As practice shows, there is no final version of a stock photo. Some of the images in my portfolio can be found in 3, 5 or even more variations. To begin with, I personally think that images isolated on white (or any other solid color) are not considered to be as a final product. It all depends on the photo, but if it is about the „classic“ stock, then this is the way it is. Therefore, my hands are getting itchy after some time.Fashion photo shoot, clothes by a... continue reading
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Im so confused. Not really - just one thing.Do I upload large, medium and small versions of the same image or does Dreamstime do this themselves based on the one large image I upload?If its up to me, where do I find info on standard sizes? So far Im just going by what others have done.Thanxpsthe attached image is not mine / I had to attachat least one image to send this article.Mick continue reading
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