posted on 23rd of june, 2010

I have uploaded 30 pics, only this one passed,,i need to learn something

Comments (11)

Posted by Egomezta on June 24, 2010
Don't be sad.... Learning is sometimes hard.
Posted by Julia161 on June 24, 2010
One is already something! Congrats! Nice fox!
Posted by Thanatonautii on June 24, 2010
Be patient! Everyone on this site still gets rejections, even the best! So don`t worry and learn from every picture they reject! You can still modify them and resend them, you don`t have to throw them away!
Good luck!
Posted by Joe1971 on June 24, 2010
Posted by Dmccale on June 24, 2010
what everyone else said.We learn from or rejections.I still get quit a few.Keep shooting and keep uploading.before lone you will have many accepted.nice fox.Good luck and welcome to DT..See now you have 4
Posted by Frantab01 on June 24, 2010
At least you got the one :) don't worry about rejections - we all get them :))) i've got loads but with every one i've learnt and now my acceptance ratio is getting better every time i upload. the crucial tip is to always check your picture at 100% and if it's not abs sharp then move on to the next photo. good luck and don't get disheartened about rejections
Posted by Jeniicorv8 on June 24, 2010
Those rejections thought me a lot... and I keep getting them... and I keep learning. Just keep uploading.
Posted by Youths on June 24, 2010
Good luck! ^_^
Posted by Mythja on June 24, 2010
stock is a different kind of photography. besides demanding tehnical aspects, photo has to be usable for designers or should sell a product by itself. so when you make a photo, you should ask yourself where it could be used. if you find several examples and do the quality aspects right it should pass the review test. good luck
Posted by Shuiyanxii on June 24, 2010
Posted by Mani33 on June 23, 2010
Indeed rejections are for a reason! TO LEARN! Cute fox!
Good luck :)

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