When an artist submits their work for approval, some things get rejected. Sometimes it is because of a technical oversight on the part of the artist, or it just isn't what Adobe is looking for. Often times the category an image is rejected under is too generic to be of any real help to the artist.
Those who determine what to accept and reject are (I'm sure) quite swamped. It would be unrealistic at best to ask for personalized comments.
My idea is this:
When choosing a reason for rejection, have a drop down list of 5 items the evaluator can choose from to narrow down the issue.
Under / Over Exposed
Would this be possible?
It would greatly reduce the frustration of new contributors and long time participants alike, trying to guess at what Adobe wants for submissions.
Thanks for the suggestion. We do have some more specific rejection reasons such as artifacts, exposure and focus issues. There are many other possible technical issues such as white balance or contrast out there so the more generic rejection reason comes into play.
Additional information about potential rejection reasons can be read here: Reasons for content rejection