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« on: September 26, 2023, 03:40 »
Uploading these days new content to AD can pose new challenges and risks of being rejected or even worst having your account blocked.
With my recent batch of 3D renders created in Blender 3D, virtually each image got rejected for one of these three reasons:
illegal use of artist's name, no declaration of using AI to create image, content not complying with general guidelines.
I've been submitting 3d renders to Adobe since 2017, but this is first time to receive such weird notification. And no, no AI was used in the stage of creating the models and renders. Images are of general theme. generic coins with plants on white, or a human silhouette filled with medicine pills.
Now should I reupload the images and mark as AI generated, even if there weren't or should I attach property release for each of them and each 3d render in the future? Does anybody has similar experience with 3d renders submission to AD?

« Reply #1 on: September 26, 2023, 04:03 »
I had some of my fractal art rejected for being Generative AI. I wrote to support with the file numbers and they overturned the rejection and put the files online. It took several weeks to get a response.


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