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  1. Hi, guys Time from to time Shutterstcok rejects some of vector portraits of some celebrities. So, here the question: Which celebrities can be illustrated and uploaded to Shutterstock and which not?
  2. Hello All. Can anyone help me understand if I can sell photos of Celebrities on Shutterstock. I have a few photos were someone famous has kindly posed for a photo for me, but I have not asked them to sign a model release form. Can I sell them here ?
  3. If the people in my editorial images or footage are not celebrities is it still important to include their names?
  4. Hi everyone, I am new to shutterstock. So I need some help or suggestion. Lately I was trying to submit some picture where some recognizable human figures visible. If it is not a portrait of a professional model or candid picture of an unknown person or tribal people, how can one submit "Model Release"? I wan to know what others do....Could anyone please help me on this. Shaheen
  5. Bird's eye view, worm's eye view, ultra wideangle.. Love to see them!
  6. I generally photographed not so long ago and was always afraid to work with models. This is because, the model needs to be relaxed, so that she would be comfortable with you and she followed your instructions. In this case, emotions will be sincere, and she herself will give ideas for good photos. I want to share with you my experience and options for processing such photos. Автор: AlexRudenko I had some questions. On how many it is effective to use constantly one model. I do not think it's problematic to change the images. Thanks to this, you can also change the style of the photo, if your photoapart with technical and cancer tests allows it. Автор: AlexRudenko Also interested in the processing of portraits and photos of mica. How to handle photo processing? Or is it still better to leave a live sub-correcting the light and shadow? Автор: AlexRudenko I'm waiting for advice from real professionals. For me, the main thing is to work constantly and not to let the camera go, try to constantly improve your skills and strive for excellence. All the successes and good photos!
  7. Hello Everyone sorry if I'm posting in wrong section as I'm new here i don't know where to post, my question is if i take photos of everyday people i need release for those pictures for example i go to market and ask shop keeper if i can take his photo in shop and tell them that i'll sell your photo on shutterstock and he agrees do i still need release from him ? thank you
  8. From the album: Aris Abdullah

    I tried to submit the image but was rejected claiming it was either underexposed or overexposed. The exposure of the image attached here has been slightly adjusted. Could someone analyse whether the exposure of the image is acceptable? Thanks so much for your assistance.
  9. Hello All, Can anyone help me why my all model release images are also rejected by the below reason. Unacceptable Editorial Caption : Caption is either missing factual who, what, when and where information, is too vague, contains inaccuracies or is not relevant to the subject matter. Illustrative Editorial Keyword Requirement -- The keywords "illustrative" and "editorial" or the keyword phrase "illustrative editorial" must be used for this image. Regards, Sheetal
  10. I have seen many approved images that are with group of people, with recognisable faces, identity. I wonder how come you get content release approval signed off from so many unknown people. Can some one please throw some light?
  11. From the album: Aris Abdullah

    Please critique the portrait images of the local Kashmiri man
  12. From the album: Aris Abdullah

    Please critique the portrait images of the local Kashmiri men
  13. Hi, this is ine of my past illustration thanks for your comment!
  14. What do you all think about this one? To me it represents recreation, solitude, and possibly tourism. Thank you for your looking and sharing your thoughts!

    © © Xavier Ascanio

  15. I love the genre of street photography. So this photo was taken when I mingled around Jonker Street in Malacca, Malaysia. Do give any critic or comment Actually, this picture can't be approved by shutterstock since i don't attach the model release. I have some problems on filling the model release since this photo was taken for about 4 years ago and I don't have any details about the model. You guys have any suggestion for this? Please help. Thanks in advance! https://www.shutterstock.com/g/Lensakopak

    © Lensakopak

  16. Last year, a 5 year old boy was bitten in the face while trying to pet a wild sea lion in La Jolla (San Diego, California): http://www.fox5dc.com/news/1680080-story So I was surprised on my recent visit to see that no warning signs had been posted and that people were actually approaching the lions with little concern. My question is, is this a "sea lion problem": https://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&rlz=1C1GGGE___US555US555&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=sea%20lion%20problem%20in%20san%20diego Or a "people problem"? Here are some of my editorial photos: http://www.shutterstock.com/pic-458239222/stock-photo-san-diego-california-usa-july-an-unidentified-woman-approaches-dangerously-close-to-a.html?src=E7XbvI8rrRYIrWzOCa_M_Q-1-8
  17. When submitting a photo like this, showing city/townscapes, do all identifiable markings on the buildings need to be removed? Thank you
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