I submitted four photos to Adobe Stock. Three were rejected.
Two for 'non-conform' images, one for 'intellectual property'.
All three are pictures of dried plants...
There are links to explain the root cause, but these links point to general text, that does not clarify things.
While I can understand that a photo is not conform (e.g. technical reasons), I do not see how anyone could have intellectual rights on a plant.....
Anyone an idea what has gone wrong?
From what I have read, the name / copyright label is the problem. You are not allowed to have your name, logo or anything like that in the image
Thanks Tobias. I'll try to resubmit them without that information.