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Uncle Pete:

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Many buyers prefer to search by new images, because that way they know it was not used many times bu others already.


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how do you know this? how many buyers have you interviewed?

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As a buyer, I have searched this way. Who wants to use an image thatís been downloaded and possibly used thousands of times.

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So you find an image you like, go to that artist and search their new images?  :)

Or you search for a subject and click NEW? In which case, that's never left. Only the new was gone from our personal collections. And repeating, the default was new, with recent sales mixed into that. Best selling for mine, don't show until page 5.

Like a prequel:


--- Quote from: qunamax on December 13, 2019, 08:04 ---I don't suppose anyone goes to my portfolio checking what's new in it besides me.
I did have a few good uses for it, one being checking what was uploaded and approved so I don't upload it again by accident, especially with splitting photo sessions into multiple upload times, it gets confusing to track what was uploaded and what not. Fresh really helped with that.

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Yes I could use new to see what I've uploaded. Good point.

qunamax:
I don't suppose anyone goes to my portfolio checking what's new in it besides me.
I did have a few good uses for it, one being checking what was uploaded and approved so I don't upload it again by accident, especially with splitting photo sessions into multiple upload times, it gets confusing to track what was uploaded and what not. Fresh really helped with that.

PhotoBomb:
Catalog Manager lets you sort by newest.

georgep7:
eh, I need a break.

And some ritalins please.

 ::)

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