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  1. Ok, I am new in the editorial section and never had to upload photos that are newsworthy and needed to be online as quick as possible. Had some images of riots, and thought that they need to be online as soon as possible. So, is there a way for them to be online in quicker way then cca 12 hours that I've experienced with my first editorial submission? The review process is insanely quick these days, but I've found out that my photos were online about 12 hours after the review process. So, can I do something to shorten that time? Thanks.
  2. Here's an interesting quote from the article "Wenders thinks digital photography is now so problem-free and so cheap that a lot of the creativity has gone. "It's so easy for a professional photographer to take hundreds or even thousands of pictures of a particular face or of a scene and of course a few of them will be good and the rest are wiped. It can be an impersonal, industrial process." I think he might have a point there, although you could argue conversely, the instanticity of digital (I just made that word up ?) actually aids the creative process. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-41686678 Our Real Job: http://www.cogentmarketing.co.uk/ Our Other Real Job: https://www.madcowmo...y?referid=18880
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