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  1. Submission and acceptance successful now, designated reference image as Property release. thank you.
  2. Rejected: The incorrect release designation was applied to the attached model release, property release, or reference image. The image is a combination of a photo and and added layer of color gradient. I tagged it Illustration, and attached the original photo as a release. I do not remember which release type I selected for that attachment (I remember thinking, I wonder if it matters...). What is the correct release type designation for such a reference image? Thanks.
  3. Thank you both for responses. No, I am not a mathematician. The fact that there is a formula for Work I remembered from science classes, but looked it up to be sure I got it right. I'll try first submitting as Commercial, with the shorter title...
  4. Submitting my first .eps. Has been rejected twice for: Title must be descriptive and relevant to the subject matter and must be in English. Titles cannot contain special characters, spelling/grammar errors, or repeat words/phrases in excess. First time title: The scientific formula for Work bracketed by the words Labor Day, within a circle of text U.S.A., all in colors red, white, and blue. Second time title: A circular Labor Day emblem. Also the second time, I accidentally submitted as Editorial. I don't know if that is the reason the second time. I am showing a reduced in size, .png of it here.
  5. What options should I take / set in Inkscape when saving as .eps (attached screen shot). Thanks
  6. In case it might sound like it, this is not in response to a review, or trying to make a point. It is a question to gain understanding. Apart from the existence of logos, copyrighted, or trademarked subjects in a picture, what is recognizable property? I mean, isn't any property recognizable to someone (i.e., the owner). Or does it mean if you showed the image to the person on the street and most people would be able to say, "Oh yes, that's the blah-blah building.", then it is recognizable? Or does it mean that if there exists other properties that are so similar, that one could have the image but not be sure of which one it really is, then it is not recognizable? Hope the sense of my question, makes sense!
  7. i am guessing that you may be experiencing the issue which at least some are having, and is discussed in this thread:
  8. This is my experience also. Although SS says it can take up to 3 days, it is unusual. Normally I think it has been taking 15 - 30 minutes.
  9. I addressed everything mentioned, adjusting sharpness, chromatic aberration, removing what was on the back of the lady's shirt, and submitted again as Editorial as I do not have a release. It was accepted, thank you all again!
  10. If anyone would care to evaluate this. First submission rejection: Editorial Designation: This content can only be accepted for editorial use. Please select the "Editorial" button before submitting. The people have their back to the camera? What else is required? (Not that it would be some blockbuster image as Commercial. I just need to understand.) Second submission, as Editorial, rejection reasons: Noise / Artifacts: Content contains noise, film grain, compression artifacts, pixelation, and/or posterization that detracts from the main subject. Focus: The main subject is out of focus or is not in focus due to camera shake, motion blur, overuse of noise reduction, or technical limitations of the equipment used (e.g. autofocus searching, camera sensor quality, etc). If it matters, shot at 1/1000, F 2.8, ISO 100. Except for cropping the original, no post processing. No problem saying I have a lot to learn. Do you see those issues with the image? Thank you.
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