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  2. You aren't allowed to alter editorial images. Cloning anything out is a definite no no. You can only do basic adjustments to editorial images such as WB, exposure etc. Reviewers obviously have missed this in your past images that have been approved. https://www.shutterstock.com/blog/submitting-editorial-content-part-2-documentary-editorial
  3. When I send photos from the streets of the city and there are cars on them, in most cases, I delete the license plate and do not change anything else in the photo, I send it as editorial material and it is accepted. But today I sent several photos of cars with a cleared license plate and received such a refusal Altered Editorial: Editorial content with post-production alterations, such as adding or removing objects from a scene, cannot be accepted. A photo similar to this that was taken earlier and has already been sold. How can I understand whether I can clear the number on the photo or not?
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  5. The chances of being struck by lightening are 1 in 500,000. With regard to lifestyle conditions do you mean things under our control? Road accidents are simply irrelevant. This is a highly contagious, new, unusual in its behaviour, potentially deadly virus.
  6. Thanks for the info, however, I have questioned this behaviour with google, they seemed to give a different response. They are inaccurate and misleading, it is not in googles best interest for people to not get what they searching for. And there is no way they can find my work or what is pictured on fineartamericas site.
  7. https://www.shutterstock.com/image-illustration/seamless-pattern-wild-gray-flowers-pink-1838384788
  8. https://www.shutterstock.com/image-illustration/seamless-pattern-wild-beige-flowers-on-1690205908
  9. https://www.shutterstock.com/image-illustration/watercolor-seamless-pattern-small-wild-yellow-1805516674
  10. https://www.shutterstock.com/image-illustration/seamless-pattern-small-wild-red-gray-1031404321
  11. https://www.shutterstock.com/image-illustration/seamless-pattern-wild-gray-flowers-pink-1838384788
  12. https://www.shutterstock.com/image-illustration/watercolor-seamless-pattern-wild-dark-flowers-1838767828
  13. Earnings didn't really change much for me (yeah, I've been getting a lot of $.10 sub sales, but I've also been getting some $.50-$.73 sub sales as well, way more than my $.33 sub flat rate prior to the commission change, in addition to a few $2.25+ on demands and single & others, so it averaged out to be about the same earnings) ...UNTIL OCTOBER 2020. So far, as of October 23, my earnings are down about 60% from where they were in October 2019. I need some $10+ single & other or video sales as a "bail out".
  14. The last two days have been the worst in terms of sales. this has never happened. Maybe the shutterstock site is down in some countries ?
  15. Why do you need to download your own contents? Don't you have them on your own hard drive(s) or cloud storage?
  16. My understanding of this situation is that a Google search result is Google's responsibility, not FAA's, so FAA aren't 'using my name, artwork and keywords to drive web traffic to their websites fineartameria'. It's your name you searched on (with the word 'art') so that's what Google has collected. This isn't promoting FAA. The information just stays historically and Google collects it and displays it. Whether the information that Google collects is historic or current won't be FAAs responsibility as I see it. As long as FAA removed your images from sale on their website once you closed your account.
  17. https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/old-remote-console-tv-over-white-98225369 https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/network-card-computer-42504703
  18. https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/seawater-splashes-high-after-large-humpback-705526210
  19. If you're shooting at a wide open aperture like f/1.4, that's very shallow depth of field that makes just a tiny portion of the subject in focus in a macro. If you're getting rejections for the main part of the subject not being in focus, that's the problem. I find using a really small aperture, like f/22 to f/29, makes depth of field high enough for all of the subject to be in focus for macros to get accepted. https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/red-bougainvilla-flower-white-bud-green-665287024
  20. It varies. This month it's been every day but Sunday.
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  22. Got to acknowledge these are beautiful ports. Can see what really makes money looking at these. Thanks for posting Sari.
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