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Darla Hallmark

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  1. Anyone can download thumbnails from any stock site without going through all those steps. What you WANT is watermarks on the thumbnails.
  2. Sometimes, you have to use the specific cord that comes with the camera. Try that.
  3. You downloaded a thumbnail. Bravo.
  4. The object is to CREATE images, not find them.
  5. It's the icons that look like naked people.
  6. Did you use any trademarked names? The name of the boat, for example. The building might be on a list of protected places. What is it?
  7. Just a note, since you didn't mention it: Only use photos you own the rights to.
  8. The auto-generated jpg previews only see the objects, not the artboard. So, they get cropped right to the edge of the design. It's Shutterstock's fault your vectors look like crap.
  9. Even with certificates, the vectors are NOT YOURS. Besides, the certificates do not specify that you can resell the images. You purchased certain rights, but not the copyright. Here's a hint: It costs way more than $4 to buy a copyright.
  10. Check the settings on your camera. You want to be taking pictures at the largest setting. At least 2000 pixels on the short side.
  11. If your brother's account was disabled, rather than yours, it may not be because you used one of his pictures.
  12. Edges are just a little zaggity. Check your export settings, you may need to anti-alias.
  13. It's the glasses. This has come up before. The design of the glasses themselves is trademarked. Ordinarily, that wouldn't be a problem, since the photo isn't of or about the glasses, but the designer (I think it was Versace) sued Shutterstock once, so now they ban them.
  14. Since, ultimately, we're here for the money, that's a top tier deal breaker.
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