Radim

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  1. Unfortunately,

    most of these sales go through a distributor from the Czech Republic - Profimedia,

    Their prices are really depressing, mostly. I have read several times that some people

    have already canceled distribution to the Czech Republic
    Radim


  2. 05/01/2018, UK, London Evening Standard, p50, group taking selfie at Santorini, EYH971, Radim Beznoska [Alamy credit only]
    05/01/2018, UK, London Evening Standard, p51, Kuelap in Peru, KG28PK, Rafal Cichawa [Alamy credit only]
    05/01/2018, UK, London Evening Standard, p51, Morgan's Inspiration Island in Texas, JD0TD8 or JD0TC5, ZUMA Press, Inc. [Identical. Alamy credit only]
    05/01/2018, UK, London Evening Standard, p51, Norwegian airlines 'plane, credited to Alamy but I can't tell which
    05/01/2018, UK, London Evening Standard, p51, Chardonnay sign in vineyard, KCGCJ6, Amy Mitchell [Alamy credit only]
    05/01/2018, UK, London Evening Standard, p51, crowds on Rialto Bridge, ENG1T9, Lazyllama [Alamy credit only]

     

    Many thanks for spotting Steve

     

    Radim

     

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  3. It also can help you enter the Primary category

     

    I would rather prefer marking images that are not marked ten tags.

    Marked images "Poor discoverability" or "Optimized" for me is not currently the most important

     

    Radim


  4. I think that Bill wanted to say that it is not enough just to exchange camera.

    As has been said many times here, Alamy is a very competitive market place and space for photographers who know how to work with this medium.

    It's great that you enjoy photography, but even with 10,000 similar photos do not have much chance of selling.

    The idea that if I have a camera so I'm a photographer is poor.

    It is necessary to know something about

    composition, light, depth of field and ....

    a thousand other things.

     

    I think Bob,

    that you're a classic example

    of the incompetence of some newly arriving photographers.

    That's why so many red arrows.

     

    The sooner you understand

    the well-intentioned advice here in this forum, the better for you.

     

    Make a good photo is not an easy job

    and I would like to have from you in the future to see

    quality images

     

    Good luck

    Radim
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