And I also have to repeat what some other authors said: it’s very good that you’re just 18, but you have a nice portfolio and working on it
jremick saidYeah, I’m very well aware of that Moreover, I even wrote this in my first post
PhotoDune reviewers evaluate thousands of files per day and the article the review team directed you to explains why an image may need a release form. http://support.envato.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/196
jremick saidYes, I know why they soft-reject them in that case, but still, after I’ve explicitly stated in my Comments for Reviewers that they can freely hard-reject it, because there is NO model-release, they still soft-reject it. Therefore I could not conclude anything else but the fact that reviewers don’t even bother to read that Comment field…
Unfortunately, due to the high volume of submissions, the reviewers aren’t always able to provide a custom written response. Also, for this particular issue, photos are to be soft-rejected so the team wouldn’t be hard-rejecting them.
It’s not my intention to point fingers at any specific reviewer… As a matter of a fact, I am aware they are doing tremendously good job, but the volume of work seems to be making them sloppier and in a greater hurry than a man should take while dealing with creative works…
Today I had one image soft-rejected because reviewer requested a model release. I tried to explain why I believe it doesn’t need it and I politely asked for a more human explanation (rather than a generic pointer to a wiki page) in “Comments for reviewers” field.
I get a same generic reply… I try again… SAME ! Moreover, I told them to hard-reject my photo if they feel that model release is really necessary, but no, I still get soft-rejects, as if nobody ever read my comments to reviewers…
I understand that there are hundreds (or thousands) of photos they need to review, but still, is this really the way reviewers should behave?
Question: will this lead (eventually) to option that will allow author to interlink their own similar items automatically, instead of writing html code all over the place (like it is now)?
I’m using Zoom H2 for large portion of my sound recordings… And I’ve had so much fun with it so far, explaining to people what it actually is, explaining myself to security guards in supermarket, getting away from an old guy in Istanbul who thought it’s a bomb while it stood on the ground on a square near mosque… Boy, how interesting life is with portable recorders!
Yeah, I know this post was quite unrelated to the original question, but somebody mentioned waving around his Zoom recorder in questionable places…
I love the app, because it’s simple yet informative. The only feature I’d like to see is that the application window opens once I click (or right-click) on “NEW SALE ” notification popup. The way it is now, I click it and it disappears, and then I have to find the icon in system tray and right-click > open window, to actually open it. One-click solution would be very useful to see what I actually sold
Is it possible?
EDIT : For example, left-click on popup opens the application window, while right-click just closes popup… Or the other way around…
Very well deserved. Congrats!
Congratulations! That’s probably the only thing you can’t get with money from Envato (but is surely much easier to keep it strong and healthy with that money )
Enjoy the blessing!