How to improve the pictures in the "DT" sales?


posted on 29th of march, 2012

Registered to a few years in DT, but sales of very bad, now the sales are less than $100, would be ashamed! Please DT senior member of, to my photo see, and give advice. Thank you!

Comments (10)

Posted by Rangpl on April 17, 2012
I'd say make that 294 x 10 , UPLOAD, I need the same :)
Posted by Gennaro86 on April 04, 2012
Take a look at your keyword, use ps to give to your photo mpre light and more colour and uploadore pictures... good luck
Posted by Friday123 on April 01, 2012
For example, your photo of chrysanthemum (18510424) need more light and more vivid colors.

Beautiful photos with traditionally dressed people! I like them.
Posted by Peanutroaster on March 29, 2012
Concepts. More uploads.
Posted by Hanbaoluan on March 29, 2012
Confidential info hello! See your photo, and it is great, I like it! Thank you for your sacrifice of their own time, to my photo examine and Suggestions. I'll take your Suggestions seriously, improvement of my photos. Thank you again!
My English is very poor, so key words more arduous, but I'll try.
Posted by Hanbaoluan on March 29, 2012
Thank you "Enrique Gomez" advice and encouragement!
Posted by Jdanne on March 29, 2012
I'm not a senior photographer nor very successful.
But what I can suggest from my limited experience:

1) Please take more care of your keywords.
Example: Your photo: 8248579 with the girl in traditional clothes and the sword.
Missing keywords: tradition, traditional, historical, culture, cultural, lady, human, performance,
sword, person, attraction, weapon, dangerous, exotic, etc.
Please also mention the name of the event, which minority (?), which part of China, and what
is the meaning of this event. Downloading such photos as "editorial" instead of "Royalty free"
can cause more attention and you don't need a model release.

2) For your landscape photos: Please use a polarization filter to make the sky really blue and the
colors more bright.

3) Take part in blogs to make a little bit marketing for your portfolio.
4) Avoid cropping. Without cropping the photos are more useful for buyers.

I specially like your portrait photos! Zaijian....(More)
Posted by Egomezta on March 29, 2012
Hi, you have great images, but until recently you started to upload more images, I have seen that in DT people almost not sell images until you reach more than 100 images. So I guess you will be doing better as you are uploading more and more.
Posted by Hanbaoluan on March 29, 2012
Hello Claudio! Thank you very much for your help and advice guidance. Thank you again!
Posted by Baldas1950 on March 29, 2012
I try to give you some suggestions, not as DT senior member but with my experience of photograper from a long time.
You must try to reduce any additional detail with respect to the main subject. I make a few examples:

Your picture "Snow" (22081995) was uploaded recently but is being sold because the two main parties (the tree and the path) are well highlighted and the "concept of the picture" is clear.
In the image "Drum housing" (7761856) is visible a column, and only a part of the other column. These are elements that disturb. Or are clearly seen both the columns, or both must disappear. In the following image of the same type (7761866) the sky is too white and cover a too large a portion of the photo.
The image "Tree" (7948920) uses brightness and color that make the tree not very evident respect to the background.
In general, the images should be more simple, try to use more zooming to the subject that you are interested you represent.
I do not think that sending more pictures...(More)



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