Hi Rachel and Maciej,
Have you received a phone call from InMotion yet?
Once you’ve been verified by InMotion, they send us an email with your details.
We will add a $75 credit to your Envato Account within two weeks of your purchase – meaning 10th September at latest.
We’ll drop an email on the 10th!
Hey there, Becca here.
If you’re on A2, make sure you’ve filled in the form.
The direct link to the form is here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1KHW4SABz6eeu8jzmQi_nucPyFZaekBL8YEoufITh9WU/viewform
After you buy the hosting offer, A2 will verify that you’re a “real” person, before emailing us your details.
If you’re on InMotion, confirm you emailed this address? (This is a screenshot of their landing page)
InMotion will ring you to confirm that you are a “real person” too, before emailing us your details.
Blah blah blah. I’ve done all that!
Hang tight, we are still waiting for final email confirmations. The USA has been enjoying their Labor Day weekend too, so they’re a little slow to verify at the moment.
We then apply the credits within 2 weeks. Please note that it’s “within” 2 weeks, so they may be applied sooner than that.
An email (from me) will be sent out next week letting you know about the credit.
If you don’t receive your credits after 2 weeks, drop us a support ticket!
but of course! I’ve pretty much reproduced the item page here, sans a few things.
Photo #1 Location: ICELAND
Photo by Fyletto
About This Photo: Photography was not Fyletto’s intended career, but his twin passions of travel, and landscape and architecture photography turned it into one. “ I had to wait for many hours for a after-midnight sunset so as not to be disturbed by long shadows in the gorge. But the sky still retained some of its awesome colors it had during the sunset.”
Photo #2 Location: BHUTAN, SOUTH ASIA
Photo by wusuowei
Photo #3 Location: YUKON, CANADA
Photo by pilens
From the Author: “Mysterious taiga and subarctic tundra, untouched wilderness, wild rivers, clear lakes, rugged mountains, bright midsummer nights with buzzing mosquitos, strong winters with crystal clear coldness, terrific landscapes and indescribable light – all that is the North. Not surprisingly, the North inspired me to become a photographer”.
Photo #4 Location: GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK, WYOMING
Photo by kwiktor
Photo #5 Location: SOSSUSVLEI, NAMIBIA
Photo by Ecosound
About the Photo: Most of EcoSound’s wildlife photography is shot in the wild, accessing areas not readily open to the general public as a perk of being an academic in the field of Rangeland Ecology and Wildlife Management. The ostriches were photographed in Namibia where wildlife is sparsely distributed and not that often encountered. “I was fortunate to be at the right place at the right time”, says EcoSound.
Photo #6 Location: MOSCOW
Photo by anshar73
Photo #7 Location: VATICAN CITY, ROME
Photo by kasto
Photo #8 Location: DAMNOEN SADUAK, THAILAND
Photo by cmfotoworks
From the Author: “The floating markets of Damnoen Saduak are a wonderful and unique place in Thailand. The town 100 km west of Bangkok consists of a network of water channels. The floating market takes places every morning and the sellers drive around the channels (called Khlong) with their boats and sell their goods. You can rent a boat that drives you along through the Khlongs – a great experience”.
Photo #9 Location: MONASTERY STEPS, MYANMAR
Photo #10 Location: THE BLUE MOSQUE, ISTANBUL
Photo by della67
Image Size: 1996×3005 (Large)
Normally Priced: $5 on PhotoDune
From the Author: “I’m not a professional photographer, however I spend much time on improving my skills. I took this shot during my short trip in Istanbul, where I was attracted by the beauty of Mosques over there. I used a wide-angle lens to catch the beauty of the roof and its decoration”.
Photo #11 Location: GALAPAGOS ISLANDS, ECUADOR
Photo by javarman
Photo #12 Location: ALASKA
Photo by Galyna_Andrushko
From the Author: “Alaska is a place where you can become one with nature. One morning we were awoken by a bear hitting our tent with his paw. It was really scary! Fortunately it was only a curious black bear, not an aggressive brown one. I hope that my love of photography will help me capture many more amazing moments in life”.
Photo #13 Location: ULURU, AYERS ROCK AUSTRALIA
Photo #14 Location: HUDSON RIVER, NEW YORK
Photo by francoisrouxphoto
From the Author: “Once in a while, during winter, temperatures drop way below freezing for a couple of days, and then, the Hudson starts to freeze. It does not happen often, but when it does, it offers a real spectacle that is worth seeing”.
Photo #15 Location: ANDES MOUNTAINS, PERU
Photo #16 Location: HAVANA, CUBA
About this Photo: Frank is a US-based photographer. “I was looking for some contrasts and took quite a lot of shots from the same spot just opposite the Capitol building while traffic was passing to get an old-timer and a bike taxi”.
Photo #17 Location: OLD TOWN, WARSAW
Photo by rognar
Image Size: 3000×2000 (Large)
Normally Priced: $5 on PhotoDune
Photo #18 Location: BORNEO, MALAYSIA
From the Author: “In 2008, I quit my job, rented out my house, and packed my bag with photo gear. I stumbled upon many unforgettable places, but Borneo was one of my favourites. Waiting for the orangutan’s to show up in the lush jungle, listening to the rustling leaves and breaking branches. I continue to travel as much as I can, seeking remote places and looking for unique adventures. Always with my camera ready”.
Photo #19 Location: DUBROVNIK FORTRESS
Photo by mikdam
Photo #20 Location: SAN QUIRICO D’ORCIA, TUSCANY
Photo by fisfra
I just want to thank you Envato for choosing one of my items as the free file of the month! I received a lot of thank you emails from users and I am so excited knowing that the code I wrote is used by so many people! It seems that money is not everything… knowing that someone really appreciates your work means so much! (feeling excited and happy, thank you!)
That’s so lovely to hear @greenline. Thank you for making it possible!