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« Reply #75 on: August 10, 2011, 10:33 »
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Thanks for jumping in here Achilles, it is very nice to hear both sides of the situation.

@Yuliang, I would agree with the others, I would accept Achilles generous offer.

I think Perry had a good solution for you to work together but keep your shoots separate. Today is my shoot, tomorrow is your shot. Or if you want to shoot together and take turns pressing the shutter button, share a single account.


« Reply #76 on: August 10, 2011, 10:36 »
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Thanks for jumping in here Achilles, it is very nice to hear both sides of the situation.

@Yuliang, I would agree with the others, I would accept Achilles generous offer.

I think Perry had a good solution for you to work together but keep your shoots separate. Today is my shoot, tomorrow is your shot. Or if you want to shoot together and take turns pressing the shutter button, share a single account.

I've gone through and agreed with Achilles. We are in the midst of reorganizing everything. which is including deleting 20% of our contents.

« Reply #77 on: August 10, 2011, 10:44 »
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I think Perry had a good solution for you to work together but keep your shoots separate. Today is my shoot, tomorrow is your shot. Or if you want to shoot together and take turns pressing the shutter button, share a single account.

exactly! wish you the best yuliang

« Reply #78 on: August 10, 2011, 10:45 »
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I think Perry had a good solution for you to work together but keep your shoots separate. Today is my shoot, tomorrow is your shot. Or if you want to shoot together and take turns pressing the shutter button, share a single account.

exactly! wish you the best yuliang

Thanks for not bashing me. We are still in the midst of consolidations at near 12 am here

nruboc

« Reply #79 on: August 10, 2011, 10:46 »
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Achilles, you did a good job on speaking here on the forums to provide DT's side of the story.

Communication is key and often we contributors feel that some agencies do not care anymore.

As long as we don't hear/see both sides of the story it obviously shows how biased we contributors can be.

Of course the OP did NOT tell us here that some photos were shot by two people on the same camera on a tripod. That would have changed things dramatically.

Only because you Achilles decided to make this public we all understand the situation.

Well done and you have been very, very fair.

Please keep an eye on these forums in the future so the communication continues to be open.

It makes a huge difference in the trust that some of us put into Dreamstime!

+1, highly commend Achilles communication and actions !!

« Reply #80 on: August 10, 2011, 10:56 »
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I'll lock this thread now.  Both sides have made their case and things are in the works to resolve the situation.


 

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