I don't understand....

posted on 23rd of october, 2008

Before leaving for my holiday in Norway, I bought a Canon EOS 400D and I thought all the photos that I upload on DT.
I did 875 pictures, but when I started to upload them, someone has been refused with this cause: "We have reviewed your file and this is not quite what we're looking for".

But the "idea" of the photo is not personal?

I'd love to have some suggestions to improve my photos and increase my upload. Thank you.

Here are two of my latest shots:

Comments (4)

Posted by Bradcalkins on October 24, 2008
Yes, with a 400D you should be aiming to make full use of the 10MP sensor.
Posted by Amyemilia on October 24, 2008
I agree - that refusal tagline is the most confusing of all. I get it quite a bit too... unfortunately. One of these days my approval percentage will get above 40%! :) But I keep trying and look forward to the day when I will be sure that a photo submitted to Dreamstime will actually be accepted. For me at least I have not quite figured it out.
Posted by Marpit on October 24, 2008
Thank you very much, so I try to imporve my shosts for the future.
Posted by Agripina on October 23, 2008
I have received same replaies for rejected images even I witnessed similar ones online on DT. But this will make us more precise I guess in order to select more attractive images for the next uploads. Good luck!!!

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