Hello, I took your picture to a creation and I would have wanted to know if that bothered you? I have posted on my Devianart but I have trouble understanding English and I have not seen if we could use your work or not. I have credited your work. I apologize first if I had no right.
This next comment will be harsh, yet truthful, coming from a photo manipulator and photographer.
Okay, prepare for a strong opinion here;
First off, the image itself is blurry, it detracts from the overall quality of the picture. Second, stock photos are usually used in situations where the model is extracted and pasted into a different environment. Stock photos are intended to be in their original form, not edited and not made smaller. Come on, 900 x 1000 pixels is tiny.
Third, the background is extremely untidy and makes it harder for the user to manipulate and extract the model, making it difficult to use it. Stock photographs with models usually have a more blank background and make the fabric more consistent. I mean really? The carpet and the sheets are not even straight, which interferes in the extraction of the model (again, with the Photoshopping terms).
Just think about it for a minute. Sure, the model has a nice pose and this could be used as a nice stock image overall, I just find it disappointing that this was ruined by the photographer and quality of the photo.
In general, I don't think this deserves a DD. BUT this is just my opinion. Don't take it personally.