Most people like their images rejected.


posted on 25th of august, 2010

Yeah, right... and I'm the president. (whispering in excitement to my wife: Sweetie, come here. Quick, quick... Look! The president 's reading my blog!!)

Hmm. Let's try it again. Favorite starting line of an email...? "Our agency applies a pre-established set..." Aaah, no!

Okie, then. Third time 's the charm... So, you woke up today and thought to yourself: What a glorious morning! Shall I [link=http://www.dreamstime.com/refused.php]>> CLICK HERE

Comments (47)

Posted by Alisonun on November 21, 2012
Thanks for this informative blog and all the suggestions and as a newbie of only 8 months I will certainly be working harder to avoid rejections . I am very grateful to DT for helping me improve my photography beyond my wildest dreams-thank you. I find DT the best site for submitting to -it runs rings around the other top sites . No one is perfect and all reviewers are human so we all need to understad each other's view points.
Posted by Mlhead on May 18, 2011
When I first started it was easy to get my pictures in but now...I don't think I've had one accepted in a month. Discouraging.
Posted by Petarneychev on December 22, 2010
Maurie, contact support by email if you'd like to receive more information. Rejection related comments will be deleted without notice. Sorry, that's the procedure and everyone needs to follow it (for both side's benefit).



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