I often have images (illustrations) rejected because of allegedly "identical images". Last: I have uploaded 2 image series (theme: calendar). Once in English, this was all accepted. Later in another language. Here parts were not accepted because of allegedly "identical images". This I can not understand. Has anyone had this before or can someone explain to me the reason for this.
In this case, they truly are identical images. You are meant to upload with keywords in only one language, and Adobe will translate them to other languages.
"After you upload your image to the Contributor portal, make sure that the file type and category are correct, as well as the language you’re using for your title and keywords. Adobe Stock automatically translates keywords for other countries and languages."
They are different pictures. One picture is a calendar sheet for "July" (accepted). The other one is for "Julio" (rejected).
Ah, I see. In that case, I would wait a while and re-upload it if it is truly distinctive.
You mean different pictures, or simply different writings?
Sometimes, moderators are not easy to understand. But as there isn't realy a method to appeal, which would be used by everyone, experiencing a rejection and thus being senseless, the decisions of the moderators are final. Other than resubmitting after revisiting and changing the asset, there is no remedy to this.