I am new to Dreamstime and this I have not completely set, for that I apologize because for now this blog is a bit poor:)
Thank you for visiting, and we greatly appreciate some advice from experienced users on Dreamstime.
Yes, keep uploading, but be selective. I learned the hard way and went crazy the first few months I was a member. That really hurt my acceptance ratio (I uploaded dozens of photos, but I can count on my fingers how many got accepted). Now, my monthly acceptance ratio is much higher, but I am still recovering. My advice is to upload cautiously to see what DT does and doesn't accept. Now I can almost always look at a picture and say whether it will get accepted (though I do take chances sometimes, still).
There are also some great pics that will be refused because they are not unique enough. Search photos on DT before uploading. Try to get a new perspective or concept in your photo.
Welcome to DT Elis, for you to learn what microstock is all about & specially DT... I advise you to take care of choosing the title, keywords & description. Read some blogs & message boards about issues of your concern. To see what sells more & what is microstock oriented, take a look at some portfolios of high ranked photographers... Play the game on your free time it's pretty fun & addictive :) Also explore the site with the latest downloads, additions & assignments. Best of luck! Cheers ;)
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