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Stockimo is supposed to be ONLY for images taken with a phone though I certainly have seen images that are obviously "cheating".

 

Paulette

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Stockimo is supposed to be ONLY for images taken with a phone though I certainly have seen images that are obviously "cheating".

 

Paulette

 

 

I can't say that I have noticed any "cheating", but it would be trivially easy to do it, so I guess some people must have done it.  I'm no genius, so if I can think of a way to do it, I'm sure others can.

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Stockimo is supposed to be ONLY for images taken with a phone though I certainly have seen images that are obviously "cheating".

 

Paulette

 

 

I can't say that I have noticed any "cheating", but it would be trivially easy to do it, so I guess some people must have done it.  I'm no genius, so if I can think of a way to do it, I'm sure others can.

 

 

 

Several times, I've received email asking photographers to remove non-phone images,  before they remove the images for them. I wouldn't be surprised if they now check metadata.

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Stockimo is supposed to be ONLY for images taken with a phone though I certainly have seen images that are obviously "cheating".

 

Paulette

 

I can't say that I have noticed any "cheating", but it would be trivially easy to do it, so I guess some people must have done it. I'm no genius, so if I can think of a way to do it, I'm sure others can.

 

Several times, I've received email asking photographers to remove non-phone images, before they remove the images for them. I wouldn't be surprised if they now check metadata.

Taking a photo from a camera and uploading it by phone is one way of trying to 'cheat' Stockimo. But there's a foolproof way.

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Thank you for raising this topic, I have some Kodachrome 64 slides recently scanned and I was wondering about the quality control, as I've had to remove some dust. 

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You're welcome, but bear in mind that my slides are purposefully grainy, using expired or cross-processed film.

 

And by the way I love the Lighthouse image.

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