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I'm glad that my image is Sold within 24 hours after approvel
Hi everyone, what is the official method to get rid of logos in footage? I know it's been covered before, but I figured maybe there's new tricks. I'm using the free version of Resolve 16, and also have a CC Photographer license. No Premiere, Aftereffects, etc. I was getting bled dry with the full suite so I dropped back. I'm shooting 90% locked off, and the logos are typically on buildings, signs, etc. My current method is to grab a still, export, and do some Photoshop futzing, then using that frame as a mask. Unrelated camera love: I've been a Nikon shooter since the N70 was new and futuristic (don't miss the CR123a batteries at all!) and currently have a D7100 which I know backwards and forwards. I borrowed an X-T3 and kit 18-55 lens from a friend (a very trusting friend!) and I'm just in love with the thing. Video or stills, the camera just gets out of the way and makes a great shot. The only issue is PC based: those H265 all intra files are murder on my computer; there might be a politely used, always generously water cooled i9-7900x on the chopping block soon!
Hi all, I have observed a phenomenon that I think I can assume a type of constant in shutterstock. Every time I upload new content, sales fall and stop. I do not know if it's because the beast is updated again, or why this happens. Nor do I understand how it is possible that you regularly sell pictures and suddenly everything stops and is dead. It looks like a ship in an unpredictable ocean. Since I get 70% / 75% off the sale, I would like to have some sort of security or guidance validity. What less!. Otherwise, it seems we are here to fatten figures only. Has someone happened the same? Thanks for the attention.
Hi, I'm wondering if you guys could help me, I have just joined as a contributer and I have a question about editing or post prior to uploading. I was under the impression that we should upload content that is untouched. i.e. by photoshop or other editing applications. Can anyone help me with this? Thanks in advance guys Paul