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SS will take what they think are saleable - if most of your images were of the same subject, but from different angles this could be why they only accepted one - as they don't like batches of similar images.

Also depends on the reviewer who looks at your images, as that can also be a bit hit and miss - maybe just trying uploading a few at a time to see if that helps.

Good Luck

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1 hour ago, ZickZak said:

Hello,

How exactly does it work? I've uploaded 357 photos, most of them taken on Samsung S10e. Some edited, but most raw. 356 out of 357 got declined and they look quite good imo.

 

Smartphone photos are rarely good enough at 100% magnification, even if they look good for you.

One or two could pass in a mixed batch with other photos but 356, that is a very brave attempt.

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5 hours ago, ZickZak said:

Hello,

How exactly does it work? I've uploaded 357 photos, most of them taken on Samsung S10e. Some edited, but most raw. 356 out of 357 got declined and they look quite good imo.

 

Post a couple full size samples, it is hard to judge without seeing the photos.

But Whiteaster is right, smartphones really aren't suitable for stock photography. You might get a few good shots, but really the sensors are too small, and the lenses not very good.

Smartphones might take vacation photos you are happy with, but for serious photography, they aren't really much good.

 

 

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