Thomas Kyhn

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  1. Can anyone here recommend an app for releases (iOS)?
  2. I have a couple of questions about property releases for buildings. If you take a photo of part of a city – from a tower, for instance – would you need a release for every qualifying/recognizable building in the photo? Or if in a landscape photo there's a lighthouse in the distance? (This may be a stupid question. In any case.) Do you need a release for photos of buildings that have been demolished after the photos were taken?
  3. That's good to know – I thought the amount of keywords required to reach green was a little excessive.
  4. Thanks for your reply! Then I won't let it confuse me any further.
  5. Now the photos have actually changed status on the dashboard to 'Images on sale with poor discoverability'. They still don't come up in the search results, though, and here it still says "Images: 0". Does it just take a little while for the system to update?
  6. I've just had my first three photos accepted, and I'm a little confused by the apparent disagreement between 'My dashboard' and the Image Manager. On the 'My dashboard' page, under 'Your status', all three images are included in the 'Images not on sale' cell. But the Image Manager lists all three images as 'On sale'. As I'm unable to find the images when searching on Alamy, and here, in the forum, to the left of this post, it still says I have 0 images, the Image Manager appears to be wrong. Is there anything I need to do in order to change the status of the images to 'On sale'?
  7. Thanks for the additional comments. I've just submitted my first three images. Looking forward to hearing the verdict.
  8. I was reading the comments above about white point and black point – I'm new here and trying to familiarise myself with the requirements. When it says on the "The 10 most common QC failure reasons", "Make sure your images have the correct exposure using the histogram. In Photoshop use ‘Levels’ to check this. For most images the black point should be 0 and the white point 255. As a rule of thumb we expect the black/white points to be within 5% of these values." Does that just mean that each photo has to cover these two areas (within 5% of 0 and 255) to some extent? What confuses me a little here is that Photoshop's Levels window will show the black point as 0 and the white point as 255 even for completely black and completely white images. (It looks like I've almost answered the question myself.)