Hi there. Totally new to being a shutter stock contributor. Im wondering what people think of my images and if you think they will hold appeal for sales?. My thing is smartphone photography and all images are taken from a mobile. Any constructive feedback is appreciated. Thanks.
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.
I'm new here. I love photography and am specially interested in travel photography (and yes I know that travel photography have very little sale value 😞 ) I am still learning and would really appreciate your opinion and tips..
Hi, I'm new at Shutterstock and I am very interested in your opinion and tips on the photos I've uploaded. I have included a selection but feel free to look at my page.
Thanks in advance, Liesbeth
PS I've uploaded these images from my laptop, so you can't see the description and keywords I added in SS. Is there another way I should have added the pictures so that you can see this information?
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