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What is with all the women in veils? Also it seems like the same couple of women appear in different shots by different photographers, there is always a woman with a veil and piercing eyes and then an woman with an Native American Indian headress. The same images (or ones that are extremely similar) appear over and over week after week
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sadly you are right
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Jason Kiefer (Official Rep) 1 year ago
New Duplicate Image Policy - Feedback wanted

We wanted to make you aware of some changes we are planning to make to our image submission policies on June 1st.

We will be asking that you only submit one image of a given subject/setting/pose combination. Essentially we asking the each photo submitted be sustainably different and unique. Based on feedback from our members and seeing some of the negative consequences that having duplicate images on the site is causing we feel this change is imperative. It’s just not fun to look at a photographer’s portfolio and see seven slightly different versions of the same shot.

Please note that this means you may NOT have a color and black and white version of the same image.

Due to resource constraints, for now this policy will only effect images submitted after May 31st and after (we will still enforce our policy of not having near duplicate images after Nov. 2011).

Officially the new rule will be:
NO VERY SIMILAR IMAGES: You may submit an unlimited number of images but each one must be substantially different from the others. You may however delete an image and resubmit it at any time. If reported, and we agree that the images are not distinct enough, the newer image will be deleted. This is critical for keeping the Pixoto community vibrant, exciting and fun (note – this rule effective 6/1/2012)

We would like your feedback on this policy before implementation.

Thank you!
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