I don't know if you had already did this (most certainly, yes), but I'm started to reworked some accepted pictures on DT, specially those who didn't had the look that I want now.
So, I make the retouching of the pictures, I upload it as usual, I am writing a comment to the editor by saying what picture ID I want to replace and after the submission, I disable the original picture.
What it's your method? and what is the result (in views, dwds, comments) after this action?
Thank you in advance for sharing!
Photo credits: Marius Godoi.
I've never did this before.... i'll try!
I never did this before, but your blog kept me thinking! Thanks for sharing the info!
Well, I will tell you more, once the new one will be accepted and if there will be some changes in dwds, views etc.
I have changed some photos, that had dwds, I don't know if it was a good ideea or not.
I haven't done that, but is a good idea.
I have not done that... if it is already accepted and selling then upload it again reworked and change something about it. what I want to know is... if re keywording and changing a title helps or hurts? what happens if someone saves to their lightbox 4 images and then I change the title? does the id number still keep it there?
I've done this with several of my images, mainly because the original version was uploaded with the wrong colour space. But I'll never disable an image which already has downloads just to upload a better version of it.
Nobody did it ?!