Posted July 20, 2015
Was this serious, or just a test?
Taken: 2011:01:11 15:55:45
Forget old images and you have a ways to go
No date stamps on images and you may want to rethink the camera you are using.2
Here is the old what stock is rant I wroteStock needs to be able to help sell or promote a product concept or idea and they need to be clean, noise free, free of any distractions, razor sharp at 100% viewing, the lighting needs to be perfect all the way across the subject and they need to pop, SS does not care much for harsh shadows.When it comes to shooting for stock on SS they are looking for perfection across the board, lighting, exposure, WB, Focus and composition in the images.The subject/image in the photo must stand out and be strong and free of anything that takes away from or distracts from the subject.
I agree that these images are not Shutterstock quality. The submission rules state that there cannot be date stamps on the images. Technically they have problems as well regarding exposure, composition, lighting etc.
Posted July 21, 2015
All of these are a long way from stock quality or acceptabilty, I'm afraid.
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