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  1. I've had a video in the pending review section for a few weeks now. I've had stuff reviewed since this one was submitted. Its ref number is 1024518029. Any advice?
  2. Yeah, maybe there are elements that would identify it to a real aficionado. Cheers all.
  3. I've had them accepted in the past. I've seen hundreds on here.
  4. I had a photograph of a model holding a camera rejected today due to possible infringement of intellectual property etc. i removed every trace of identifiable markings on the camera to such an extent that it looks very generic (unless cameras are rejectable for that reason). There are thousands of more identifiable images currently on sale. I am not a new contributor. I'm used to rejection and have learned to not take it personally. It's just frustrating to spend time editing an image to such an extent to have it rejected for the very reasons I've strived to avoid. Unless I am missing something, of course. No bitterness here, just somewhat mystified. Views appreciated.
  5. Yep, my sales have almost stopped. Yesterday (Wednesday) was the first weekday with ZERO sales since I joined over three years ago. Weekends have always been quiet, but generally sold a few - not anymore. My motivation has been worn down. It's a lot of effort for too little reward. Maybe it's time to look to other things.
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    Noise - help

    Hi guys, I've had some pictures recently rejected for the reason : Image contains excessive noise, grain, artifacts and/or is poorly rasterized. This was for pictures taken at 100 ISO, with Nikon Df and very good glass. No post processing apart from slight tweaks to saturation or vibrancy and then converting from raw to jpeg. No resizing, nothing. It's no big deal and I fully accept a rejection is a rejection, but my skills need improving and I would just appreciate any pointers as to what I may be doing wrong. Thanks for any advice. Cheers Steve
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