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  1. I have some earnings from my sold photos, I would like to buy other people's photos with the money from my sold photos. Does anyone know how to do it? Thank You!!!
  2. Hello dear, Hope all are well, what you are experiencing with your content now a days? Do you working with trend which buyer seeking for? Or as you like? Thank you.
  3. Hi guys, I am a contributor here. I want to buy some pictures for my personal website. Is it possible for me to buy upto 4 or 5 pictures from this site without buying a monthly/yearly subscription? If so, how do I go about it?
  4. Hello, Please tell me who is buying photos on the stock? Thank you!
  5. Hi. Could anyone tell me. Is it possible to contact person that load my image? if possible how to contact them?thank you :) 😊
  6. I find this technology fascinating: https://www.digitaltrends.com/photography/shutterstock-showcase-new-ai-search-tools/ For all of the talk on this forum about sales levels, the cutting edge is way ahead of the debate. AI that can give search results based on where copy space is within the image, for example. Looking at things from the buyers' perspective has always been a recommendation, but the search tools are now perhaps taking that to another level.
  7. This person https://www.shutterstock.com/image-vector/bright-food-card-donuts-pink-glaze-704282905 Traced their vector from this person's photo https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/various-decorated-doughnuts-motion-falling-on-617134883 and it was accepted. A buyer noticed, and posted a question on the microstock forum. They wanted to know if they would get in trouble if they bought and used the vector. Bad public relations, Shutterstock.
  8. Hi Guys, Just thought id share my momentous occasion. After years of contributing ive bought my first ever stock image!! Had no buyers account, bought it though a 3rd party as part of a web design system and the image cost me $2.75 I feel good giving back after about 10 years. If you are a seller usually, how many stock images do you buy? if any? http://www.simonbrattphotography.com Latest Blog- The Reluctant Poser
  9. Hi contributors...there is a group on Facebook (name: STOCK VIDEO PROMOTION) has been created to promote stock videography. It is a "hub" between sellers and buyers. You can share and make known your creations. Feel free also to leave your comments, invite other videographers and share your knowledge. As well as advertising and web agencies, movie studios, publishers, can take a look at the creative works that are published and, why not, directly interact with the videographer. https://www.facebook.com/groups/1634887400112299 Good luck
  10. Friends, Can i know who downloaded my images and what purpose,location etc? I read somewhere it's not possible. ST does not revel the information of buyers. Thanks
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