PHOTO: stag border composite

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erniedecker
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Posted Mon Jan 28, 2013 8:05PM
https://dl.dropbox.com/u/38893062/Blank%20bordered%20copy.jpg


I saw something like this with flowery border that seemed to me to be geared toward a female audience. So I thought I'd try something geared more toward a male/hunter/animal lover person. This is the first time I've ever tried to create something like this and I don't know if my skills are even in the ballpark. I kind of guessed at a few things along the way. In addition to quality, is the size ok? I just used the default size that came up in the blank file creation box, is that ok?


I'm assuming this would be classified a photo (since I used a photo of mine to create it) but is that even right? Do I need to put a note to the inspector that it is my photo I used? Thanks, Ernie

(Edited on 2013-01-28 20:22:37 by kelvinjay)
kelvinjay
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Posted Mon Jan 28, 2013 8:21PM
I'd say that this kind of thing can often be far better produced by a designer. I'd leave it up to the buyer to create such basic borders and designs from isolated objects. IStock can be very strict over accepting designs and composites and I just don't really feel there's much added value here by having your arrangement of this fairly random subject.
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Posted Mon Jan 28, 2013 9:45PM
You basically have one small image replicated over and over. iStock does not accept such simple designs.
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Posted Tue Jan 29, 2013 7:46AM

Posted By erniedecker:
I'm assuming this would be classified a photo (since I used a photo of mine to create it) but is that even right? Do I need to put a note to the inspector that it is my photo I used? Thanks, Ernie


Never, ever think of submitting something like this again . Seriously, it's a cut and past of a tiny image repeatedly around a white box. Zero chance of acceptance.
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Posted Tue Jan 29, 2013 11:33AM

Posted By kelvinjay:
I'd say that this kind of thing can often be far better produced by a designer. I'd leave it up to the buyer to create such basic borders and designs from isolated objects. IStock can be very strict over accepting designs and composites and I just don't really feel there's much added value here by having your arrangement of this fairly random subject.


Posted By slobo:
You basically have one small image replicated over and over. iStock does not accept such simple designs.


Posted By sjlocke:

Posted By erniedecker:
I'm assuming this would be classified a photo (since I used a photo of mine to create it) but is that even right? Do I need to put a note to the inspector that it is my photo I used? Thanks, Ernie


Never, ever think of submitting something like this again ;). Seriously, it's a cut and past of a tiny image repeatedly around a white box. Zero chance of acceptance.


Yup, yup, and yup... sorry.

Thank you for asking, it's actually a helpful thread, good for people to know.
erniedecker
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Posted Tue Jan 29, 2013 2:31PM
OK, no problem. Don't know til you try....
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