25 photos or how to minimize rejects

posted on 29th of august, 2011

Finally I have 25 photos!!! I’m half the way to becoming a “photographer working exclusively with Dreamstime.com”. It’s really not so easy to start, so many rejects. I came to conclusion that there are several ways to minimize reject:
First of all analyze quality (sharpness and composition ). If they are not perfect, there is no need to waste time processing these pictures. If you doubt to send picture or not because of the quality, don’t send them. They won’t be approved. If you doubt because of the picture content, that will be a different question.
Secondly, If you processed the picture, scan it for trademarks. They might be so small and almost unnoticeable, but they will be an annoying reason for reject. Here is a good article every newbie should read - http:...

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Comments (17)

Posted by Joezachs on September 18, 2011
Yes that trade mark thing is something we miss out on. I had to rework at two instances.
Posted by Uidea on September 01, 2011
Thanks for sharing your tips!
Posted by Akulamatiau on August 30, 2011
Thanks for sharing!

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