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The success of any IMAGE SHOWCASE STOCK IMAGE  provider is the quality of images

MSC allows members to upload, showcase and sell any image which satisfies our terms and conditions.
There is no pre screening on MyStockCollection

MSC allows members to upload, showcase and sell any image which satisfies our terms and conditions and image quality is managed by the users by means of the IMAGE FLAG INTERFACE and the QUALITY CHECKER.


There is no pre-screening on MSC.

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Focus & Noise

Image noise is random variation of brightness or color information in images.

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Tagging & Description

The search function cannot find and return your image if it not comprehensively and correctly tagged or described.

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If your image is not correctly exposed it will either to be dark or light.

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Image Composure

Image composition describes how different subjects and visual elements are arranged inside of the image frame.

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Over Editing

Photo editing software can be very exciting to use, but a common problem is over doing the changes made with editing software

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Imaging Hygiene

Image hygiene is a term used to describe the finer details of an image. Infringing and distracting detail in the image is a common error.

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In Stock accounts your images are watermarked by default and wedding accounts offer the option to watermark.

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Wedding Showcase

Wedding showcase images are for show only but good quality images is still essential.

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Quality is not an act, it is a habit. Quality is never an accident; it is always the result of high intention, sincere effort, intelligent direction and skillful execution; it represents the wise choice of many alternatives.

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Camera Quality

We recommend a minimum of a 8 megapixel camera. Artificially increasing resolution by using software such as Photoshop will not increase the output quality of your images. Digital SLR cameras take the best photos for high quality images.


While newer smartphones and tablets offer "high-resolution" cameras as high as 13 megapixels or more, these images typically exhibit artifacts and noise as a result of having smaller image sensors than traditional cameras.