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« on: October 16, 2017, 08:51 »
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I will like contact with an administrator of supervisor s when I disagree with the rejection cause of a photo. Normally the acceptation or refused is subjective and I don't accept  the rejection of a photo or video in depending of the state of mind of a person.

In Shutterstock you can  do this an adjunct the point of view of the administrator that act as arbitration.

  Thanks for the replies


« Reply #1 on: October 16, 2017, 11:27 »
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You'd probably be best writing to Alamy themselves about this. In my experience though their refusal reasons are normally technical and quite objective so I would revisit my images to be sure.

Quasarphoto

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« Reply #2 on: October 16, 2017, 11:49 »
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I never argue with them, sometimes the refusal has good reasons I think. After a while (years) you figure out what is your 'normal' acceptance rate. If the refusal is overblown, (massacre) just wait a week or so and re-submit, hopefully is not full moon or a reviewer with machete this time. I got used with a certain level of refusal, it's never going to be 100%. I fluctuate between 85-97%. Adobe Stock seems to be the worse now, but they might have their own reasons of keeping the level of quality.

« Reply #3 on: October 16, 2017, 11:58 »
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I never argue with them, sometimes the refusal has good reasons I think. After a while (years) you figure out what is your 'normal' acceptance rate. If the refusal is overblown, (massacre) just wait a week or so and re-submit, hopefully is not full moon or a reviewer with machete this time. I got used with a certain level of refusal, it's never going to be 100%. I fluctuate between 85-97%. Adobe Stock seems to be the worse now, but they might have their own reasons of keeping the level of quality.
I'm currently finding Deposit very tough on "not for commercial use" and Canstock all over the place...the only one I bother to resubmit is SS. The others just not worth the time. Mostly getting upset over rejections is a waste of energy.

Quasarphoto

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« Reply #4 on: October 16, 2017, 14:27 »
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I never argue with them, sometimes the refusal has good reasons I think. After a while (years) you figure out what is your 'normal' acceptance rate. If the refusal is overblown, (massacre) just wait a week or so and re-submit, hopefully is not full moon or a reviewer with machete this time. I got used with a certain level of refusal, it's never going to be 100%. I fluctuate between 85-97%. Adobe Stock seems to be the worse now, but they might have their own reasons of keeping the level of quality.
I'm currently finding Deposit very tough on "not for commercial use" and Canstock all over the place...the only one I bother to resubmit is SS. The others just not worth the time. Mostly getting upset over rejections is a waste of energy.
Whenever they slash and burn I just take a break. Deposit has an ftp problem too, so I put them 'on hold'. They might have a system problem and they just refuse to not to crowd their space. You are right with the SS resubmit.

« Reply #5 on: October 16, 2017, 21:13 »
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Thanks to all for the replies. I was some months whitout sending  to AS due the low sales.

Now I am sendign to SS and AS at the same time and the tase of not aceptable in AS is incredible with photos that I think that are perfect. In fact, I resend and at least the 50% are admited without changes.

The most annoying for me in AS is that you can't copy / paste the keywords and that the five firts words are the most important.

I don't understant that but is real. I done some searchs of mi photos using the some of five words the result is much better that if I use the another 45. So why you lost time with 50 keywords??

And AS not admite editorial use. Editorial is at least the 50% of my benefitcs in SS.
 
Every one can do with your company the rules that they want but we are free that use it or not

I will see.

Best regards


« Reply #6 on: October 17, 2017, 01:12 »
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Whoops I thought this was about Alamy :-\.

« Reply #7 on: October 17, 2017, 10:41 »
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Change keyword order on FT which does the same on AS. I don't know where to do this on AS, for already accepted files? https://us.fotolia.com/Contributor/MyContents/All
Click to the right the pencil in the box, on any image, which is indexing. Click on any keyword, use arrows to move up or down the list.

When submitting the same works on AS, so you don't have to have the words in order to start with, you can change later. But if you can have them in the right order  ahead of time, it's easier.

ShadySue

« Reply #8 on: October 17, 2017, 10:48 »
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... the five first words are the most important.
I don't understand that but is real.
Makes perfect sense. Now that you know about it, use it.

« Reply #9 on: October 17, 2017, 12:13 »
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Actually, I think, it's seven Words. You're welcome.


 

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