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  1. Kelly, perhaps go for a new thread on this. For what itโ€™s worth, I think your technique is great but your titles and keywording need attention. You need more images, but take a look at the advice and blogs in contributor support about titles/keywording, it should make all the difference. Good luck.
  2. Hi Edward, What about using your 35mm lens, take a few images and stitch them together? Costs nothing, which is well within anyone's budget! Apologies if you've tried that. I'm often walking about with a single lens, and the stitching thing often helps, even with a 28mm fixed lens.
  3. Good point, but can be illustrative editorial if it conveys a concept/story. Otherwise, not usable for documentary editorial methinks. But, what would the subject think?
  4. Of course, some might argue that SS are sowing the seeds of failure, through their apparent open-door policy, but I won't express a view on that. The key phrase you said 'it is our job to catch a piece of it', gets entirely to the point, if a little Groundhog Day-esque. There are several views on how best to do that, which is where all the arguments seem to kick off.
  5. And that's a metaphor for so much in this forum.....
  6. You're not really... Prince Harry... are you...?? ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜
  7. Why not upload and see, let the buyers decide? Try a few variants, for a pilot, suck it and see. Good luck.
  8. @Milleflore Images some great points to think about. Got me thinking!
  9. Well said. Calm reason, whoโ€™da thunk it on this forum nowadays?!
  10. And rename the file before you re-upload it.
  11. Back-up means nothing 'lost'. Here's some new (expensive) stuff, but differing sizes on offer, at incredible transfer speeds https://appleinsider.com/articles/19/04/03/lexar-launches-professional-sl100-pro-portable-ssd-with-usb-31-gen-2-speeds
  12. If all shot on the same day, that's the approach I would take - one release with several thumbnails. What could possibly go wrong ....? ๐Ÿ˜ฎ
  13. What I was getting at is to copy/paste the images onto the release form before you upload it (there's a space for that on the form). So one release file uploaded, and associated to the images during submission, but the release details have to be completed as usual. Although, resubmitting might get through, of course, if someone else thinks the designs don't constitute artwork ๐Ÿ˜
  14. Surely you just attach thumbnails of the images to a single property release?
  15. SS seems to consider themselves as a 'content sharing platform' which raises two issues: 1. They could be completely wrong about that (they are a business making money out of the content that they advertise, rather that just a content sharer, surely?). 2. If they are right, it might help to explain the loosening of quality control - as the blog puts it 'online content sharing platforms do not control the content that is uploaded by users, and so the platform should not be held liable for the acts of its users, so long as it complies with the applicable laws to remove the content'. Prime time for the lawyers!
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