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  1. From the album: Give me qritique

    Give me qritique. And i wil work hard again, again and again. This link my stock https://www.shutterstock.com/image-vector/red-energy-logo-shape-3d-vector-1038185638?src=5p2WisaocjZXlmQNNWOE2Q-2-44
  2. A shot of a power station across the water in the early evening.
  3. I haven't sold any images yet. This is one that I like. How can I improve to get some sales? Thank you! Megan

    © Megan Frost Photography

  4. Hi, I do not understand why this photo got this response: "Unacceptable Content Type -- We cannot accept this image into our commercial or editorial collection, or we are no longer accepting this type of content." Can anyone please assist me please?
  5. Danny D

    Silly Signage

    Re-submitting as a portrait view. RAW file, only resized and rotated.
  6. Danny D

    Silly Signage

    Multi distance sign with cities from around the world on a local trail here in Canton, Ga.
  7. This image got Overuse Rejection: "Overuse--Image has excessive noise reduction and/or excessive sharpening effects applied". This is composite image. It contains a background image, which has been already approved by Shutterstock (I just flipped it horizontal) and a image of wood plate created by using a wood plank texture and PS layer styles. I can't find out which part of the image seems to have overuse in sharpening or noise reduction - background or the wood plate? May be the blurring the plate is not enough or overall the high dept of the field seems to be unnatural? I uploaded 100% crops of the background and foreground. I would be grateful if you could let me know.

    © Borphy

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