Rejected? No problem!

posted on 11th of february, 2010

You have been rejected?

Ha ha, me too.

So what? My acceptance ratio is 56.9%. And I have no problem with that.

I improve myself all the time, and I am still working, and uploading more and better pictures, but... Don't forget about your rejected files. Take them and rework them. After that upload them again. They will be accepted at the end. I am doing like that. They will find what they need, and they will buy. BELIEVE ME. When I start to upload here, I was very messed up. My rejections were total. Now, my files are much better. But you have to improve your work. All the time. This is very important.

This article is for illustrators especially. I don't know how you can improve one photo, but if you have been rejected and you did it, you must be really good. This is what I think. I am not a photographer. I am still trying to learn photography. With illustrations I can manage.

Hope that helps. I wish you all luck.

See ya!

Comments (5)

Posted by Mariaam on February 20, 2010
Posted by Robertosch on February 20, 2010
Ya, wright. Read all my blog, and you will understand. Bye the other hand, I have more than 700 files online, being here for less than 7 months. Capisce? What about you?

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Posted by Mariaam on February 20, 2010
You wrote: "So what? My acceptance ratio is 56.9%. And I have no problem with that. " - Really??????? If an image get accepted the acceptance ratio grows just a little bit, BUT if an image get rejected you loose more points!!! - Seriously, I have a problem with that, because it´s unfair, isn´t it!? :-(
Posted by Robertosch on February 11, 2010
Thank you. Nice pictures you have. I like your girls.
Posted by Linqong on February 11, 2010
A useful blog!

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