First of all, the fact that you have some photos that are under review or flagged is due to a system that automatically blocks any photographs it believes to have unsuitable content.
The system might recognize photos as inappropriate because of lighting, color, composition, or even the quality (Mpx) of the photos.
If your photo got blocked and doesn't indeed go against our content guidelines, do not worry. We review all blocked photos manually to make them visible again.
However, we have come up with the most common reasons why a photo is wrongly detected as inadequate by the system.
We hope it can help you to some extent and let you understand why a photo might get temporarily flagged:
- Low-resolution photos (we recommend a minimum of 1000-2000px to make sure the photo's quality is optimum and can be correctly scanned and filtered by the system).
- Semi nudes (photos showing lots of skin or human bodies, even if it's not integral nudity, it could be cautiously blocked by the system).
- Macro photography or very zoomed-in photos (especially if those photos, because of the shape of the object portrayed, resemble sexual organs or guns).