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WarrenPrice

« Reply #25 on: May 18, 2011, 09:35 »
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I expected rejections because, although I may be new to Shutterstock, this ain't my first rodeo.  I've had entire batches rejected for the lighting/shadows issue, and the majority of others accepted, using the same lighting setup with the same subjects (model headshots).  I'll be the first to agree that the inspection process seems to be lacking any rational thought or following any predictable pattern, which makes it impossible for us to shoot anything specifically according to Shutterstock standards.  The primary reason I still upload to other sites is to get all of my material available somewhere.  (I have the highest acceptance rates at CanStockPhoto and Alamy.)  However, I now have the distinct pleasure of a new morning routine - entering sales from the day before into my personal database.  So notwithstanding the need for improvement in the inspection process, Shutterstock is still leaving all other sites in its dust.   :)

(BTW - Warren:  that's "en masse."  Just thought you'd like to know.   :P)

Ooooops... I knew that.  LOL


« Reply #26 on: May 18, 2011, 09:54 »
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Unless the rejected files were good catholics....


 

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