Actually I can't help. Non-compliant in what way I wonder? Personally I find these 3 images quite beautiful. Maybe artistic beauty isn't a consideration. Sad face.
I noted in another comment that signatures must be removed & in your case maybe the date at lower right? Just a thought.
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It's likely the photos listed in the top post were rejected for non-conformity due to an issue with keywords. When the photos look this good and you get that rejection 99 times out of 100 the keywords are the culprit. Let me know what the image numbers are and I'll be happy to take a look to confirm with you.
There is a great blog post on keywording that can be read here: Stock Keywording Tips | Creative Cloud blog by Adobe
The photos posted later with the spot color and the signature have many issues. The most obvious are the time stamp and the signature. Neither can be on the image. The spot coloring is also an issue, it's nearly impossible to get content with this type of post processing to be approved.
The image numbers are
File ID: 121261181
File ID: 121260614
File ID: 121291778
I have to say that top image is a stunner. With 9 acceptances and 77 rejects, I am not able to say what is wanted and I am almost as puzzled by the acceptances as I am by the rejections. The nearest I can get to understanding is that images will go to somebody who intends to exercise their own artwork - they just don't want to go to Scotland or Antarctica to get the shot. So that anything which goes much further than "this is a horse, this is a goat" is really not wanted.
Thanks Matt I will learn for the futre
I've also had quite a few non-compliant images recently
The most recent being:
If keywords are an issue, surely it would be easier to state this so that they can be rectified?