Hello, i am very very new to this. I have had a handful of images accepted and another handful rejected. Most of the rejections were for composition, only one on technical grounds (poor lighting). But all the rejected photos also had a separate bullet point which just said: "oriented images". What does this mean? Is it a reference to the images being orientated the wrong way, or that they are not sufficiently commercially orientated? Or some other criteria? I have tried to find the answer to what this rejection ground is referring to, but without much luck?
Ah! Figured it out. The last part of the default para re composition for some reason dropped down into a separate para on the feedback form, so it looked like "oriented images" was a separate bullet point. In other words, the last part, "....how to produce stock / oriented images" got split after stock so look like 2 separate bullet points. Thanks!