I just decided to use this blog. Have just uploaded some photos, and they are still pending. Excited to see how well my images will sell. But that is not all. I have allready learned many things about selling photos, and got some new ideas about how I can create new things for sale. It is very useful to be part of a professional environment as this. My motivation for drawing and making things digitally has increased.
Today I found some useful articles about keywording on the blog
Welcome to DT. One bit of advice from a relative newcomer is try to keep a high acceptance ratio.... once its down its really hard to recover it. I was desperate to get images accepted at first and didn't worry until I found myself with a ratio of 30% which limits the number you can submit down sometimes to three per day. Clawing your way back when you realise the quality required is very tough and after a year I'm just below 60%. David.
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