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Johnnie5

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About Johnnie5

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    Middle California

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  • Alamy URL
    https://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={4EFE109D-CA7F-4F41-8EAC-ECBA0D098D26}&name=John+Crowe
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  • Joined Alamy
    24 Nov 2008

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  1. Once you keyword and caption your images it usually takes until the following day before they show up on the website. Once you have received the email that your images passed there is a link to the your home page and from there a link to alamy image manager. https://www.alamy.com/contributor/how-to-sell-images/captions-and-keywords-for-images/?section=8
  2. This photographer uses Canon equipment and I have found his advice helpful. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnFT0e1VQUejOYGO9JBuwsw
  3. Alamy explains what is required here. https://www.alamy.com/contributor/how-to-sell-images/guidelines-for-submitting-images/
  4. Read through some of the other critiques in this forum there is a wealth of information here.
  5. Realize that your photos will be sold not just in Serbia but all over the world where prices are slightly higher.
  6. Hi, I took a look at your photos and they look fine, some of you Medieval Festival photos look a bit dark, you could brighten them and upload that version also. Some of your photos could use more keywords. As English isn't your native language I would suggest using a keyword generator such as this one. https://microstockgroup.com/tools/keyword.php Much of your portfolio looks like microstock subject matter, just remember you aren't as limited here on Alamy as to subject matter so you might try including more businesses, products, signage, restaurants, historic sites, museums, and things that would be of interest to tourists. If you have photos that are on Alamy and on Microstock people can do reverse image searches or search your name and find the same photo for much less money so that is something to consider.
  7. Photos from the California wildfires. I thought there was some great photography in this slideshow, worth sharing. https://www.sfgate.com/california-wildfires/article/Kincade-Fire-now-60-contained-Sonoma-County-14638321.php
  8. I'm sorry I thought that door went to the bathroom I promise not to do that again
  9. The Secret Lab where algorithms are created
  10. This tweet from Alamy had me scratching my head this morning knowing that there is more to a black and white conversion than just a mouse click. Alamy Content Team ✔ @AlamyContent Do #Alamy accept black and white images? Yes, as long as they meet the submission guidelines. If you plan to upload both colour and black & white versions of same images, we’d suggest you to upload just the colour version. Customers then have the option to convert to B&W!
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