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  1. Denis Costille

    Newbies question here

    I don't remember (it's a long time ago) if it's on Shutterstock that the pics sent to be accepted as a contributor only served for that. Then you had to resubmit the pics to have them in your portfolio.
  2. Denis Costille

    Newbies question here

    If I remember well, the images used to get approved as a contributor will not end in the portfolio. You have to reupoad them.
  3. Denis Costille

    Is this kind of use authorized ?

    Thanks. I do it immediately. :-)
  4. Denis Costille

    Is this kind of use authorized ?

    Hello. Doing a reverse search of my pics, I found one on a website. Some pics of this website bear a tag with the name of the website from where they have been taken (I would say : stollen). For my pic, it's the Shutterstock thumbnail with the number of the pic in the database, but with no link to Shutterstock (see capture below). Is this kind of use authorized, or should I report it to Shutterstock ? Thanks.
  5. Denis Costille

    Panoramic pics cropped at the bottom of the preview

    For some other panoramics, the cropping could be much more annoying. Is there a way to report a bug to SS ?
  6. Denis Costille

    Panoramic pics cropped at the bottom of the preview

    In fact, with Chrome the crop is as above, with Opera and Firefox the crop is a bit smaller, and with IE the enlarged preview is complete.
  7. Denis Costille

    Panoramic pics cropped at the bottom of the preview

    If I superimpose the thumbnail on the enlarged preview, you can clearly see the missing zone at the bottom.
  8. Hello. I have some very panoramic landscapes. The thumbnail shows them complete, but when you click to enlarge the preview, the very panoramic pics (very large but not very tall) are cropped at the bottom. Example : https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/pa-sai-beach-on-koh-yao-1139863637. I find that very annoying because buyers could think the image is badly composed. Is there any solution ? Thank you.
  9. Denis Costille

    Pictures disappeared from not yet submited?

    Photos not yet submitted actually disappear after a certain time.
  10. Denis Costille

    People far away, pic as Commercial possible anyway ?

    I submitted this one as Commercial after having erased all the signboards and it was accepted. 😂 People are much smaller on that pic. https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/besancon-france-buildings-quai-vauban-their-1175142496?
  11. Denis Costille

    People far away, pic as Commercial possible anyway ?

    Thanks to everyone. :-)
  12. Denis Costille

    People far away, pic as Commercial possible anyway ?

    Hi Laurin. On this pic, if used in very big or reframed on a detail, YES, at least some people could recognize themselves. So I Think I will stay in Editorial. Thanks.
  13. Denis Costille

    People far away, pic as Commercial possible anyway ?

    And, by the way, there are also signs saying "Press" and "Tobacco" in French (shop were you buy cigarettes and magazines). There is kind of a national logo for the "Press" sign (a feather in a yellow losange) and for Tobacco there is an national geometric orange shape in volume. Should I erase them ? Thanks.
  14. Hello. When people are very far away in a pic, there is no problem to send the pic as Commercial without a model release. But my problem is always to wonder : "are people far enough for Commercial ?" Recently I uploaded a cityscape as Editorial, because there were some shops signboards far away but readable : https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/france-september-4-2018-facades-old-1171521211?src=BnZCzdZPuWoqfsUOTNhjWQ-1-18 But finally, I realized there were very few and very easy to erase, so I think about uploading this pic as Commercial. My two questions are : - are people in the frame small enough for a Commercial pic without a model release ? - if yes, to avoid a "image already in the databank" I think I would have to delete the Editorial pic first and then umpload the commercial one ? Thanks.
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