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Dear Shutterstock contributors, I am kind of new to Shutterstock. I have only 10 successful uploads to it. However, for the first time a photo of mine got rejected 8 times because of the title. I tried many different things, all spelled correctly (im not the best in english but I do my best when I upload, I even check the spelling in google), and nothing worked so far. Can someone give me an advice. I would appreciate it greatly! Thanks in advance. Stamen
Really basic question but uploaded a test image yesterday and got a "Title rejection." I am probably an idiot but how does one edit the title? I can add a Description in the submit window, where I can also add tags and such, but I don't even see a field called "Title." Is this the Image name, perhaps? Is there an icon I'm missing to click and have this appear? The image name, IMG_1468.JPG, isn't descriptive. Do I need to turn THAT into "Dog on the table wolfing down a box of cookies"??! Really baffled. Also surprised that I'd even have to ask this -- seems like the RIGHT way to do this would be to shoot the image back to the "Submit" with a big red "Edit THIS and try again" message. Thank you for any help.
Hi, I am a SS newbie, I have had my first vector submission accepted but my second submission was rejected due to title. It is an illustration of a chicken laying an egg inside a larger egg. The title I submitted was . . ."Chicken or egg, which comes first? Concept vector illustration of causality dilemma picturing a chicken laying an egg inside a larger egg". Would the problem be that I called it a causality dilemma, (being that is an abstract concept) or perhaps the phrase "chicken or egg, which comes first?" - Or would it be better to just call it "Concept vector illustration of a chicken laying an egg inside a larger egg"? Any help appreciated as I learn how to title my illustrations correctly. Thanks, Celia