ebersonimages

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About ebersonimages

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    http://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={7FA815F5-893B-45A4-AA45-8D73C184C79D}&name=Charles+eberson
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  • Joined Alamy
    08 May 2017
  1. Are reviews inconsistant?

    I want to thank everyone for your input. I am making progress and as long as I have a decent acceptance rate I plan to stick to it. Although learning the workflow was unique to this site, I am getting the hang of it and moving along. I must say, I am impressed with the number of images some of you have in your inventory. Cheers to all, Charles
  2. Are reviews inconsistant?

    NYCat. thanks for the input. I am glad I am not the only one "challenged." I think the manual will help. If the process is not intuitive and is too cumbersome I will just stick with my other sites. Charles
  3. Are reviews inconsistant?

    I am staying on the Alamy site but am still having difficulties. I guess I am not used to the submitting process here. I am working on photos that have passed but say "not for sale." After I fill in all the info the "save" button is not available. I've submitting to other agencies for years but this one makes me feel like an idiot! Can't seem to figure out the process.
  4. I was just accepted into the Alamy family by having three of my photos approved. I selected one of those, added keywords and submitted it for sale. It was reviewed by the QC team and was rejected with the reason of it lacking sharpness. Before submitting the photo for acceptance into Alamy, I viewed it at 100% and found it sharp. I don't understand where it was good enough quality to be accepted yet it was turned down for selling. I belong to 3 other sites and question if procedures are going to this inconsistent, is it going to be a futile effort submitting many photos which have been accepted elsewhere to be turned down here.