Furious Fotog uses a small, dedicated team of individuals to assess image similarity and will only sell another Image from the same set if it meets the criteria for being different. To determine this, we employ a two-plus factor system that an Image must meet or exceed to remain for sale when it is compared to an Image that has just sold. This means that an Image must have at least TWO differences from the sold Image to remain available, ensuring maintenance of a high level of FuriousFotog® quality.
To assist Clients in making their own informed decisions, when Images are sold they are marked with a "sold" watermark in the gallery and left up so that Clients can see what has sold before making their own call on if something is too similar for their own liking.
Two-factor evaluation points within a set include but are not limited to:
ONE MORE REMINDER: Furious Fotog and its team bases its evaluation criteria on the original images that have been photographed within each set. Per the FuriousFotog™ License Agreement the Client signs, they acknowledge that FuriousFotog is not responsible for what is done to the image after it has been purchased by either the Client or another Designer. This includes cropping, digital editing, or other changes performed directly by the Client or a Designer after purchase to achieve their final cover design.
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