[写真] ストックフォト初心者が犯しがちな19の失敗

なるほど!だけど、
誰かがコメントしているように小銭稼ぎに費やす労力の次元を超えている
正に、貧乏暇なし(´・ω・`)


## 1. Not Viewing Images at Full Size
フルサイズのイメージじゃない。
つまり、フォトショ等のフォトフィルター越しの写真やトイカメラで撮影されたものはNG


## 2. Focus Problems
ボケてる。
つまり、何処にも焦点が合ってないようなピンボケ写真はNG


## 3. Noise
ノイズが入ってる。
色の境目がくっきり見えるとか門前払い
ISOが800とか1600とか高設定で起き易い事象
read more:
https://www.shutterstock.com/blog/how-to-avoid-a-visual-noise-rejection


## 4. JPEG Compression Artifacts
JPEGは、画像保存する度に損失圧縮され品質劣化になる。
これを避ける為にもRAWで保存せよ - カメラの設定で変更可能なものだが、コンデジにはないかも


## 5. Overuse of Noise Reduction Software and Sharpening
ノイズリダクションと解像度はトレードオフ
ノイズでリジェクション喰らったからとノイズリダクションをし過ぎてもダメ
何事も程度が大切
鮮明化と自然感もトレードオフ
あまりに人工的なものは自然の画としての需要は低減する


## 6. Chromatic Aberration

Chromatic aberration is an optical problem with a lens that results in colored edges around objects. This issue is most noticeable in high-contrast areas, such as the edges of a tree against a sky. Chromatic aberration is also referred to as “purple fringing” or “color fringing.” To avoid chromatic aberration, buy professional lenses or remove it in post-production.


## 7. Sensor Dust/Dust on Lens

A dirty camera sensor or lens will cause dark spots or dust particles to appear on images. Images that have visible dust spots will be rejected with the “dust and scratches” rejection reason if you submit them for review. To avoid this, clean your sensor and lens prior to shooting, or remove the spots by cloning them out in post-production. Just make sure edits are clean so you don’t receive the “effects” rejection for poor post-processing techniques.


## 8. Poor Post-Processing Edits

If adding or removing elements from an image in post-production (i.e., cloning, healing, isolating subjects on white, composites), the edits need to appear clean when the image is viewed at full size. Here is more information about how to avoid an editing rejection.


## 9. Irrelevant Titles and/or Keywords

Titles and keywords must be relevant to what is in your image. Accurate and precise metadata — your titles and keywords — are just as important as the quality of your images, because they are the bridge that connects a customer’s needs with your product. Here are some keyword and title best practices that will help you maximize your visibility.


## 10. Images with Watermarks, Date Stamps, and Signatures

Remove watermarks, date stamps, signatures, or any other form of personal branding from your image prior to submission. We cannot accept images with signatures or personal logos, because those are your trademarks.


## 11. Not Attaching Model Releases

If submitting content for commercial use, all images of identifiable people must be accompanied by a model release. Go to http://submit.shutterstock.com/legal to download the form. Be sure to upload the completed document in the content editor before submitting.


## 12. Unacceptable Foreign Releases

Shutterstock’s model and property releases are now available in 14 foreign languages, and we are also accepting certain foreign-language model and property release forms from other agencies. Here is a list of releases we will accept for your reference.


## 13. Incorrect Tagging

We want to ensure that all images are reviewed accurately and as efficiently as possible, so please tag your illustrations, clip art, editorial images, nude/r-rated images, and model and property releases appropriately, as explained below.

Illustrations/Clip Art

JPEG illustrations, 3D renderings, scans of paintings, and hand-drawn artwork must be tagged as an illustration. It is important to tag all illustrations properly in the Content Editor prior to submission. Here is a list of helpful instructions to assist you with tagging your illustration.

Select “Yes” from the “Illust./Clip-Art” dropdown menu.

Editorial

Documentary editorial, illustrative editorial, and editorial illustrations/vectors need to be tagged as editorial.

Select “Yes” from the “Editorial” dropdown menu.

Nudity/R-Rated

If submitting nude/R-rated content, select “Yes” from the “Nudity/R-Rated” dropdown menu.

Tip: Nude models require a model release with a photo ID attached, and the model must be over the age of 21.

Model Releases & Property Releases

Model releases need to be tagged as model releases, not as property releases. Select “Model” under “Release Type.”

Property releases need to be tagged as property releases, not as model releases.

Select “Property” under “Release Type.”


## 14. Not Providing an Editorial Caption for Editorial Content

A proper editorial caption format is preferred and includes “who,” “what,” “where,” and “when” information. Here is more information about Shutterstock’s editorial guidelines.

Example: DROGHEDA, IRELAND – MARCH 11, 2014: A view of buildings along the River Boyne early in the morning in Drogheda, Ireland on March 11, 2014.


## 15. Illustrative Editorial Keyword Requirement

When submitting illustrative editorial content, the keywords “illustrative” and “editorial” or the keyword phrase “illustrative editorial” must be used. Here is more information about Shutterstock’s editorial guidelines.


## 16. Not Including a Reference Image for Auto-Traced or Live-Traced Illustrations

A reference image needs to be uploaded in the property-release field if an illustration was created from another image. Keep in mind that you must also own the copyright of the supplied image. Here is more information about how to submit vectors created using other images.


## 17. Not Including A Property Release for Scanned of Photographed Artwork

A completed property release should be included with your submission of scanned or non-digital artwork. The property release ensures that you have created the work yourself, or that you own or control the copyright for the original artwork. The standard property release is what we require for each submission of non-digital artwork. The release also needs to include a thumbnail of the artwork, preferably photographed from a different angle. Contributors can find our property release here: http://submit.shutterstock.com/legal.


## 18. Editorial Illustrations of Celebrities

We do not accept illustrations, cartoons, or caricatures of celebrities or public figures for either commercial use or editorial use. We will only accept illustrations, cartoons, or caricatures of currently elected public officials for editorial use. For example, we would be able to accept an illustration of Barack Obama for editorial use, as he is an elected public official. Here is a list of helpful instructions to assist you with submitting your editorial illustrations.


## 19. Submitting Vectors in the Wrong Format

Vectors that are submitted must be compatible with Illustrator 8 or 10. We want our customers to be able to open your file no matter what vector editing software they own. Be sure to select either Illustrator 8 or 10 when saving your EPS vector file.

Keep all these tips in mind when preparing your initial image submissions to avoid making common mistakes, and you’ll soon be on your way to becoming a successful Shutterstock contributor!

Top image: Photographer shooting outdoors by Rasstock


ref.
19 Common ‘Newbie’ Submission Mistakes You Can Easily Avoid
https://www.shutterstock.com/blog/19-common-newbie-submission-mistakes-you-can-easily-avoid?customer_ID=&campaign_ID=shutters.10526025&launch_ID=10345045&utm_source=sstkemail&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Auto_Program_Contributor_Photo_Rejected

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