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  1. Which lens is most suitable for photographing texture? I have a Sony A7III camera with 28-70mm F3.5-5.6 OSS kit lens. Not sure if my kit lens is good enough for texture photography. I’m a 3D artist and I need textures for my 3D projects. Any advice on texture photography would help a lot. I'm new to photography.
  2. Can I use plug in element 3d and 3d models in plug in from videocopilot for sale in stockphoto? 3d-illustration-abstract-pattern-blue-600w-1378893491.webp
  3. Hello there, I'm very new here and I have question to ask if someone could give me a tip. Here is my case. I bought many 3D models and I also created a 3ds max scene where all the 3d models will become isometrics. So my question is, can I sell only the isometric renders without breaking any term, conditions or copyright. I want to repeat myself, selling only the renders not the 3d model itself? Thank you very much and have a great time
  4. Long before I started doing this, I had dreams of becoming a professional 3D modeler and animator. I got Lightwave 3D in 2008 and started teaching myself, getting to the point where I was using my 3D skills to help tell the special projects stories I was doing for my TV station back in Detroit. I left TV to pursue that dream professionally in 2013, by attending digital art school in Florida. I was doing well, but the stress became too much to bear and, at the time, I didn't know I had cancer and couldn't figure out why I was so tired all the time. Six years later, I've decided to g
  5. So is everyone getting more rejects as of late. I am thinking the turned up the automation in reviews as I am seeing A LOT of rejections for similars and rejections asking for releases. In the case of the similars I have images that are indeed similar but the content of the images does have differences and I don't mean just a color change., I mean elements will be different and more then one element or two. It just seems like they are things that software would see as the same. Like there may be an important dominant element that is the same but the supporting elements may not. They seem to g
  6. I have had a number of rejections due to not including the 3D in the metadata. The images are not 3D generated but created in vector based software. After a chat session with someone at support they tell me that anything 3D, that is a drawing on 3 axis, needs to have the 3D metadata. I offered another illustration I created (the one of the fortune cookie) and she said yes, this is a 3D image and proceded to ask me if I knew what 3D was. When I add additional questions she just keeps sending me links to the rules. The rules state "There are also special release and metadata considerations
  7. From the album: Give me qritique

    Give me qritique. And i wil work hard again, again and again. This link my stock https://www.shutterstock.com/image-vector/red-energy-logo-shape-3d-vector-1038185638?src=5p2WisaocjZXlmQNNWOE2Q-2-44
  8. Hello dear friends! I'm new in Shutterstock - its so exciting and such an honor to being part of this amazing agency and its community. I'm uploading my work which are concept arts and illustrations I've done in years. And some of them includes human figures. My illustrations based on 3D renderings and human figures created by myself (I'm also a 3D modeler worked in productions) -- but having figures causing problems and getting rejected because there's no release form. There's no "message to editor" section while submitting like an other agency I'm working. I wanted to ask if ther
  9. How did the system get this broken? I just submitted 40 images without noticing it had stripped half the keywords out of some of them and had to go and delete them all and try again. The keywords removed from the images vary wildly between each image with no consistency so it is clearly a bug. Critically though the keyword 'illustration' was removed from all of them so I can't actually meet the 3D requirements. '3D' was removed from some of them and I'm sure if I used 'rendering' instead of illustration half of those would get it removed too. All of them said this when sub
  10. Hello. I work a lot with video game developers that buy textures for their 3D models online (as we know, not every object could be photographed easily, sometimes you even need to travel somewhere far away by plane). Usually, they do it on special websites that sell textures with appropriate license, allowing 3D artists to use them without much restrictions. Usually they merely pay for a texture and use it, whereas the marketplaces even don't ask them to give a credit or a link. Here on Shutterstock there is a huge collection of photographs that can be used as textures, even bigger than on
  11. I'm going to be putting out a string of 3d animations that contain alpha channels. There is an option to output as a PNG codec (which flattens as having an ugly black background) or obviously a flat white background. I see with many videos on shutterstock the alpha channel is appended to the end of the clip in both 3d and non-3d cases. Ideally I'm looking for a best-practice solution that caters to shutterstock. Anyone have any insights?
  12. 3D illustrations and renderings are amazingly realistic images. To a customer who might not know about 3D illustrations, they may appear to be photographs of real people, interiors and other objects. All 3D content should always be designated as an “Illustration” in the content editor so that customers will find 3D renderings only when they search for illustrations. In order to further clarify 3D content for our customers, we are now requiring that all 3D renderings and illustrations include the term “3D rendering” or “3D illustration” in the description as well as the keywords. Using
  13. It's been a couple months since I uploaded anything so I suspect this change is relatively new but I've had the following error on uploading to SS and BS now: What doesn't make sense however is that I have only had this error on one batch of about 60 images when I uploaded hundreds of other 3D illustrations at the same time which also did not meet this requirement but were accepted nonetheless. The 60 images that were rejected were the same on both sites but their keywords and titles use the same standards to the other images. I've contacted SS and BS about this without a reply
  14. From the album: Happy New Year series

    Cinema 4D

    © http://shutterstock.com/g/SahonDesign

  15. From the album: Happy New Year series

    Cinema 4D

    © http://shutterstock.com/g/SahonDesign

  16. From the album: Happy New Year series

    Cinema 4D

    © http://shutterstock.com/g/SahonDesign

  17. From the album: Happy New Year series

    Cinema 4D

    © http://shutterstock.com/g/SahonDesign

  18. Hi there! I am rendering 3D letters and digits like in example below. I would like to use also half-transparent materials like glass or ice. I am using PNG format to store the transparency in background but shutterstock does not accept this one. What should I do? Just forget about transparency and convert to TIFF? Or use EPS, but my renders are rasters so it wont be possible for customer to "Scale to any size without loss of resolution.". By the way, is it better to put all digits/letters in one high res file or upload them separately (I see many people do it with 3D renders).
  19. A must see for illustrators and others. http://www.buzzfeed.com/benhenry/i-will-not-touch-that-spider?bftw&utm_term=4ldqpfp#.nuJDrgK96
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