Take a break


posted on 28th of june, 2013

117 uploads this month, as well as many refused ones. That was really tired cauz my energe was wasted a lot during day time by my full time job:( When can I be really fully exclusively to DT without going to work early in the morning?! :)
But I am so glad to see those photos are online now! Waiting views and downloads.
I need to take a rest next month and pick photos from my hard disk slowly. And shooting more.
So nice to be here and thanks for the old members' warm welcome! I will be with you in the rest of my life.
DT takes us to the beautiful world
Like a caterpillar moving slowly

Comments (10)

Posted by Egomezta on July 02, 2013
YOu're doing great, congratulations.
Posted by Lenutaidi on June 30, 2013
Great work!Congratulations and good luck!
Posted by Cammeraydave on June 29, 2013
A great start and good luck !
Posted by Jdanne on June 29, 2013
Wish you much success!
Posted by Inyrdreams on June 29, 2013
a good accomplishment! that is a lot of accepted images for a month, so good job! I like both our images, but especially the Caterpillar in its own word.
Posted by BCritchley on June 29, 2013
Congratulations and keep up the good work :)
Posted by Tanggg8888 on June 29, 2013
thanks a lot for your advice! I have something in mind now and will explore more:)

Thank you Susan, I enjoyed your portfolio too! And hope I would get my photo accepted in the assignment too
Posted by Tanggg8888 on June 29, 2013
Congrats on getting the 117 uploads! I love both of these photos in your blog, so beautiful! I wish you the best with your uploads and future sales.

thanks a lot for your advice! I have something in mind now and will explore more:)
Posted by Suyerry on June 28, 2013
Congrats on getting the 117 uploads! I love both of these photos in your blog, so beautiful! I wish you the best with your uploads and future sales.
Posted by Guynamedjames on June 28, 2013
great photos in your collection. As some advice, one of the biggest mistakes in stock photography is to go back through your hard drive and pick all your images, without doing some real research on microstock images that are selling. Sometimes its unpredictable... but save your time and energy by putting yourself in the buyers shoes for a moment. What could your photo be used for? does it have a clear purpose, and does it pop out when viewed as a thumbnail?

These are mistakes that every beginning stock photographer will make (very much including myself) but be careful on how much time you spend on uploading your back catalog - and focus on microstock trends when you are out shooting new material.



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