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Uncle Pete

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« Reply #75 on: November 14, 2023, 12:34 »
Injustice for all:
Useful Posts:+0/-0

 ;D ;D ;D
Sorry. Btw, this forum saves me more and more time, since I read it less and less. Life is outside from here, for better, or the best.

Since I already asked in the other thread on the same subject, sometimes I think something is lost in the translation and "Injustice" might be saying, there should be a acceptance limit and it should be published. Maybe not that there is some secret limit that's hidden from us? I don't know, but the last post seems to hint at that.

Simple fact is, since Microstock started, and there could be an exception, almost all agencies have had the one account per person limit. One exception was, someone could open a second group account and with others, all contribute to that. Something like Africa Studio and some others.  https://www.shutterstock.com/g/africa+studio
1,305,470 stock photos, vectors, and illustrations are available royalty-free.

Alamy, one account, many pseudonyms.

Can I share an account with someone else?

Your account may only contain your own work and cannot be shared
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Pete,thanks for understanding.

I'm not sure I do, but You Are Welcome.  8)

I'm still pondering the AI PNGs (or any other original format) that are traced and made into a vector, with an invisible background are not AI generated images, and somehow become something else because of the auto tracing and putting them into a different package.

I'd like to do that, but I'm never going to take the chance, especially with Adobe coming down hard on some people who have been here, with their locked account experiences.

My argument would be, if you autotrace an AI image, and make it into a vector... it's still an AI image.


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