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Man walking down a road.
© Sharon Keating

Man walking down a road.

Any critiquing is much appreciated... do you think there's a market for something like this?


© Sharon Keating

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Doesn't have that crisp POP of focus Im looking for. and......Where is he going and why. what would a buyer use this for. Not shutting this down,Just curious as to what you saw here and the concept. NOW if the man was holding the hand of a small child? then you have a instant winner.


Important, commercial stock that sells a lot has a instant Message regardless of subject instead of just a picture anyone can take ....Although some surprises have slid through.. It is at times indefinable to the average person But...It just works on many human Levels to help a buyer use our work to help sell a product or concept.


I have Had A LOT of Images sell More than 5000 times and I'll be damned to know why. It's a magnet, and indescribable. I don't see it here. am I the last word? or the best advice?????  HELL NO!!!!!!!!! neither is anyone else. Thats actually the good part.


I know what won't sell Pretty well, I have no clue what will do well. And to me doing well is not 10 Times for 25 Cents Per. NO ONE knows what will sell especially anyone doing this or reviewing this.


Anyone tells you they know??. RUN MY DEAR!!


 I subscribe to many Magazines that use stock Images 99% of the time. Good Housekeeping,Womans day ETC.

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I'm think I'm starting to understand about "telling a story." Would a walking stick or a dog help too?

Dog.....always. stick?...no . just remember some of the greatest shooters of all time were simply at the right place/Right time.... thing is....They saw it.

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He is telling a story just as it is.


Real estate.


A designer could use this to sell someone into a neighborhood, all nice and peaceful taking a casual stroll in the neighborhood without any worries.

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