Same image uploaded on multiple sites


posted on 23rd of august, 2007

What is your experience with images that are rejected on one site but accepted on another?
Do you try to fix the "issue" that got it rejected and re-submit, or you just move on?

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Posted by Thefinalmiracle on August 23, 2007
I have seen many times that an agency that stands at no.4 position rejects an image which is accepted by an agency at no.1 position which normally rejects pictures more often. I think its more to do with their clients and the editors personal insight about the image. Fixing the image surely helps submitting the image to the same agency again where it got rejected.



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Wildlife in your backyard


posted on 30th of august, 2007

You know you live in the right neighborhood/town/country when you pull the curtains in the morning, and you see a little rabbit in the backyard, nonchalantly taking his/her breakfast on the patch of clover that invaded a corner of your lawn.
I managed to overcome my urge to run for the camera (low light, the previous batch of “rabbit in my backyard” still on my computer instead of DT, camera in the basement, etc.) and just sat there watching for a few seconds.
Do you have stories of wild life from your backyard into your portfolio?


P.S. Obviously, the one in the image is some ancestor of the one seen this morning.

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