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About Rakesh

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  1. Condenast Traveller India 1. Photo: Swapan Banik/Alamy Stock Photo 2. Photo: Rafael Ben-Ari/ AlamyStock Photo https://www.cntraveller.in/story/delhi-birding-balcony-birds-spot-coronavirus-lockdown-quarantine/ 1. Photo: Rakesh Dhareshwar/Alamy Stock Photo 2. Photo: Manjeet and Yograj Jadeja/Alamy Stock Photo 3. Photo: Chaithanya Krishnan/Alamy Stock Photo https://www.cntraveller.in/story/mumbai-birding-balcony-11-birds-spot-colaba-pali-hill-andheri-dadar-coronavirus-quarantine/ 1. Photo: Rakesh Dhareshwar/Alamy Stock Photo
  2. Whisky : The definitive Guide National Geographic Traveller 2 of my images . No link from the main site
  3. https://www.cntraveller.in/story/11-monsoon-treks-around-mumbai-and-pune/ 1. Rakesh Dhareshwar 2. ephotocorp
  4. Wow ! That's quite a response . The reason I asked the question is that currently I have around 1575 images. The fact is that I have uploaded almost 1000 of them in the last 1.5 year. And the thumb rule is something which is showing up . From 1 sale each year , when I had around 300 images , it has averaged around slightly above 1 each month for this year. Hence I was wondering if having more images would increase my chances of clocking a sale.
  5. When I browse through the forum, a lot of people suggest that you need to upload as many images as possible for higher chances of sales. While I do understand that it works on the probability of your image appearing in a search and hence a higher chance of sale , what would be the other criterias for the chance of sale to be higher ?? Dont know if we can put a number, but what could be the average sale per annum for the following, according to you 1. <1000 images 2. >1000<5000 images 3. >5000<10000 images 4. >10000 images Thanks in advance for the
  6. http://www.cntraveller.in/story/where-to-shop-in-panaji/ One of mine - ODKF Image Rakesh
  7. Country: Worldwide Usage: Editorial Media: Editorial website Industry sector: Travel & tourism Image Size: Any size Start: 20 May 2016 End: 20 May 2021 Novel use, xxxx only Price $ 1.42 ??? Really ?? How can anyone sell an image for 5 yrs , any size at $1.42 ???? Anyone else has such experience ??
  8. D1THGW Krishnan V Daily Mail .September 8th http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/travel_news/article-2747628/Drunk-British-man-runs-airport-runway-area-strips-naked-dances-stunned-holidaymakers-manages-avoid-arrest.html
  9. Thanx for finding this one, Bryan. But how did you manage to narrow down the names ? The copyright just says 'Alamy' http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/travel_news/article-2747628/Drunk-British-man-runs-airport-runway-area-strips-naked-dances-stunned-holidaymakers-manages-avoid-arrest.html
  10. Aamby Valley in Sahara Lake City in Maharashtra state, India, D8J082, Rakesh Dhareshwar/Alamy The Guardian has already had the image on its website for this month . My account showed this image as zoomed in March . But my account has yet to show it as sale . I had two queries which I would be glad to get an answer for 1. What is the average time you have experienced between an actual sale and the time it shows on your account . 2. Is it possible a sale was effected and the details were never updated on the contributors account ? Thanks a lot for the answers, in advance.
  11. Is there any co-relation between zooms and sales ? Most of images I sold never showed on the 'zoom' update and hence the question .
  12. Ya ..Common Kestrel , based on the yellow leg colour . Lesser would have reddish coloured legs .
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