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What does "oriented images" mean?

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Kerinf
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Message posted at 03/22/2014, 20:26:45 PM by Kerinf
Hello, i am very very new to this. I have had a handful of images accepted and another handful rejected. Most of the rejections were for composition, only one on technical grounds (poor lighting). But all the rejected photos also had a separate bullet point which just said: "oriented images". What does this mean? Is it a reference to the images being orientated the wrong way, or that they are not sufficiently commercially orientated? Or some other criteria? I have tried to find the answer to what this rejection ground is referring to, but without much luck?


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Dudau
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Message edited at 03/23/2014, 03:44:47 AM by Admin
I think you wanted to say "stock oriented images", which means images that are suitable for a stock photography agency. If they're not stock oriented, then they wouldn't fit in our database.
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Kerinf
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Message posted at 03/23/2014, 05:04:51 AM by Kerinf
Ah! Figured it out. The last part of the default para re composition for some reason dropped down into a separate para on the feedback form, so it looked like "oriented images" was a separate bullet point. In other words, the last part, "....how to produce stock / oriented images" got split after stock so look like 2 separate bullet points.
Thanks!



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