Paulstw Posted February 26, 2014 Share Posted February 26, 2014 I appreciate that Stockimo is a new venture for everyone. However, coming from a very strict QC and an almost zero tolerance of over edited images, Stockimo has swept the rug from under our feet a wee bit with the 'creative' aspect of out pictures and what you regard as 'creative' I think I've had 4 images accepted out of 17 uploads. Naturally like anything you try your best to be better than your failures however, based on the type of editing that is in the library and also trying to keep to the stock theme, I was sure these images would have made it in no bother. In fact I was quite chuffed with them. To my utter surprise all 4 were failed one after another, and I just wonder. What criteria are Alamy keeping to with regards to Stockimo? If it's a place for creativity, I'm scratching my head at why there's so many failures. I labelled and keyworded them accordingly and also answered the questions based on the content. A picture I took of a sunrise this morning was accepted no bother. No thought went into that picture at all, where real thought was put into these to get them right. I don't really want to give up before I've even started but it's starting to seem that it's more difficult to get stuff accepted on Stockimo than it is on the normal stock route. I think there needs to be clear guidelines to save a lot of folk from frustration. Paul Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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