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Author Topic: What's the difference between resubmitting, and submitting the work again?  (Read 8590 times)

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« Reply #25 on: December 20, 2010, 09:46 »
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Not sure if it makes a difference, but I always put a note in the description field when I resubmit, saying something like **logo cloned out**, or **problem fixed**. 


Rofl I always  thought description is for describing what is really in the photo (next to the title which usually is short) so I always put image description to IPTC. :D
And I was quite disappointed that I didn't find any suitable place to write what I fixed in the photo on resubmit procedure. :D


lisafx

« Reply #26 on: December 20, 2010, 09:48 »
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It's always been okay to write a note to the inspector in the description field, usually under the actual description.  I put the **asterisks** in so they will notice what I wrote.  Then later, if/when the image is approved, you can go in and remove the note.  :)

« Reply #27 on: December 20, 2010, 09:51 »
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It's always been okay to write a note to the inspector in the description field, usually under the actual description.  I put the **asterisks** in so they will notice what I wrote.  Then later, if/when the image is approved, you can go in and remove the note.  :)

That's a good idea. Btw is it a custom on all stocks or only here?

« Reply #28 on: December 20, 2010, 10:01 »
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I haven't got a single rejection for a resubmitted picture so I just want to thanks IS for letting me know what I have done wrong, I guess thats a good reason

Same here.  I often use the resubmit option, when it's available, and can't remember ever getting a resubmitted image rejected the second time around. 

Not sure if it makes a difference, but I always put a note in the description field when I resubmit, saying something like **logo cloned out**, or **problem fixed**. 

I have never put a note regardind the "fix" and no problem, but sure it is a good idea

lisafx

« Reply #29 on: December 20, 2010, 10:07 »
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It's always been okay to write a note to the inspector in the description field, usually under the actual description.  I put the **asterisks** in so they will notice what I wrote.  Then later, if/when the image is approved, you can go in and remove the note.  :)

That's a good idea. Btw is it a custom on all stocks or only here?

I have only done it on Istock.  Most of the sites have a separate box where you can place a note to reviewers.

Luis is probably right - the note may be unnecessary.  I just like to make SURE they see that I have fixed the file ;)


 

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