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""Today, we're announcing that after six years of connecting agencies, brands and creators, we will be closing down ImageBrief's photographer marketing services.

We're proud of the products and apps we built, but even more so, we're grateful for the community that enabled them to grow. More than 70,000 creators earned millions of dollars collaborating with 12,500+ global agencies and brands in 169 countries.

There has never been a better time for creators to thrive. Demand for content has increased, and the tools to create world-class creative are more accessible than ever.

Our talented team of engineers, designers, developers, and curators have worked tirelessly to make ImageBrief a success in a competitive and rapidly evolving landscape, and our immediate priority is to help you transition to other services to support your business.

In the coming days, our team will be in contact with you directly with detailed information about your specific account, license history, and services. Over the next week, we recommend logging into ImageBrief to download and retain your license history and related assets. Further details can be found in the FAQ's below.

We want to thank you for your participation and loyalty, and look forward to working with you in the coming weeks to ensure a smooth transition.

Sincerely,

Team ImageBrief""

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Veer / Content not good enough for Veer - confused?
« on: May 11, 2009, 13:24 »
Ok I just got an email from Snapsvillage (Veer Marketplace Team) saying that:

Unfortunately, based on the images you currently have on SnapVillage, we have decided not to transfer your work to Veer Marketplace. It could be that your images just need some polishing, that you chose subjects that aren't a great fit for Veer Marketplace, or that you hadnt submitted very many images.

However, my not good enough images have been selling there for several months, I have already received two payouts.

Is this a re-think on the quality of my port or is this an error.

Has anyone else who's been accepted onto Veer received such an email?

Thanks

Stu :-)

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General Stock Discussion / Is this for real?
« on: February 05, 2009, 11:16 »
I got the following message today through my facebook account and need some advice from the experienced folk on MSG:

Sincerely,

We found your photo ID 9713761 on Shutterstock, and we are very interested to buy it for our client for an TV commercial in Croatia, but only for us, like no one can use it in the world except us
for a year? And of curse, we would like to know how much it will cost us
in that case..

Please send me your answer quick as you can.

For any further questions please be free to contact me.

Thank you in advance, best
Ivana Sudar
Production and Event Account

Euro RSCG Zagreb / Unex Group
Ilica 26, 10000 Zagreb
T + 385 (0) 1 4888 800 [centrala]
T + 385 (0) 1 4888 825 [direktni]
F + 385 (0) 1 4888 890
M + 385 (0) 99 3177 594
E [email protected]
W www.unex.hr


Do you think this is for real and if I was to reply what $ would you suggest?

The image is nothing special however it has been for sale an multiple sites for nearly a year:



Thanks

Stu

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Dreamstime.com / Red "x's" of frustration at Dreamstime
« on: August 23, 2007, 08:29 »
For a few weeks now I am frequently looking at a screen full of red crosses in boxes when I log onto Dreamstime. The red crosses have replaced images and other graphics and are increasingly frustrating.

For example I received a rejection today because I forgot to attach a model release to one picture in a series. All the images have the same IPTC data so I can only recognise the image by seeing it, and will only be able to re-submit if I knew which image it was.

Is this a problem other people are experiencing, or is it just me, if it isn't are potential buyers having similar issues viewing my images.

Stu

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iStockPhoto.com / Up-sampling at IS
« on: July 16, 2007, 10:44 »
Looking for a bit of info & advice here.

Over the last few weeks I have had images seemingly randomly rejected for 'up-sampled from original size' at IS. The rejected images are processed the same way as all my images; through CS3 Raw editor and then basic adjustments in PS CS3. The rejected images are usually one out of a batch of accepted images. I have alot of respect for the reviewers at IS, so there must be something I am doing wrong.

Can anyone shed some light on what exactly is meant by up-sizing and rezzing, and what you think I may be doing wrong causing these rejections.

Thanks in advance.

Stu

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