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fresh autumn fruits In The basket
 
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fresh autumn fruits In The basket

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Autumn harvest fresh autumn fruits In The basket


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Taken with Canon Canon EOS 550D

  • 50 mm
  • 1/160
  • f f/4.0
  • ISO 100
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I like it as well. A very autumnal feeling to it. It is a bit on the late side for it to get the use it should seeing that fall is about over. If it were me I would hold onto it until late next summer to submit it. Keep in mind that most images are bought several months before they are used.

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Really good image, great colours. If I can be super critical, the wheat ears on the right have the tip cut off and the leaf is also cut off - but on the left side there is a gap that could have been reduced if the camera angle was slightly to the right. I may be wrong, but that's how I see it. Overall though a great image.

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lovely pic... just about 2 months too late to get sales leading up to the right season. Keep it for submission in early August next year!

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Chit submit it now and it will still sell all through the beginning of the year and then some as well as having sales pick up just before the holiday season next year, don't wait submit now and get it out there!

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The one problem is if you submit it now when the autumn season is pretty much over the likelihood of it selling big now is less. If it doesn't sell then it is going to get lost and drop in a most popular search. If you wait till the season is good for this type of image then it is likely to sell better and remain higher in a most popular search.

 

You have talent so if you spend the time working on Christmas, New Year, Valentines Day, Easter images now you will be getting them in and available at the right time. A large part of stock work is timing. You want to get your images in front of buyers when they are needed the images not when their need is pretty much over.

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