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Resubmitting a photograph

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Vingeran
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Posted Sat Jun 16, 2012 9:49PM
A photograph is rejected when the iStock administrators do not find the file appropriate to be included in the iStock collection. One can resubmit the same files again if needed and this is a major problem. "The same file which has been reviewed by the admins as being not upto the mark." Instead, the file details should be conserved with an option to upload another version of the file or the corrected file.
eROMAZe
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Posted Sun Jun 17, 2012 10:04AM
Whenever the inspectors feel that the file is worthy of RESUBMISSION, they do say so while announcing their verdict. Another version of the file obviously warrants another new submission (not a RESUBMISSION). Preserving details of rejected files can be a lot problematic ... as quite a few files are rejected daily ... and a contrinbutor may or may not reaqlly decide to submit ANOTHER VERSION. At times I do not even bother to submit my RESUBMITS. Just my view.
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