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On 22 April, I tried to submit nearly 100 photos with different concepts (flowers, food, destination, animals...). Some of them shares same concepts so I must share same titles for them. For example: 1. 1376691290 - Groups of Succulent plants (20 photos in different styles): Description: Succulent plants are growing widely in highland areas, Dalat City. The nice atmosphere brings benefits for the plants to grow in bundle. There are many types such as burro tail, crown of thorns, hens and chicks. Reject reason: Title: Title must be descriptive of the subject matter and must be in English. Titles cannot contain special characters, spelling/grammar errors, or repeat words/phrases in excess. What is that the other language in my description? Dalat is a proper name of a travel destination, the same like Paris, New York or Kuala Lumpur, I have used such words for many of my approved photos. So why today it is rejected? Is Shutterstock reviewers new joiner? 2. 1376146865 - Groups of Puzzle numbers (35 photos in different styles) Description: Number puzzle mat for children. Children can both play to fill right numbers to the blank (3,4,5,6,7) or can change the square shape into a mat to sit on. The colorful toy is safe for children to play Reject reason: Title: Title must be descriptive of the subject matter and must be in English. Titles cannot contain special characters, spelling/grammar errors, or repeat words/phrases in excess. Again, what is the wrong with this title - describe a group of puzzle number ? Previously I submitted some of them, and they were approved, but today all are rejected. I must count in details every single numbers in the 35 photos to meet the descriptive expectation? 3. 1376677016 - Set of food photos (4 photos in different styles) Description: Phnom-penh clear rice noodle soup in Vietnamese style (or Hu tieu Nam Vang): Vermicelli noodles is cooked with pork broth and added with topping such as shrimps, offal, cooked pork, squid, & vegetable Reject reason: Title: Title must be descriptive of the subject matter and must be in English. Titles cannot contain special characters, spelling/grammar errors, or repeat words/phrases in excess. Again, What is that the other language in my description? Pnom Penh is capital of Cambodia, should I use their special writing letters instead of Latin words? And the food has it own name - Hu tieu Nam Vang the same like Pho in Vietnamese, I did input in the parenthesis marks for explanation "&" mark to meet expected word length. What should I do here? Create a new translation for the food name so that the reviewers can totally understand without minding to cross check what are those words in case they dont understand? I have many hundred food photos were approved previously, then why are they rejected today? 4. 1376888597 - Set of animal photos (16 photos in different styles) Description: Wildlife animals at Vinpearl Phu Quoc Safari, Kien Giang Province, Vietnam. They are parrots, goats, lions, giraffes.. Visitors can walk through open areas or drive in bus to visit some endangered one. Reject reason: Title: Title must be descriptive of the subject matter and must be in English. Titles cannot contain special characters, spelling/grammar errors, or repeat words/phrases in excess. When I visited a Safari, I described where and what I saw, wrote down and listed some of the animals I see in the Safari. Is it not descriptive? And even if my 2 type of photos are different (lions sucking milk vs the parrot), why was either the parrot or lion rejected, instead both of them are rejected? There are more of my photos rejected among this ~100 photos. I dont have time to check all. All contributors for Shutterstock spent a lot of time for creating photos, then describe all effortlessly. But today I feel disappointed with Shutterstock reviewers' reject reasons. It proves the reviewers' inability to smartly widen their knowledge on the contents of product they are qualifying except the look. I tried to introduce the food, the destination, the creativity; however, the reviewers prefer checking the technical end instead of the stories behind each photos. Contents that are so famous to others but strange to the reviewers' world are enough to make them switch "reject" automatically without any close checking why and how. We need a human reviewer, not a machine. Thank you.
Hi, Some same pictures like this have got several rejections although I've tried to correct the tittle as cause of the rejection mentioned in the remarks : Title -- Titles must be relevant and specific to the image, must be in English, and cannot contain u. Can anyone give me clues why. Thank you for your help.