Shutterstock currently puts online around 200,000 images a day. Even with a large customer base, will those customers collectively be able to see all the new images coming in?
There are numerous observations a microstocker can make from seeing what gets downloaded, which can help to understand the market more which in turn can help to produce more relevant images..
Shutterstock announced yesterday that they have abandoned their age old policy of 7 out of 10 images needed to pass the initial review for new contributors.
As an image creator it can be very frustrating to have your images rejected by the reviewers of sites. You are already convinced that your images are worthy of going on the sites otherwise you would not have sent them..
They live somewhere where it always snows, they hardly get out and you may never actually see one, but if you do, and more so if you are actually considering seeing one on a regular basis, consider this..
Anyone can produce images and make money if they submit them to microstock agencies. Wrong! Don’t believe it…