Selling photos

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Pixoto is selling our photos without our consent.

Note: This conversation was created from a reply on: Will there be a future for Pixoto?.
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Constantinescu Adrian Radu

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Posted 3 months ago

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Jennifer Loper

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Please explain.
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Constantinescu Adrian Radu

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I did not agree that any of my photos be sold by Pixoto, but you can still buy various prints with my photos. They are not allowed to do that. Probably for this reason they have arrived without contributors.
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Hello Adrian, I checked your images and I can not buy them. You are not offering them on the Market.
Only you (as author) is able to buy your own images since you didn't offer them on the Market - that is why you see the ability to buy them. But that is only when you are signed in.

You can re-check if you sign out of your account and then check your profile page - you will see you can not buy them.

Please let me know if this doesn't help.
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Constantinescu Adrian Radu

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Jasenka are you kidding me?
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Raj, as much as I can see you gave us permission for each and every image you posted here to sell them.

Previously I checked a couple of top rows of your highest rated images and none were available for the market. I apologize, I should have checked them all because you did gave us for some images permission to sell them.

As you can see, from below screenshots, for images listed here you selected for them to be available for the market - both stock and canvas. Please note that only you can make them available for the market.



(the same is for every image from your screenshot but I didn't want to clog the topic with screenshots)

Please note that we are only honoring your selection to put those images on the market - we can't place them on the market, only you can.

If you don't wish that any of your images are on the market, I would suggest that you go through your images and each one that is available for the market remove it from the market - you can do that easily if you hover mouse over image thumbnail on your profile or recent page and if "Market availability" is stated as "Yes" that means image is on the market. Then on the imagedetail page, you just remove it from the market. The second solution is checking stock (as you did in the screenshot you provided), then open each image and remove it from the market.

Again I apologize for not checking all your images, but since you have over 800 images and a couple of top rows were not on the market I assumed none of the images are in the market.

When you do mark all of your images not for market please check again if any is available in the market (and none should if on all images market availability is set to "No") and let me know so I can check.