If you look the zoomed image you'll see noise in the dark grey cloud band, it should be the "problem". Sometimes it doesn't requires much for an image to be rejected...
Si tu regardes la bande de nuages grises qui traverse la photo au niveau de la moitié haute de la voile tu verras qu'il y a un peu de bruit, parfois ça passe, parfois non, la validation par les équipes étant assez aléatoire il n'en faut parfois pas plus... Se battre ou discuter ne servant à rien du tout passe à la photo suivante
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In addition to any artifacts, the tilted horizon is very distracting.
Can you confirm that you submitted the file in English and received a French rejection notice? If so, I need to look into that.
for my part all the email I receive (for files accepted or rejected) are in French even if I submit the item in English with English keywords
Hello Mat, For your info: Same happens to me. I submit photos in English and get Italian mails. I think this is because I live in Italy and have submitted an italian doc even though I am bilingual and prefer to write in English. I am only telling you because it sounds like you might be interested to know it. And by the way, it is absolutely no problem.
As we are on this topic, I submit in English and get Polish emails. I'm guessing this has to do with the country you are located in, so the language gets defaulted to your country of residence. There isn't an option to change your language preference.
Is it possible to change the language option independent of your country of residence??
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Thank you for the feedback. You should be able to change the language from within the portal by clicking the "change region" link in the lower left corner of the screen.