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SBJEWEL says

I am going to create and upload my picture collection soon…. So i have a question ? to our reviewers ! How can i prove my reviewers that those picture (what i will upload soon) are really captured by me ? I am really confused…. :confused: Please support ! Thanks :)

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Tarrum says

Well you simply upload what’s yours. If you don’t and someone finds out, you’re in trouble. If no one finds out, nothing will happen.

Just upload like you’d normally do with other files. However, if there is a person on your image you need their license(s) and the file can be downloaded somewhere at Envato’s help.

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SBJEWEL says
Tarrum said
Well you simply upload what’s yours. If you don’t and someone finds out, you’re in trouble. If no one finds out, nothing will happen. Just upload like you’d normally do with other files. However, if there is a person on your image you need their license(s) and the file can be downloaded somewhere at Envato’s help.

Cool…

But one think…... ! Suppose i captured some crowded picture (like when i visit in any kind of exhibition etc.) Then how can i get license from all of them ! Any idea ! Please need more advice ! Thanks…. :)

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Folksnet says
SBJEWEL said
Tarrum said
Well you simply upload what’s yours. If you don’t and someone finds out, you’re in trouble. If no one finds out, nothing will happen. Just upload like you’d normally do with other files. However, if there is a person on your image you need their license(s) and the file can be downloaded somewhere at Envato’s help.

Cool…

But one think…... ! Suppose i captured some crowded picture (like when i visit in any kind of exhibition etc.) Then how can i get license from all of them ! Any idea ! Please need more advice ! Thanks…. :)

You need to get more familiar with PhotoDune rules before you start uploading.

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Graphic-Studio says
SBJEWEL said
Tarrum said
Well you simply upload what’s yours. If you don’t and someone finds out, you’re in trouble. If no one finds out, nothing will happen. Just upload like you’d normally do with other files. However, if there is a person on your image you need their license(s) and the file can be downloaded somewhere at Envato’s help.

Cool…

But one think…... ! Suppose i captured some crowded picture (like when i visit in any kind of exhibition etc.) Then how can i get license from all of them ! Any idea ! Please need more advice ! Thanks…. :)

It’s pretty much covered in the test – you passed the test, Yes?

No Releases, No Uploads. If faces are recognizable.

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SBJEWEL says

Thank you….. :)

I have another question ! But i will ask that question later ! Very important though !

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Thecodingdude says

Before you ask questions, please ensure you have done through research.

There’s nothing worse then to show reviewers that you are uneducated about the marketplace you submit items to. For example, I’ve gotten myself very familiar with Codecanyon, and how things work around there, what quality files they need etc etc.

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