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Author Topic: A Note Regarding Adobe Editorial Submissions  (Read 788 times)

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wds

« on: September 09, 2021, 08:30 »
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I recently had several editorial images rejected...not a big deal. The rejection I believe is likely because the photos were "news oriented" even though there weren't people in all of the ones rejected

However, the "Illustrative Editorial Guidelines" seem to be a bit contradictory. In one paragraph it is stated:

"We are looking for imagery intended to illustrate articles on current events and news, focused on conceptual imagery using real brands and products to convey strong ideas."

Then a few sentences later it states:

 "The most common cases for rejection from that collection are:

    - The file includes identifiable people.
    - The file is news or documentary editorial.
    - The file did not have a strong editorial concept."

It is a bit confusing: "We are looking for imagery intended to illustrate articles on current events and news" vs. "...common cases for rejection...- The file is news or documentary editorial"

Seems to say imagery for current events and news is wanted and then says news is reason for rejection?

Can we have some clarification?

Thanks
« Last Edit: September 09, 2021, 09:31 by wds »


« Reply #1 on: September 09, 2021, 10:51 »
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I recently had several editorial images rejected...not a big deal. The rejection I believe is likely because the photos were "news oriented" even though there weren't people in all of the ones rejected

However, the "Illustrative Editorial Guidelines" seem to be a bit contradictory. In one paragraph it is stated:

"We are looking for imagery intended to illustrate articles on current events and news, focused on conceptual imagery using real brands and products to convey strong ideas."

Then a few sentences later it states:

 "The most common cases for rejection from that collection are:

    - The file includes identifiable people.
    - The file is news or documentary editorial.
    - The file did not have a strong editorial concept."

It is a bit confusing: "We are looking for imagery intended to illustrate articles on current events and news" vs. "...common cases for rejection...- The file is news or documentary editorial"

Seems to say imagery for current events and news is wanted and then says news is reason for rejection?

Can we have some clarification?

Thanks

Thank you for your comments. A moment ago I uploaded the language in the Learn and Support page for illustrative editorial submissions. Hopefully, this will provide you with more clarity.

https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/help/illustrative-editorial-content.html

Mat Hayward

wds

« Reply #2 on: September 09, 2021, 14:06 »
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Mat,

Thanks that helps....but it would sure be nice if all contributors could submit all editorial content :)

« Reply #3 on: September 09, 2021, 15:33 »
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Mat,

Thanks that helps....but it would sure be nice if all contributors could submit all editorial content :)

Thanks for the suggestion.

« Reply #4 on: September 10, 2021, 10:34 »
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thanks Mat...


 

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