I have better Idea with time travel… I will get back in time and create the photos hanging on the tree
That is a small idea. Better travel a bit further back and lend a few bucks to Zuckeberg. 1000$ or so should be enough to give you instant retirement when you return to 2014
not to break the party but is not that this action will delete his previous update from queue and in the end his file will not be updated at all?
His update was already approved when he realized he forgot the checkbox. Not entirely sure how the queue works, but if the update is still pending and you submit another one it could be that original one gets replaced. However, this was not the case.
Build a time machine, travel back in time, mark the checkbox and return back to current time.
If that is not an option you can simply submit a tag update for your item without resubmitting any files and remember to mark the checkbox. If you forget to do it again, then time machine is your only choice
Hey guys, take a look to this project:
I dont know, maybe I’m wrong…but it’s pretty similar to this one:
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Often time it’s not the cheap or expensive equipment that you have, but the way you use it. The subject matter that you choose, how well you plan your shot, composition, light etc. When you create your next stock footage clip don’t shoot something just because you can shoot it. Carefully plan your project. Think of potential uses for the clip, think of potential buyers and think of their potential needs. I know stock footage is a random game and you can never know who will need some really random shot, but if you create targeted shots there is a much higher chance to sell them.
I don’t review stock footage category so take my comment as an author not a reviewer.