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Diane Diederich

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  1. Do I have to? Good grief. I will add it to the list of things I must do to get a pic approved here. Oy.
  2. I am having the same problem with any image with selective focus. All rejected for focus when the actual main subject is tack sharp. I have stopped uploading here.
  3. Not only is it a huge inconvenience for the contributors but IT DOESN"T WORK. I have tried this approach and it still results in rejection. Here is a screenshot of a recent rejection. The file was originally rejected for focus so I resubmitted and within minutes I got a rejection again...this time for noise.
  4. Absolutely no need for apologies Wilm...you were 100% correct! All the best to you.
  5. Thank you Wilm...I appreciate your thoughtful comment and agree 100 %. I have been a stock photographer for 20 years now and was even an inspector at another agency for 10, and I think I have finally come to the end of my patience with what you call the "arrogance" of this place. The devaluing of the very product they are selling and the treatment of the people who provide it to them is demoralizing and frankly insulting. Time to move on I guess.
  6. Welp...tried resubmitting a couple from the series and they were immediately rejected for focus and for an extra added bonus one was rejected for trademark, It was this one: I give up.
  7. This AI business is really a second kick in the teeth to contributors who now get next to nothing for sales. Like I have nothing better to do with my time than to upload perfectly good saleable images MULTIPLE times. Ridiculous.
  8. I just finished uploading an entire series...taken on the same day, with the same lighting, models and model releases, cameras, photographer (me). Almost ALL of them were rejected in a matter of SECONDS for being out of focus (they were not...taken in studio conditions and accepted already by other stock sites). Some of them were rejected for invalid model releases when others with THE EXACT SAME RELEASES AND MODELS were ok. There is no way that any human eyes were on my uploads. What is happening here? I never had problems getting my images through before. Frankly, the pennies I get are real
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