Got a reply saying all is fixed but , not. Cannot FTP at all.
Just did. Thank you.
Yes, I tried it again and it just spins and spins without getting processed.
I uploaded via FTP and when I went to edit, it showed processing error, with the reason being all Model Releases all need to be zipped in .jpg format, etc… Yet, when I tried uploading a single file, it went thru fine. All my MR are in jpg so what is wrong? None of the FTP uploads went like this before.
There must be a hidden “hidden” tab I am missing. I understand hard rejects cannot be resubmitted—-thus no place on our dashboard to view these, correct? But soft rejects can. But where is the resubmit button tab?? Or is there an obscure tab somewhere with all my rejected photos so I can check them off against my digital list…or are the email notifications the only way to know which are rejected and why? Sorry, but the dashboard is not very informative.
Easy. Monkey Business, Andres, Yuri Arcurs, Iofoto…to name a few.
Canon 5D and 5D Mark II…The Mark II is definitely better
11 days…Kinda long, no?
I have been doing fine uploading via FTP for the past few months until tonight. After a couple batches of 30 or so that went thru well, the little triangle next to the photo file (where the model release file is located) now disappears when I click on it to bring down the Model release file. I tried logging off and on, clicking all over but the MR file never reappears. When it magically reappears briefly after a reconnect, I put a MR in there just to have an error of “550 Failed to change directories”.
Is this something I caused by clicking wrong? And if so, what can I do to set it right so I can upload the MR? Thanks!
I’m sure there are many like me who read but don’t post replies (just don’t have that much wisdom to add to it! ) I have seen several who have a port one-tenth my size yet have ten times the revenue (We’re not even going to talk about the top ten microstockers…)...Awesome shots do it. Gotta work on mine more. And more. Wish I could make an eight hour day of it for efficient workflow, like the successful ones, but I have an hour here and there. Small wonder it’s not paying back more. It grows every month with my doing very little, though. I imagine what it would be like if I actually did full time.