posted on 17th of april, 2009

On many stock sites you can read, that "we don't need your pet, we belive it's cute and funny, but thank you..." So, I've never tried to upload a photo from my tortoise or my grandma's cat, until yesterday. I decided to try a postcard-like photo of my grandma's fat, lazy, orange cat - I tought it should be useful for a veterinary or for illustration. And, wow, it's accepted for today!

I don't want to 'sold out' our cat, and I promise I won't upload hundreds of photos about her, but anyway, I'm so happy about it. :)

Comments (10)

Comment by Aginger on April 18, 2009

It's a long learning, to figure out what is acceptable and what is not sale able...and I'm on the beginning. :) Your comments are really important to me, because a photo from a beloved pet (or child etc.) means more to the photographer than others and buyers, so hard to be objective during uploading. Thank you for your comments and your opinions!

Comment by Aughty on April 17, 2009

The secret is be creative! Nice capture.

Comment by Fultonsphoto on April 17, 2009

Its a nice pic, like the contrast with the flowers.

Comment by Oxbeast1210 on April 17, 2009

A good pic is a good pic and i figure if they thank it will sell they will approve i like the pic

Comment by Tracy0703 on April 17, 2009

Nice shots. Like your "Happy Bird" also.

Comment by Creativei on April 17, 2009

If the photo is good, whatever it is if the admins think it is sale able they will accept it, else you will get rejected. Its hard to understand the theory what they want and what they don't want. As I always say move on, upload better ones. Oh sorry I like you cat image,

Comment by Driveyourkitty on April 17, 2009

In my opinion common rules dont apply to good photos....so the idea is even our pet photos are ok as long as they are good :))
Yours is good...
best of luck

Comment by Dmccale on April 17, 2009

sweet!! I also have a few of my dogs and they do sell


Comment by Keki on April 17, 2009

very cute cat!!! well done heehee

Comment by Sil63 on April 17, 2009

Cute cat! I had a few pets images accepted too and even had a few downloads. Good luck with your kitty!

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