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  1. 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
  2. From the album: Lian van den Heever

    Waves crashing over this rock at Maiden's Cove , Cape Town South Africa
  3. From the album: Spain

    © joanna sobon

  4. joanna sobon

    block

    From the album: rainy day

  5. joanna sobon

    kapelusze

    From the album: london

    © joanna sobon

  6. joanna sobon

    hairdresser

    From the album: london

    © joanna sobon

  7. Tammy L. Rahn

    IMG 6181

    From the album: Tammy L. Rahn

    evening sky on riverfront
  8. Reason for rejection: Focus--Subject is blurry, too soft, or out of focus when viewed at full resolution. I want to increase my acceptance rate. I receive too many rejections for OOF. I watched the youtube tutorial provided by Shutterstock to fix that and although the advice has helped, still too many OOF rejections. Camera: Canon Rebel T3i, Aperture F-10, ISO 100, Shutter speed 1/160 Format: RAW I use a simple tripod and a remote shutter release and wait for camera to stabilize before shooting. I manually focus after magnifying in the picture preview. I aim the focus "1/3rd" up the

    © © 2015 Charles Harker

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