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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. A generic backstreet within central Amsterdam. Highlighting the bikes and leading lines of the space
  3. Hi I need advice please I had a text from a person this week saying that he is retired and has downloaded one of my tiger images from shutterstock in their royalty free license scheme. He has painted it and has sent me a copy of the painting which is stunning. The reason he has contacted me is because he wants to enter the painting for possible sale in a gallery, there is a selection so no guarantee it will get in, but in case it does he needs permission from the copywrite owner that's me, because it can be said he has made a 'derivative work' and he wants to make sure he isn't doing anything illegal etc. He also send me an email with the following conservation. ''Because it is not a commission, but an example of my technical work, I want to try and enter it for an exhibition to be held by the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours in early 2019. Entries for this close in early January and they are accepting entry submissions from outside their membership, to be exhibited alongside the work of their members. I expect the competition for acceptance to be quite high, and there is no guarantee I will make it through, but if I do, the painting must be available for sale. However, the entry conditions require I can only apply if I have the freedom to sell. As the photo was a download from Shutterstock, I have enquired with them and I have their written permission of freedom regarding royalty as this is a painting and not the use of the original photo. That leaves the question of Copyrite and for that I need to have your permission/agreement, in case someone, at some stage, deems this to be a derivative work from your photo. Precedents exist that 10% change is enough to substantiate sufficient difference; however, I don’t want to resort to arguments, or subterfuge, should the question ever come up. I would rather be open, honest and clear from the outset and be sure there is a clear understanding between us that you are OK for the painting to be sold. After you have looked at my painting, I hope we can schedule a call to discuss, and I sincerely hope we can find agreement. Please let me know when it would be convenient to call you.'' I really need advice on how to proceed or does it sound like a scam? Should he pay me a commission? If so would that be up front before the painting is sold or not at all? if so how much? Thank you all for your help. kind regards Denise Coyle
  4. Hi, I've submitted a couple of images taken in portrait orientation for review. It's my first set of reviews so I'm not very sure if this is normal behaviour or not, but when I click on the "Large Preview" option, I'm taken to another webpage which shows my images rotated clockwise by 90 degrees into the landscape orientation. If this isn't normal for portraits, how do I fix it? I've seen several portrait images on Shutterstock, so I know it accepts portraits.
  5. 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
  6. I just tried uploading some 4k vertical footage (shot in portrait) and it was rejected due to aspect ratio being below the minimum. I've uploaded only one or 2 of these types of clips previously, but never had any problems. Is this a new policy? Please advise and confirm if it is. Thanks. Edit: On P5, they have asked to submit it rotated, so I will try that here, should get around the aspect minimum problem.
  7. From the album: bagan mandalay

    Young Buddhist novice are reading with sun light from outside to inside pagoda of old bagan

    © ruksutakarn

  8. From the album: Aris Abdullah

    Kindly comment on the techniques (composition/lighting etc)and sharpness of the street photography image girls
  9. From the album: Aris Abdullah

    Kindly comment on the techniques (composition/lighting etc)and sharpness of the street photography image
  10. From the album: Aris Abdullah

    Kindly comment on the techniques (composition/lighting etc)and sharpness of the street photography image
  11. From the album: Aris Abdullah

    Kindly comment on the techniques (composition/lighting etc)and sharpness of the street photography image
  12. From the album: Aris Abdullah

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

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

    Please critique the portrait image of a Kashmiri man
  15. From the album: Aris Abdullah

    Please critique the portrait images of the local Kashmiri men
  16. Hello, I'm love photograph my self (Self portrait), I really interested to sell it in shutterstock. How do I submit model release form for self portrait? I'm pohotographer and at the same time I'm a model.
  17. From the album: bagan mandalay

    Two Buddhist novice at Shwe Nan Daw Monastery, mandalay, myanmar

    © ruksutakarn

  18. Shane St Louis

    Turtle

    A friendly little turtle getting his photo taken for being an awesome lil guy!

    © Shane St. Louis

  19. Nicola Zeni

    lucrezia 1

    From the album: Portraits

    Concentrating on her future

    © Nicola Zeni

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