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How to resubmit photos not uploaded?

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Jul 30, 2020 Jul 30, 2020

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This is my first attempt at getting photos on Adobe stock. (Not sure if i am going to use the right terms). I dragged 10 images from a LR quick collection to the publish tab and submitted them. I was working on titles and keywords when I decided that I want to edit them and deleted them from AS page. In LR I adjusted the images and dragged them to the Publish tab but I do not see how to resubmit the images. They are put into a already published category. In LR I can delete them from the publish tab but they go into a category photos to delete, but I cannot delete them. 

 

I do not understand how these are considered published when I did not upload them. It is like these images and considered published. 

 

On the forum I am seeing rejected photos have to be resubmitted with a new file name. 

 

Any help would be appreciated.

 

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Jul 31, 2020 Jul 31, 2020

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Hello,

You can delete from Lr Adobe Stock collections, from photos to be deleted by 'publishing' them again. You then get a message: "Delete operation is not supported. To delete an image, go to the Adobe Stock site.' Which you have already done, I guess. So ignore this message.

I don't actually give a new file name and haven't had any problems, but of course, you can.

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