Great app at first: great UI, the idea of it all, making small chump change for your photos etc etc. But as I have experienced not even a day having the account and something everyone has had the issue as well, the bot the reviews the photos is absolutely too strict about what approves and disapproves. It's ridiculous. I shoot primarily 35mm film and most of my photos look absolutely great, comparable to a phone camera or High end DSLR. And they're still denied. Waste of time. Uninstalling.
70 people found this review helpful
It's a good concept, and that's about it. There's something wrong with their image reception/image uploading system, because images that were marked for grain/noise did NOT have them in my camera, on my computer, or when uploading to other platforms. They are put into a lower quality that takes on grain/noise , making them unusable. The fact that I can zoom into an image and see details very clearly on all of my devices, but Shutterstock's uploader is trash & ruins them. Fix this. This is bad.
111 people found this review helpful
This app makes no sense. First of all, I have to try multiple times before any image is uploaded successfully. Second of all, out of the 10 photos I uploaded, only 2 were approved. The other 8 were rejected because of chromatic noise, luminous noise, sharpening noise, etc. All the photos were taken by me, a professional photographer, using my A7RIII and GM lenses. This app is just a waste of time. But I'll still use shutterstock for stock photos.
68 people found this review helpful