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« on: February 03, 2024, 15:07 »
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If I have ,say, 5 images all on the same theme (For example people playing tennis) Am I best to submit them all side by side?  Or should I  separate my submission of them out over a few days?

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« Reply #1 on: February 03, 2024, 16:55 »
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If they are unique, add value, look good, and something a buyer would want to use, upload them all.

If they are spammy, designed to just try and spam the same image over and over in slightly minute type of variations, don't upload them.

« Reply #2 on: February 03, 2024, 19:52 »
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If I have ,say, 5 images all on the same theme (For example people playing tennis) Am I best to submit them all side by side?  Or should I  separate my submission of them out over a few days?

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the advice to 'choose your best' is just silly - no one can predict which technically similar images will sell best


 i'll submit several from the shoot, then others in later submissions.  AS in particular seems to be more open to a series where the images are similar in subject but distinctive in actual content. and i usually have the same meta data for all - that doesn't seem to matter, so not worth your time to make each description unique

certainly 5 isn't too many.

factors the agencies have finally realized is they can't really predict which image from aseries will sell the m ost, and that often buyers will take multiple from the series

YMMV
« Last Edit: February 03, 2024, 19:56 by cascoly »


 

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