A little off topic – but could PhotoDune PLEASE consider putting a keyword counter in, so that rather than just saying “too many keywords” it actually counts them and tells us how many there as, and updates it as we remove them. Pretty much every other site has this.
I know this has been requested before many times, but thought I would remind you of it again
yep, huge congrats. Have used a number of his themes and they are great.
hi Gaby, thanks for your email, it was great hearing from you so quickly. I have sent a reply.
Another bunch just reviewed with the same blanket rejections for composition & utility.
gabyjalbert – if you get a chance, can you look back over my last 100-200 images submitted and see what you think? Vast majority of them were approved at all major agencies.
It’s beginning to feel like if you submit anything other than a businessman or woman on white then it will most likely be rejected.
I really like Envato, I honestly do, but this will get pretty frustrating if it just stays this way from now on.
not bad, bit flakey though at times, bridge crashes more than ever (OSX Mavericks, latest 27” iMac)
not sure if its been mentioned in 20+ pages of thread, but this:
“55.0% of the Item Price is the author fee we’re currently charging you.”
probably needs some clarification on the author earnings page, as one easily concludes that Envato’s terms are actually better than they are – it appears non-exclusives are earning 45% royalty commissions instead of the actual percentage of the sale price (which appears to be about 36%, but it is now hard to calculate).
While I do appreciate the slight increase given to non-exclusives, I think authors (especially new ones) will appreciate knowing upfront what the real percentage is, rather than a smoke and mirrors percentage.
This will be great once these search facets roll out, hope they arrive soon
I’m afraid I would have to agree with the reviewing becoming poor lately (not that I am planning to stop uploading).
It seems there are only 2 rejection reasons – “as it does not provide enough commercial utility” or “we feel the image composition is not quite strong enough” and they reviewer just alternates between the two.
It has become highly inconsistent, but I cannot justify the time needed to chase up bad reviews. It’s a shame, because things were running along just fine there for a long while.