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Voznyuk says

I would like to be able to mark what I call exclusive pictures and what is not, as it happens on “dreamstime” and “fotolia”. So I can provide more photos on “photodune”

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dignotion says

Hi Voznyuk,

I’m not an Envato official, but i’ll guess that’s something that is a little complicated to do as authors in the market are tagged as ‘Exclusive’ or ‘Non-Exclusive’ on the account level rather than the item level..

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KingDog Envato team says

Dignotion is correct. Being exclusive to PhotoDune means all the photos in your account will be exclusive. Currently, if you want to sell non-exclusive photos, you’ll have to set up a completely separate account.

There was talk about allowing exclusive and non under one account, but I don’t know how that’s progressed.

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Uladzimir_Sarokin says

how to give up exclusivity?

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SamBerson says
You can turn on or off exclusivity by visiting: http://photodune.net/user/YOUR_USERNAME/exclusivity/edit

Please refrain from posting on old threads in future.

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