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Danielv

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About Danielv

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Alamy

  • Alamy URL
    http://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={C2E49BD1-389C-40C6-9561-634DA7A1CDB4}&name=Daniel+Valla
  • Images
    10283
  • Joined Alamy
    27 Jan 2008
  1. Still don't understand what is their criteria for accepting an image. It is not quality as I have uploaded some beautiful landscapes taken with iphone 4s which were rejected and some arty but lower res pictures using hipstamatic on iphone 3gs which were accepted, I have now 14 pics accepted out of over 20 submitted. I don't know what to upload...
  2. Same here, sold 4 images yesterday total gross $25.08 of which I will only get 30%!!! Less and less revenue!
  3. Same here, sold 4 images for India totalling gross $25.08 of which I'll get 30% !!! Less and less revenue!
  4. I have joined Stockimo 2 days ago and uploaded immediately some of my iphone images. 10 were accepted with scores from 2.3 to 3.7 with the majority at 2.7, 8 were rejected (it means they did not score minimum 2, and 7 are still pending. What I do not understand is that most of the images accepted were taken with an iphone 3gs and using hipstamatic or even some borders apps, whereas some images taken with my iphone 4s with good composition, sharpness and correctly titled and keyworded were rejected, i wonder why and I beleive the selection is not made on the sharpness criteria or "quality" so what makes an image pass or fail? Also I cannot find my stockimo images accepted by contributor (as on Alamy) but the only way to find them on Alamy is to search for the word "stockimo" and a keyword I know I used on an image ( for example "stockimo venice". I do not understand how buyers will search and find the images??
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