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Andrew Rybalko

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  1. Shutterstock now has a censorship. They have removed my icon with the crossed out 10 cents. And also was deleted an explanation where to find a new content. I will upload the protest icon again. It’s not difficult for me. Check your profile, guys!
  2. Well guys... I'm in! Disabled my portfolio today. Protest mode — ON!
  3. Rest in pepperoni dear Shutterstock! I will monitoring the situation for a month, but something tells me that our cooperation will come to an end. Very sorry! That was a cool five years!
  4. Another useless update. I am not even surprised by this. Why make such focus on the author information? People come to Shutterstock to BUY content, not to make friends or get socialize. Highlight my works, not my avatar! Where the sort by "relevance" or "fresh". At first SS have replaced the "popular" with the politically correct "relevant", now they have removed this option. What for?
  5. This is bad news for paranoids and sociopaths like me. :( Why do you need my personal data, Shutterstock?
  6. Uploaded more than 30 vectors according to the new system. I have to say that was a very annoying experience. Even despite the fact that for the Illustrator there is a script that automatically changes the size of the artboard to 4 megapixels, I still have to manually copy/paste keywords, description and pick up this damn categories. Due to the dramatic drop in sales in May, I seriously think to send the Shutterstock to hell and focus on other agencies. I think that buyers also react negatively to all the latest Shutterstock innovations.
  7. Oh, boy! Not this SHIT again! Who are these beta-test contributors? Who are these mythical creatures who are satisfied with everything in this update? What is the real reason for the "innovations"? Maybe you have a technical reason and you don’t want to talk about it?
  8. Perfect solution to the problem! You just changed the date. Someone in Shutterstock is too proud to admit his mistake and cancel the decision. Ok! What remains for me? Work as usual. But now also count megapixels and copy/paste keywords. But remember, if clients go to other agencies and my sales will go down, I will have to send you to hell, Shutterstock!
  9. Thank you, Anna! I am sure it is largely your merit that we were heard. Except 15 pages of critics, of course.
  10. If you are so worried about the authors, who don't need to upload the JPG-preview, then just give them that opportunity. Why take away this option from those who are satisfied with it? Kick your lazy programmers (I know they are lazy)! Let them do two different ways of uploading: old and new.
  11. For me, it sounds like "Thank you for speaking out, but our team will continue to break things that worked well so far". Thanks to us, the authors, Shutterstok earns his millions. Before changing something, maybe it was right to ask the authors about it first? I think that customers with a poor Internet connection or limited network traffic will not be happy either. Because they will have to download much larger amounts of information due to the increased EPS-files.
  12. I don`t think that my work will become "Easier Than Ever" after these changes. 1. Why do I need a limit of 4 megapixels in the size of a vector file? This is a VECTOR file - size in megapixels doesn`t matter to the user. But now I have to count megapixels. And I have a wery bad arithmetic. 2. Why do you remove the need to upload a JPG-file? I have metadata attached to it. Without this file I will have to add metadata manually on the Shutterstock website. But I need to upload my works on other stock-sites.
  13. I have the same problem since July. Shutterstock, return everything as it was before this summer.
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