oct 19, 2017

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Mike - it's impossible to see in that small image.

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It is most likely because your photo is submitted in black and white. Read the information about "do's" and "don'ts" at Do's and don'ts for selecting and editing photos for Adobe Stock . You may also find useful the

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Hello, Yes, we agree that black and white photographs are not usually accepted into Adobe Stock. The reason is quite simple, the buyer can change it to a grayscale or black and white but not back to the color original. Less is more when presenting stock. Remember, color is better in this case, however, your photo must be standard high quality and unique. In the sea of millions of flower photos, will yours stand out? Study the guidelines designed and posted by Adobe. Best regards, JH

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