Ok, so I have received an email from Zazzle support about one of the images I had used yesterday to create new products in bulk (through quick create templates) and I honestly do not understand the reason. This is the email they had sent me:

Dear stineshop,

Thank you for being a Zazzle Seller.

You recently used our Quick Product Create tool to upload a number of new designs. Unfortunately, one or more of your designs is in violation of Zazzle’s content guidelines. Because of the way that our Quick Product Create tool works, we are unable to accept parts of an upload. We must either accept all of it or none of it. Therefore, in this case, we cannot accept the entire batch of products in your recent upload.

Below, we have listed all of the products in your upload and have identified, with reasons, the image(s) that are a problem. If you make corrections to the products with problems, or delete them from the batch, we will be happy to accept your products and designs.

We apologize for any inconvenience or disappointment that you may have experienced. Please see our User Agreement, Content Guidelines and Copyright Policies for a more detailed explanation of our policies. If you have any questions or concerns, please email us at content_review@zazzle.com and reference the Batch ID below.

Best Regards,
The Zazzle Content Review Team

 

Reason Not Approved: Intellectual PropertyDesign contains an image or text that may infringe on intellectual property rights. We have been contacted by the intellectual property right holder and we will be removing your product from Zazzle’s Marketplace due to infringement claims.

Batch ID: 2467952
Number of Products: 86
Product Title: Lone Cypress Tree – California Coast
Image(s):

Do you understand how a photo of a (famous) tree can violate intellectual property rights? We had shot this exact photography ourselves during May 2010. We were on our USA vacation and this tree is a famous photo spot on the 17-Mile Drive along the Californian coast.

 

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