@Luissantos Sure, very happy to share! 1) listening to this community you get a good feeling, people are generally happy, there's a lot of positive communication; on the other site that I used to have an account with, all what people did on the forums was complaining about the site, unhappy photographers mostly, quite depressing really 2) being able to interact, discuss directly with people (contributors, designers and administrators), putting a face on people, get to know their style - personal feeling vs impersonal 3) getting clear information regarding your rejections and being able to modify your pictures based on those comments - means that you're learning, progressing, and that's fun. Being constantly rejected and not being able to understand why is frustrating - that's what gets most people to give up I think 4) having the feeling to work as a team with DT, ie being also compensated for our work and commitment with good commissions; I also like the structure of levels for each...(More)
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