MicrostockGroup Sponsors


Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.


Messages - Raymond

Pages: [1]
1
Shutterstock.com / Re: Deleting images on Shutterstock
« on: July 24, 2020, 03:15 »
Cathyslife, don't understand what your full stop in your replay is supposed to say.

My hint that my images are still on google with the link to Shutterstock after deletion (even if clicking on it leads nowhere) means that this is some kind of advertisement for Shutterstock. At least the name of the company is there visible. Advertisement for Shutterstock with my deleted images? Is this ok?

2
Shutterstock.com / Re: Deleting images on Shutterstock
« on: July 23, 2020, 03:32 »
Hi,
after deleting my images one by one, my portfolio now is empty. However, when I look in my account in the column View all top performers there are still images showing up, that are offered by Shutterstock as Get this image for FREE. Download this image now with a free trial. ...

Furthermore, I find (all) my images, that I had on Shutterstock and which are now deleted, on Google images linked to Shutterstock. Doesn't Shutterstock have to make sure that these pictures are no longer there?
Raymond

3
Shutterstock.com / Deleting images on Shutterstock
« on: July 20, 2020, 10:39 »
Hi,
I am deleting my images on Shutterstock one by one. You probably know why ....
When checking it the next day, I still find many of those images that obviously have not been deleted. They are offered by shutterstock as "Get these images for FREE. Download this image now with a free trial."
How is this possible? Does anyone know how I can get these images deleted permanently?
Your help would be greatly apprechiated.

4
I deactivated  my portfolio of some 1000 images at Shutterstock...

5
Newbie Discussion / Re: Possibility to pirate images on EyeEm
« on: March 06, 2019, 13:29 »
... sorry, I wrote EyeAm. I, of course, mean EyeEm ...

6
Newbie Discussion / Re: Possibility to pirate images on EyeEm
« on: March 06, 2019, 13:23 »
Thank you all for your comments and suggestions. Following the comment from cobalt (There is a reason why I submit small daily life snapshots and not a lot of higher quality content.), I have now deleted several of my images on EyeAm. Namely those who are "top performers" at other photo agencies, or of which I believe to recognize that they could become top performers. I'm not happy with that at all, since they maybe could become "top performers" at EyeAm as well. Maybe I am worrying too much.
Speaking of Getty as partner collection of EyeAm: If I delete an image from EyeAm that has been accepted by the partner collection Getty already, will it stay at Getty?
I hate to see that Shutterstock shows numerous images of contributors without visible "watermarks" on facebook, giving everybody the possibilty to copy und pirate the photos. 

7
Newbie Discussion / Possibility to pirate images on EyeEm
« on: March 05, 2019, 10:01 »
Hi, sorry, my English is rather poor. I hope you still understand what I'm writing here.
I have a few images on EyeEm market. My concern is that anyone can easily copy the photos from the website via screenshot and use it in the web. The resolution of the screenshot copies of 96 dpi and the size are suitable to use the copied photos for the web. On the homepage of EyeEm, there is apparently no protection against this. Other photo agencies, such as Shutterstock or Adobe Stock, have their names or logos on the pictures, thereby providing protection. EyeEm has it, too, but only when opening the larger formate images. Do I see this correctly or have I missed something? Any suggestions how to deal with this?

Pages: [1]

Sponsors

Mega Bundle of 5,900+ Professional Lightroom Presets

Microstock Poll Results

Sponsors

3100 Posing Cards Bundle