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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. Bonjour à tous. Quelqu'un peut-il me dire avec quel logiciel vous créez votre time-lapse sur ordinateur? Et vous savez que le logiciel libre ne nuit pas à la qualité d'image finale. Merci d'avance pour vos réponses.
  3. How does anyone literally manage to submit Thousands of images daily? One photoshoot of close to a hundred (just a hundred) nearly took me all day - to shoot the photos (which were still super quick in my opinion) - post process, (very minimal at that), and update metadata and captions. Some of the captions I copied and pasted but added a few extra words for unique groups. So, what am I doing wrong?, because it's obviously something! HELP pLEAsE!
  4. Hi all, How long does it usually take for approved footage to actually become searchable? A few of my clips were approved on Saturday, and I still can't find them when I search for them. Thanks guys! E_Rocka
  5. Hi everyone New to SS and trying to learn the ropes. I submitted 10 photos and had 7 accepted. A few questions below that I have searched the forum for but can't pinpoint. - In my approved photos batch, it says "Released: N" - is there a lag between approval and release (by which I assume it means available for downloading). I can't see my photos when I search for them in the SS gallery. - If a photo is rejected for inappropriate category, can you edit this or do you need to delete the photo and resubmit? Thanks! Pep
  6. compared with before, looks like review time for clips is slowing down. i have clips pending from nov 4 while photos are reviewed in few hours
  7. How long does it take to verify an account and what are the details that are verified
  8. Please have a look and leave a comment if possible. I have been trying hard and I think my Time Lapse photography has perhaps improved a little? Sunset Time Lapse
  9. Hello, I am a starting contributor. I am wandering how long my content can stay on Shutterstock. It takes some time to get the right titles and keywords, and the selling doesn't go so fast. Can be all worth it if the content can stay for a while, but if it's only for a year I get a little bit discouraged. All feedback is welcome! Thanks, Anouk Hereby my link https://www.shutterstock.com/nl/g/imagelab.be
  10. From the album: Footage Screenshots

    http://www.shutterstock.com/video/video.html?id=10671515
  11. Report on review time length and rejection percentage because, why not? I don't know if it will go anywhere (kinda think it wont, but who knows?) but I thought it might be a good idea for folks to self report their experiences with time length for their reviews, actual time of reviews, and also results of reviews. Length of time is obvious, actual time could be military or standard time, and for rejections it could be percentage or fractions or just the raw numbers. No need to be super detailed. It could help us image providers by giving a little insight into how the machine is running at any time or over time. Show us patterns perhaps. For the negative Nancies who who want to say its not accurate etc. Please avoid posting in this thread. Its just a casual experiment, it might be a little fun and we might learn something too. That said I'm sure there are tons of better ways of doing this. So if someone has a better way please let me know and then we can start a new thread or just change this one. Here's my latest info Reviews Date 12-07-2016 Weds Evening 7:00 PM ish Amount of images 40 Amount accepted 50% I currently have an upload of 42 images from Sunday evening around 12:00 AM still waiting in the queue.
  12. From the album: Footage Screenshots

    http://www.shutterstock.com/video/video.html?id=9724367
  13. Hi everyone! i have some questions about making clips with timelapse. So i have many of hi-res photos. 1) What resolution would be better? Which one is the most popular? Of course it will be 4k, but which one? 4096x2160 or 3840X2160? 2) FPS. Which one is popular? I can do any fps, shorter and faster clip with 59,94fps, or longer with maybe 23,98fps. Buyer can change fps, for example, 59,94 to 29,97, to slow down a clip without frame lost. But, honestly, is there every buyer can do this right way? 3) CODEC. I havent' mac, so i can't encode with ProRes (or i can but dont know how?). So, which one is good for fast moving objects? (h.264 with 100% quality is a disaster). Can shutterstock recognize an uncompressed YUV 8-bit 4:2:2? If would be great if shuttterstock support can answer for this questions. Contributors, if you can help with some questions or you have statistic for choosing resolution and fps, you are welcome! Sorry for my bad English.
  14. I submitted some video over 2 weeks ago for approval and it is still in the review queue. It is my first time uploading footage so is this normal for reviewers to take so long? Regards,
  15. Hello, All Longtime photographer, first time Shutterstock contributor. I feel its safe to assume that most (not all) of the contributor photographers on here are at a professional level AND have a successful business outside of Shutterstock. I was reading a thread over in Hardware & Software about one of the contributors getting back in the game with a new Canon 5D SR and lens. Mike said the following "Are you saying that you are now or are going to be uploading 51 mp images? Why would you sell a 51 mp image for 38 cents?" That made me think "why do you (we) submit our hard work that takes skill, planning, time, resources and very expensive equipment all for just $.25 or .38 cents a download that sometimes never comes?" Myself I started because I wanted to be one with my camera ?(I know that sounds silly) and have a reason to use my camera everyday. I don't care too much about the couple dollars I've made. Why Do You Do It? I didn't want to hijack a thread. Here is the original: http://forums.submit.shutterstock.com/topic/76489-very-pleased-with-canon-5dsr-and-11-24-for-stock/ Crowded Cafe
  16. If Your Time Is Not Going Well...So Set Your Own Time By This Beautiful Clock :-)
  17. I think I can do better and need to learn to maybe not overcook it in editing but overall I'm pleased with this first attempt. Really pleased with the new camera (Nikon D750) too. http://www.shutterstock.com/video/clip-15214900-stock-footage-helsingborg-sweden-march-scandlines-ferry-travels-on-the-sea-on-march-in.html?src=gallery/vfDk5r3_1bDhR7gpR5PrOg:1:0/3p
  18. From the album: Footage Screenshots

    http://www.shutterstock.com/video/video.html?id=9284768
  19. From the album: Portrait.

    An old lady in Ha Noi, Viet Nam.
  20. Dao Thi Khanh Hoi

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    From the album: Portrait.

    Smile of old lady.
  21. What's your time worth? If the company offers you $30 for an interview that sounds like a reasonability fair offer as the company we're all working with could have asked me some questions for free. I most likely would be glad to answer them for free and not thought anything else about it. What it appears the money was offered for was to see how many times you could be rescheduled before telling them forget it. The fourth time was my number and I think it's reasonable to think I earned the $30 for my trouble to change my busy day 3 times because of their lack of planning.
  22. From the album: Footage Screenshots

    http://www.shutterstock.com/video/video.html?id=9403703
  23. Just submitted some photos and they were reviewed within 5 minutes, wow! Anybody else?
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