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    San Juan Puerto Rico, la isla del encanto!
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    Photography, Music, Travel, Swimming, Painting, Sports, Movies, Wine
  1. BTW.... If you enter the word "LOGO" right now a bunch of images show up. NOT mine because I cant use "LOGO" Hummmmmm...... Some things just not right with this picture.
  2. Thanks apotterdd and hhltdave5 for your comments. Maybe the term: "Limited Commercial Value" should no be used incorrectly the way it is being used. Probably a Term more like: "Sorry but at this time we are not accepting any abstract illustration or design". would be more appropriate. Now...let say, if this was the case, maybe "Shutterstock" should look at all images in that category and see what images have been there for a while taking up space and memory, and has not been selling at all. "Now There, you would have a classical: "Limited Commercial Value". And it would not be because some "person" rejected the image but because "Our Clients" the people who buy our images determent that. Wouldn't you agree?.
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    Do you also agree?

    Oh yeah, Love your answer yaromir..... "I just go and spend time with my HOT girlfriend :):)" Now.... there's a good solution!!! Have a great time!
  4. Hey thanks evaners, for your point of view. Interesting. But still, If I as a Client, em searching for a "LOGO" design, if my images do not have the word "LOGO" in it, I believe they would not show up. Right?
  5. joseph

    Do you also agree?

    Thank you yaromir for your observation, You know what is funny is that recently I submitted similar images as the one that where "rejected" because of "Limited Commercial Value" and since they were approved and posted in Shutterstock they have been downloaded every single day. Let me repeat.... "EVERY SINGLE DAY". Now, HOW is it possible that these two new images with the same "Graphic Look" and quality as the ones that are selling, would be consider by SS evaluator as a "Limited Commercial Value" I have to confess.... This really bothers me. Would you feel the same way?
  6. joseph

    Do you also agree?

    Thanks markrhiggins and evaners for your comments. Maybe the term: "Limited Commercial Value" should no be used incorrectly the way it is being used. Probably a Term more like: "Sorry but at this time we are not accepting any abstract illustration or design". would be more appropriate. Now...let say, if this was the case, maybe "Shutterstock" should look at all images in that category and see what images have been there for a while taking up space and memory, and has not been selling at all. "Now There, you would have a classical: "Limited Commercial Value". And it would not be because some "person" rejected the image but because "Our Clients" the people who buy our images determent that. Wouldn't you agree?.
  7. Try shooting at different exposure and try HDR in Photoshop to get a well balanced image.
  8. Can anyone explain to me this: Joined: 17 Jan 2008 Posts: 305 Post Posted: Wed Sep 24, 2008 2:35 am Reply with quote Hello: It is time to enforce submission requirements for all artwork that is submitted for review as Shutterstock does not license images for use as Logos. You may not: 1) Use the word LOGO in the title area 2) Use the word LOGO as a keyword 3) Use the term LOGO in the artwork itself 4) Submit imagery that has a theme or conveys the idea of a LOGO You may continue to submit your outstanding designs for consideration/review. All we are requesting is that the term LOGO is not present or associated with your images in any way. It really is that simple. If you have any questions, please feel free to email me (anthony@shutterstock.com), send me a PM or send in an email to submit@shutterstock.com. Sincerely, Shutterstock Support Team Shutterstock __________________________________________________________________ Now, me as a designer or client would use the word LOGO in the SEARCH engine to locate exactly that, all design elements that can help me with a logo design. So If I as a designer and Client would use the word LOGO to find images related to that, how is it possible that ME as a Shutterstock Submitter can not use the word "LOGO? BTW... I send this same comment to this anthony... I'm still waiting for an answer. Any thoughts on this one.....? Anyone? Thanks, Joseph
  9. Hi everyone, I never post, or give much thought or a fight whenever one of my images is Not Approved. But today I highly disagree with whom ever disapproved my images. And feel there has been some injustice made on my images. I'm a Graphic Designer, Creative Director and Commercial Photographer. I have been in this business as a professional since 1983. I have bought hundreds of stock images for mayor advertising agencies and mayor clients here in Puerto Rico. I have also sold a few of my own images right here in Shutterstock. I think having a little over 27 years experience in this business, give me a pretty good idea of what image has or does not have commercial value. But today, I would really like to know your honest opinion on my two rejected images. I got this reject note on my two submitted images: "Limited Commercial Value--We do not need this image at this time. Please see Shutterbuzz for more info" Now, here are the two rejected images: Please let me know your opinion. Thanks in advance for your time Joseph
  10. Hi everyone, I never post, or give much thought or a fight whenever one of my images is Not Approved. But today I highly disagree with whom ever disapproved my images. And feel there has been some injustice made on my images. I'm a Graphic Designer, Creative Director and Commercial Photographer. I have been in this business as a professional since 1983. I have bought hundreds of stock images for mayor advertising agencies and mayor clients here in Puerto Rico. I have also sold a few of my own images right here in Shutterstock. I think having a little over 27 years experience in this business, give me a pretty good idea of what image has or does not have commercial value. But today, I would really like to know your honest opinion on my two rejected images. I got this reject note on my two submitted images: "Limited Commercial Value--We do not need this image at this time. Please see Shutterbuzz for more info" Now, here are the two rejected images: Please let me know your opinion. Thanks in advance for your time Joseph
  11. Hi everyone, I never post, or give much thought or a fight whenever one of my images is Not Approved. But today I highly disagree with whom ever disapproved my images. And feel there has been some injustice made on my images. I'm a Graphic Designer, Creative Director and Commercial Photographer. I have been in this business as a professional since 1983. I have bought hundreds of stock images for mayor advertising agencies and mayor clients here in Puerto Rico. I have also sold a few of my own images right here in Shutterstock. I think having a little over 27 years experience in this business, give me a pretty good idea of what image has or does not have commercial value. But today, I would really like to know your honest opinion on my two rejected images. I got this reject note on my two submitted images: "Limited Commercial Value--We do not need this image at this time. Please see Shutterbuzz for more info" Now, here are the two rejected images: Please let me know your opinion. Thanks in advance for your time Joseph
  12. Well... here in Puerto Rico, for a young 10 year old girl to walk top less in the beach would not be a big deal cause there really are not any boobs to look at. She is still consider very young. But still it is very rare to see one these days. Not like before when it was very common. Once there are some boobs hanging... thats a different story!
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    Cover ot TIME MAGAZINE

    Great work!!!! Thats just Excellent! BTW... love the photo! Congrats!!!!
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