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  1. Are you finding that it is harder to edit drone images than the photos from the DSLR? After few years of self improvement, I have published a Udemy course about editing Aerial Drone Images in Lightroom Classic. You can check it out if you are interested: Drone Photo Editing in Lightroom It would be great to hear some feedback from the fellow contributors.
  2. When submitting footage, the hardest part seems to be keywording and metadata entry. Does anyone have a good workflow for simplifying and making this process less painful? Keyword generators (for ideas, not for copy & paste), metadata apps, file organization, etc? Currently I'm just kind of making it up/thinking it up as I go and not surprisingly, it's not very efficient at ALL.
  3. Hey guys ! I've been here for more than a year and I still struggling with slow workflow, I have nearly 700 images uploaded and I have more than 2000 images and videos waiting and the number is grooving, I work nearly everyday on my photos for several hours, before I used just Photoshop but this month I'm using Xpiks for keywording, it helps but not a really big impact. How many pic do you guys upload in a month? how can i fasten my workflow ?
  4. Hello, At this moment we have the possibility to copy the tag section , description and the all the other sections separately. My proposal is to have 2 more buttons for copy/paste the entire image settings. I believe this will increase the workflow speed best regards, Bogdan
  5. One of the stock footage student needed some help with workflow so I decided to create a video tutorial from editing to upload and everything in between. Full tutorial you will need to enroll for free. Would be curious to hear about others workflow
  6. After a break for some time from uploading I've just rejoined the fray, and downloaded the new Shutterstock App, which I think is really great. However what I'd really love to see, either on the site or on the app, is a place whereI can view the last 100 or 200 downloads. That would provide a wealth of useful information as to what to concentrate on for the next batch of uploads. It struck me that I'd like to know which of my image trends are currently proving popular. Right now it is very tedious checking and collating statistics as I can only see a single day at a time (unless I can be advised differently). So, you may ask, what sort of statistics do I like to compare? Well for example, which are more popular: Landscapes or people images Objects or People images Male or female subjects People in environment or in the studio Models looking at camera or away... Ultra tight framing or space for text...the list goes on. I'm sure the results of such comparisons will be different for every contributor, based on the shooting style. But knowing if a specific style of image is proving a winner is incredibly useful. It takes time to clean up and keyword an image. I'd rather spend my time working on images where there is already proven demand. Hope I'm not trying to teach anyone to suck eggs, but would be interested in others thoughts on this.
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