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« Reply #25 on: October 01, 2011, 17:44 »
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C'mon! a lot of you have been complaining about recent inconsistent SS reviews, weird and nosense rejections... and now you claim that "resubmitting is bad" and that the OP deserved to be kicked off??? so, what do you do when you get that inconsistent reviews? just resign??
I've sneaked the odd one back through at times as have many of us here but there is no way that I would do it again after a warning and it is sheer stupidity to continue after 2 warnings.

My guess after warning #1 is that your submissions are now getting "special attention".  After a second warning I can guarantee that your submissions are red-flagged.  There is no way that your submissions were "casually identified" as resubmits two times.  So to fotografer's comments, you should have walked a careful path after your first warning.


« Reply #26 on: October 02, 2011, 05:02 »
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hi guys,

I am not asking you to sympathize me or complaining of what is wrong with shutterstock.

let's not let the thread becoming some kind of arguments.

If Leaf is reading this, please help to close the thread it doesn't serve any purpose..

Slovenian

« Reply #27 on: October 02, 2011, 05:26 »
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What was the size of your port?

« Reply #28 on: October 02, 2011, 07:00 »
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But... to get a warning you have to resubmit tons of photos, haven't you?? I mean, with 80.000 photos being added every week, do you believe that inspectors remember exactly which photos are resubmissions and which are new ones?? Every inspector have in a day thousands of shots to review, they must be Mr. Memory to remember all the shots rejected and re uploaded. In SS you have the option to delete rejection photos from your account...

« Reply #29 on: October 02, 2011, 07:03 »
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But... to get a warning you have to resubmit tons of photos, haven't you?? I mean, with 80.000 photos being added every week, do you believe that inspectors remember exactly which photos are resubmissions and which are new ones?? Every inspector have in a day thousands of shots to review, they must be Mr. Memory to remember all the shots rejected and re uploaded. In SS you have the option to delete rejection photos from your account...

I'm pretty sure shutterstock has an automatic image recognition system in place for both rejected and accepted photos (like tineye) so they can easily see if there is duplicates.

« Reply #30 on: October 02, 2011, 07:03 »
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If Leaf is reading this, please help to close the thread it doesn't serve any purpose..
ok


 

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