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DavidBurr

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About DavidBurr

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    http://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={7C72B7AC-96A7-48F4-A706-6D2B008683FB}&name=David+Burr
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    24 Jul 2012
  1. Hi Alex...Just about all my Alamy images so far have been uploaded via Live newsfeed from home computer on the Alamy newsfeed uploader. I have been covering the Balcombe anti fracking protests however not being able to upload from the field has lost valuable time and possibly sales in some instances. I know an alternative option is to use a wi fi laptop in the field but that is bulky fragile and time consuming in comparison to a camera computer combined like the Samsung Galaxy. Most field work will go to stock, Police at work etc but from time to time something kicks off or a celeb turns up and you need it sent right away...Kind Regards..David
  2. Can anyone please advise FTP upload client to use in the field to upload Live Newsfeed pictures to Alamy from an Android device the Samsung Galaxy Wi fi 3G Camera...Operating system Android 4.1 (Jellybean)..Looks like an amazing bit of kit if I can get it to work with Alamy or any other media desks. The normal Alamy uploader works great from home base Microsoft Win 8 computer via Lightroom for captioning etc, faithful Nikon D300, c/f card. Any information or advice about uploading from Android device would be appreciated even if it is to advise I am wasting my time. Many Thanks..Kind Regards..David
  3. I would appreciate some guidance regarding export from Lightroom for optimum Alamy quality and best chance of image acceptance. Image format JPEG...Colour Space ( sRGB ? )....Quality 100..( assume no limit file size ? ) Image Sizing ( Resize to fit or not ?)....Assume resolution 300 ?....Output Sharpening ? Any other idiots guide to Lightroom Export appreciated. Kind Regards..With Thanks....David
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