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  1. What category would you put crafting images (no people) like knitting and the like? I've been putting them in arts, fashion, and occasionally technology (if the image shows something technical) but I don't know if that's the best. Do the categories really matter?
  2. Hello All, I am not sure if it is important but you should check your port that Category 1 gone from my earlier images.I am try update titles and tags my time is quite! And i saw many my images not has a category 1 just have Category 2.Does it have an effect on sales and where showing my old images,i do not know.Did anyone notice this? I am sorry if someone write about this subject before that i miss. Thanks.
  3. With the increasing popularity of drones, I think the category Aerial would be useful to contributors. What do others think of this?
  4. Hi all. I'm a new contributor, and would like to know if it is possible to resubmit a rejected image, with no changes, as an "editorial" category image without reloading (and thus losing all the keywords, description, etc? Thanks in advance.
  5. Hi guys, I'm relatively new and this question has been on my mind for some time now and I found no clear answer on the blog or here, so I finally gathered the courage to ask: what category do you use for conceptual images? What I mean is, let's say the image below, apart from obvious objects visible it is supposed to symbolize problems with drugs or diet pills, etc. One category would be "Food and drink". What else? How do you deal with that? You think a separate category would be a good idea? Thanks in advance for no backlash.
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