Posted Wed Jan 26, 2005 5:14PM
So I've been approved for the Istock exclusivity and all is well. What I'm wondering is this..(yes I did a search first) ... In the information of the exclusivity aggreement it mentions:
"Individual portfolios are managed by photographers and can grow or shrink organically as needed. iStockphoto would continue to give photographers total control over their own images. Files can be removed or sold privately"
I have looked and perhaps I'm blind, but I can't seem to find any extra options to let's say "trim the fat" of my portfolio and get rid of some less desireable or non downloaded images. Are these features still in developement or am I totally missing or misreading the info?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Posted Wed Jan 26, 2005 5:19PM
Hey Waynerd, congrats on joining the Exclusive Club.
At the bottom of every photo view page in your own portfolio, just above the description, is a button which says "Deactivate File". Type in a reason for deactivation in the box and click the button. The photo will then be removed from the library. This feature has actually always been available, but I think with the change in page layout, it may have become less obvious to find.
Posted Wed Jan 26, 2005 5:28PM
Ah yes, I remember seeing that before, but thought it was in the editing section for each image.
(Edited on 2005-01-26 05:32:50 by Waynerd)