Welcome, not long now before you get your answers to your first images, Good luck to you. If you get rejections, do not worry, it happens to us all. Learn what is required and things will get better for you.
IS, Cannon 70-200, Canon 100-400 IS. Giotto tripod....
Welcome and good luck on your journey. The three photos in your portfolio are nice, should be good sellers as school dances start popping up.
If I can give you one bit of advice, imo anyway, on the photo with the young lady on the stairs, watch your rule of thirds. She is almost too centered in this photo. The white wall leaves a great spot for copy space too (a keyword phrase you left off).
Patience is a virtue with uploading stock photos. The best advice I can give you is upload and forget them... get back to shooting more and uploading more. ;)
A funny little story for you... I uploaded a batch and so did my coworker. Before we left our FT jobs on Friday she asked what my estimated time to inspection was. It was 9 hours and hers with 24 hours. We assumed they would all be inspected, if we were lucky, over the weekend. Come Monday morning when we got to work she asked if my photos were inspected. I logged in to check and my estimate was now 12 hours and her photos had been inspected! ;) so we obviously had different inspectors, hers more likely in the front of her inspection batch and mine at the end of my inspectors batch. In the mean time, I had already uploaded another batch,