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  1. I took 540 photos of different plants and trees at the Sugarbrush Park in Waterloo, Ontario. I think once I go through all of them to find out which ones to pick for upload (for commercial use and not editorial), I think I'll have something like 270. Problem is, the photos I have consists of so many plants I can't really describe what they are. That's a problem, as commercial photos still need consistent descriptions and keywords for search engine optimization and so on. What is it I need to identify the types of plants I have to write down in my description and keywords? This is an example I have (and yes, there seems to be some areas of overexposure / underexposure I'll need to adjust using programs like paint.net). It's a bunch of trees that obscure the view of the sky above. There are so many species of trees aside from maple that I can't quite tell which is which. What kinds of trees do I need to mention in my description when I upload an edited version of this onto Shutterstock as a commercial photo? If you folks need to see the full resolution picture because this forum post picture is too small, please send me a message and I'll send it to you.
  2. Amsterdam in late February. Canal and street looking down and showing several boats and a tour boat
  3. From the album: My Landscapes

    A community park

    © CR Photography

  4. First light over Sharpsand River, NW of Sault St Marie
  5. Digital art of the streets at South Beach Miami
  6. An incredible Moorland view looking East towards Danby, from above the Kilns.

    © darren binney

  7. Look at the best wallpaper of nature with snail in the trees : https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/snail-747689590 sorry ,, I am new in this website and i want to understand all things about it ^^ BABANOU
  8. Luke____s

    P6091689

    Bridge stretching across an empty sky.
  9. Perspective shot of tall trees in Sa'dabad Complex park, Teheran, Iran
  10. Momofkandg

    Bird days

    I went outside in my backyard and heard the bird singing. I decided to get my camera out and practice. I have been absent for about a month, practicing and hoping to get more feedback. Thanks
  11. Rob Newman

    Bike in woods

    From the album: Small selection of my pics

    Taken at the downhill championships in Scotland.

    © Rob Newman

  12. Huma Rasheed

    creep

    Hello everyone. I'm new here and new to photography too. Could you please give honest opinions of whether this image would sell? And what would be the most suitable keywords for this sort of image?

    © Huma Rasheed 2016

  13. Rejected for focus and poor lighting. Nikon D3300 + 18-105 mm: ISO 200, 1/400 s, f/9, 52 mm. What can I do better next time? Thank you in advance.

    © Kornel Mizdalski

  14. A once in a life time shot snowshoeing in Grouse Mountain, Vancouver
  15. Gary Reinwald

    Aspens

    I feel good about this image....which is probably the kiss of death. Also, it's not like someone hasn't taken a picture of a tree a million times before. I welcome any critiques. Thanks.
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