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Jun 07, 2018 Jun 07, 2018

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My photos were accepted a few days ago and I can't find them on Adobe Stock site... Anyone know why not

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Advocate , Jun 07, 2018 Jun 07, 2018
Hi,in addition, the fastest way to check if your images are in the database is to enter the image number in Adobe Stock's search. If it appears then it is also available online.Greets,v.poth

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Advisor ,
Jun 07, 2018 Jun 07, 2018

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Hi,

Once I have artwork accepted, I see a note that states that it could be a certain length of time before it appears on Adobe Stock Site. Also, it all depends upon how you search the site.

I try to use very specific words that take the search to the classification of my work. You must have searched and found many pages that show the general subject. If you have a unique area or color to spot your work, search using these words.

There are many millions of photo stocks to sort through. I now have decided to just trust Adobe to post it and save myself hours of checking for my stock.

Adobe has an agreement with us. Regards, JH

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Ok I hope your right. The say 24 hours but its been 3 days. Thanks for the positive input, guess I trust 'em. Peace

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Hi,

in addition, the fastest way to check if your images are in the database is to enter the image number in Adobe Stock's search. If it appears then it is also available online.

Greets,

v.poth

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Jun 07, 2018 Jun 07, 2018

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V,poth's method always works for me!

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rickey336 and v.poth are correct of course, I just like to search the stock as most beginners or clients might. Teaches me how it feels. JH

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