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Niels Quist

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  1. Japan, editorial. book, print up to 5,000 and e-book - unfortunately distributor sale mid$$ Middelgrunden Offshore Wind Farm off the coast of Copenhagen harbour, Denmark. Ownership 10 each, Middelgrundens Wind Turbine Cooperative and HOFOR.
  2. - and a comment to earlier posts about something I forgot I was aware of until recently: The Reportage images that go right through QC can be seen right after using the link: alamy.com/[image-id] You can probably also create a lightbox - and tweet necessary text and these images - even directly to news offices, if they are following you. But you may, of course, already know this. Niels
  3. You should have read about Alamy's camera requirements: https://www.alamy.com/contributor/how-to-sell-images/guidelines-for-submitting-images/ https://www.alamy.com/blog/alamys-rough-guide-to-digital-cameras - actually cannot understand that you haven't - or seen discussions in the forum. You can, however, submit iPhone images to Alamy's Stockimo - which we are not allowed to discuss here. Search and contact Stockimo - or download the app. We cannot discuss Stockimo further here. Another solution would be to obtain a Sony RX100 (vers
  4. Yes, you are right, but the images still have to be what you would call "reportage" - and I would never risk my 5 star rank and push any image I didn't think would pass through QC in the hope that I wasn't checked. I value the advantage too much. I may not have been clear in my wording - I am just a foreigner trying to write English πŸ™ƒ
  5. More complicated than I wanted it to be - really no big deal. If the 5 star QC rank brings your images straight through without the QC waiting time (QC check coming up roughly about every fifth upload, I think) - the images will be on sale as quickly as with the Reportage route. Both need a server update. So if you think you are up for that check - images appropriate for reportage will be online the next day for certain. But still the 600 letter caption is also an advantage to go for with these images.
  6. If you have a five star QC rank the only advantage I can see is the 600 letter caption - instead of writing the same information in "more information" - which is not always read. I occasionally use the reportage route for appropiate images I want up quickly - if I am in doubt if it is my turn to be checked πŸ™ƒ
  7. If the images meet the conditions I would upload them as normal photos and go through the QC - then you can tag them with all the information about the event. Doing so the images will not be marked in this way: "This image could have imperfections as it’s either historical or reportage."
  8. Country: Worldwide, Editorial, Editorial website, Education, Any size. $$ Probably this use: https://e360.yale.edu/features/can-europes-community-renewables-compete-with-big-wind-and-solar Middelgrunden Offshore Wind Farm outside Copenhagen harbour, Denmark. HOFOR and Middelgrundens Wind Turbine Cooperative.
  9. Pleased to hear - and thank you for letting me know. It often pays to put some work in finding the much needed e-mail address or other information. Niels
  10. I cannot see how it could be covered either. The photographer most often loses to the fraudsters.
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