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  1. Claude Huot

    "Keyword phrases" recognition in searches

    I have to disagree with Kate. If you search with a phrase, all the images with single words or words in a phrase somewhere will show. Jean-François is right.
  2. That explains it. Thank you, I thought I had hallucinations. You reassure me 😉
  3. It was OFF when I checked but you're right it's back.
  4. It's finally off. This contributor has no active images in their portfolio. https://www.shutterstock.com/g/Sherin+Shaju
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    "Blue Hour"

  6. Earlier, I sent a note to the owner of this image By Ianmikraz and he replied yesterday: "Thanks for your information, i will contact Shutterstock staff". With a note from the original owner, we should see some result in the near future.
  7. For those who say we are violating the rules, Alex from Shutterstock is thanking all of us for reporting it here. It took time but this reported port https://www.shutterstock.com/g/SerhiiParkhomenko is now empty. It's a start.
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    Feloniousfolios - please crack down on them Shutterstock

    I already mentioned him in that thread: https://forums.submit.shutterstock.com/topic/95843-i-have-a-50-images-that-have-been-pending-review-for-20-days-and-2 for-12-days/ I also sent an e-mail to the two contributors of the original work mentioned there. I hope they will report him.
  9. You only have 7 images, you need a lot more. And by the way, are these your images? I found 5 of your 7 images done by other contributors. Yours By Ianmikraz Yours By Photographee.eu etc.......
  10. https://www.shutterstock.com/g/evgo1977?search_source=base_gallery&language=en&page=1&sort=newest&measurement=px&safe=true
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    how can i sale?

    The customers find pictures with keywords and description. In your case, the descriptions are not accurate and you don't have enough keywords. Animals should have the scientific name. For example, for you picture of the elephant, the description should be something like: "Elephant (Africana loxodonta) feeds in Lake Mburo National Park, Uganda" and your keywords should be: elephant; loxodonta; africana; lake; mburo; national; park; africa; mammal; wild; wildlife; safari; nature; animal; grey; wilderness; large; trunk; travel; green; grass; tree; big; blue; sky; etc...... There are more than 200 millions images on this site so you have a lot of competition. To be successful, you need to upload a lot of quality pictures. Good luck.
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    Why is the model release required for this photo?

    Jim is right. https://www.shutterstock.com/blog/contributor-resources/legal/stock-image-releases Model Releases: A model release must be submitted for any commercial content that features a recognizable individual(s). Additionally, if the person might 
be recognizable (due to accessories, clothing, etc.), then a model release should be obtained.