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  1. beautiful male calicnemia eximia selys.
  2. Hello All, I cannot find any technical guidelines for submitting images with a transparent background. I have uploaded images with clippings paths before however I see many people have transparent images that have the checkered background to show the transparency. So my question is what format will shutterstock accept for images with transparent backgrounds? Also, do I generate my own faked thumbnail with the checked background? thanks!
  3. Hi I'm wondering about file formats having to be either JPEG or EPS. I am able to convert PNGs to EPS, but will the file have the same vector qualities as a work that was actually made in illustrator or similar? And why doesn't shutterstock accept PNGs whose resolution is really high, in addition to vectors/eps? Surely a png file that retains the same quality even if it's enlarged to the full size of a wall is good enough even if it's not vector, or perhaps I am missing something obvious?
  4. Hi! Anyone know how to get around this issue?: I created a fake glow effect using a circular gradient. The outer stop is 0% opacity but when I try to upload I get a raster fx error message. Not sure why a gradient is being flagged as a raster effect.
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