I’m glad I am not the only one who feels this way, I have had multiple rejections and I don’t have a problem being rejected as long as there is a valid reason, but my latest rejection had this additional comment: “Background images need to be more than just textures with color splatters over them. Consider submitting some more creative files instead.” The problem I had with the comment is: 1) it is just snotty, bad communication skills on the part of the reviewer and 2) the comment was based on the reviewers “opinion” as the file submitted was a JPG so there is no possible way that the reviewer knew how the file was created, manipulated or how much work went into the file. I would have had more respect for the reviewer if they had just said I personally don’t like your work and am rejecting it based on my opinion. But of all the rejections I had received I have not been given a solid reason for a rejection just a generic, vague statement sent in the email.
One More – Fall Wooded Forest Path With Bench Landscape: http://photodune.net/item/fall-wooded-forest-path-with-bench-landscape/3178749?WT.ac=portfolio&WT.seg_1=portfolio&WT.z_author=JenniMcCarthy
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Hi Everyone, Is anyone else having issues creating a public collection on Photodune? I have been trying for a few days, I fill in all the different category information but when I click the “create” button it just clears all the category information and doesn’t create anything. I started a support ticket, but, so far they haven’t suggested anything that seems to work. They had me “logging out, clearing your cache and then restarting your browser” but that didn’t help. I rebooted the computer and even tried a different browser and that didn’t help. I am out of ideas to try. If anyone has any suggestions I would love to hear them. Thanks in advance for any help
I have a Canon Rebel T3i, I purchased a Canon because that is what I was comfortable using and decided on the T3i because I knew it would take awhile for me to learn how to use it. So I think it depends on your knowledge of the camera and photography and how much you are willing to spend to decide which camera to choose. I love my Canon Rebel T3i and it seems to take really good pictures when I’m using to correctly.
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