Similar images refused... good!

posted on 12th of december, 2009

A while ago I had one of two images refused because they were two shots of the same subject with just small change in the angle of the shot. I was dissappointed, even angry! Those two images had been accepted everywhere else... how could that be!

Now, a short time after this, I have a level two image and I just hope it keeps selling. It has to be the fastest level two I´ve ever got (out of the very few I have - I´m still just a newbie to stock photography). So if the other image had been accepted... I wouldn´t have it. Simple as that.
Now I´m glad the second image was refused. I guess we have to trust the editors´ judgement. They are most of the time right (like 99% of the times).

Best regards,

Comments (7)

Posted by Yuritz on December 14, 2009
yes,thought the same...although I haven't a level two images yet! :-)
Posted by Joe1971 on December 14, 2009
Nice photo.
Posted by Frantab01 on December 13, 2009
great blog, will def make us think twice - it's better to have quality than quantity :)
Posted by smartview27 on December 13, 2009
Well Ariel, it's how our clients think
Posted by Rangpl on December 13, 2009
And You think that there is no such -second- similar image in DT database? ;)
Posted by Keki on December 13, 2009
very good point! thanks for sharing :) it's a super image!
Posted by Irisangel on December 12, 2009
You make a very good point, the 2 images would be competing with each other and on this site, it does make a difference with the levels system. Thanks for sharing your insight.

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