I've been looking at making some type of income from my photography and the easiest way is by submitting my pictures to a stock photography agency. I read an article awhile back on which agencies are pulling the most customers these days and Shutterstock was at the top of the list.
I've been wanting to do anything to work my way towards being a professional photographer, and since failure is the best experience anybody can get, I decided to submit the required 10 pictures. Thankfully it only took a day to find out whether I can make the cut. out of 10 pictures eight of them failed for composition:
and three of them failed for lighting and white balance issues: