Hi! I'm new at Shutterstock and I'm at 80 photos accepted but until now I haven't sold anything (I guess it's normal). Could you provide some feedback about the quality and the stock-potential of the pictures?
I am new to shutter stock. While most of my images are been accepted. A few are being rejected. One of the main reasons is "visible Trademarks". Sometimes its like "oh okay i get it" but some of them is like they are rejected because there is a billboard on a building or the companies name on the building i.e AA insurance. I mean it is the companies building. Is that okay? Should i resubmit?
Also this one was also rejected because of visible trademarks. The only think I could think there is a visible trademark on is the boat in the background? Should i resubmit this aswell?
P.S this was taken a very long time ago but going through my historical stuff and uploading anything i think someone may like.
Hi to all,
I am new to Shutterstck and also never had an opinion of more knowedgable people as to what should I improve in my shots in view of ... everything really ... technical, composition etc.
The album consists of photos that I quiet like however would love to hear your professional opinions.
Thank you for your time
Hi to all,
I am new to Shutterstock and also never had a more knowledgable opinion on my shots with regards to ... everything really ... technical execution, composition etc.
I am including in the album photos which I quiet like however would like to hear your professional feedback, suggestions and opinions of them.
I have 2 images from the same serie.
Both images were taken at the street food market.
Both images were rejected from the same reason - Distracting elements are entering the frame obscuring the main subject or the horizon line is unintentionally crooked/skewed.
The 1st image was taken directly from the front and a little bot from the top.
The second images is bigger detail and lower angle, hence I did not shot it from the front directly. The tarts in the background would be mostly hidden behind first line, furthermore they would break silhouette s of the tarts in the foreground.
That is why I choose the shot a bit from the side.
I wanted to make all baskets visible.
Also, as this was street food event, vendors have on their tables many things as cards with the price for example, this is regular part of the display. And mostly you cannot remove it.