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  1. A typical Australian shed roof made of corrugated iron, with a lot of copy space.
  2. My three: The Great Air Race Memorial in Fannie Bay, marks the point where the first aerial flight from London England to Darwin Australia landed in 1919. 11th Nov, 2018. Commemoration for Remembrance Day for the centenary of the Armistice, at the Darwin Cenotaph on Bicentennial Park in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia. 25th April 2018. Australian military at the parade for Anzac Day 2018 in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia
  3. From the festival last weekend in my town: And at a nearby park, near the beach:
  4. Hi there, I took a few month ago a few photographs of something that I was thinking was already fully represented on Alamy. But I find it beautiful and took a few photos anyway. Uploaded the images and once online, checked my keyword to see what was the competition...Only my pics came up. Since then the series has been zoomed three time and yesterday it sold for the first time. On the sales report it says iQ sale, what does iQ mean? Does anyone know? Have a good day, Regis
  5. Hi Michael, Thank you for including one of mine, I really didn't expect it, as sports is not really my thing. And also, because I honestly believed that many photographs were much better than mine. Good luck everybody.
  6. Hi there, Looking at this link: https://www.boredpanda.com/embassies-around-the-world/ I would say that it should not be too difficult. Have a good day, Regis
  7. I know that, but I was just wondering if in a place like Alamy, the file size would make a difference. For what it is, I am actually rather happy with the sales I got with such a small number of photographs here. Thanks all for the replies, that was instructive. Have a good day, Regis P.S: I nearly bought a Fuji S-2 Pro a few years ago, but at the time Nikon had just released the D100, and I went with it. I liked it until I got a D2X. But yes today, for personal stuff, I do prefer something like the Fuji X-100. Just personal taste really. Some people like stamps or old motorbikes or airplanes, I like cameras... Lucky that I also use them as working tools.
  8. Hi there, Yes I remember the Kodak DCS 200, was the first digital camera I worked with, as assistant in a big studio. At the time it was more expensive than a car, and from memory, was around 1.5MP It was attached to a computer because it could not save the images to a card... And we felt like the kings of the world using it... Probably because we were young... Now about the Fuji X-100, I am not looking for a smaller camera, I just want one that I have fun when using it. This is a camera that I really like not just for the small size, but also because it reminds me of the cameras that I used a few years ago, that had films inside. I am very happy with the quality of image that it produce, I was just wondering if having more MP would make a big difference in sales. If it is not huge, I might wait for the new version. I think that I read somewhere that a Fuji manager said that in 2020 they will have a new one coming out, with a new sharper lens and better autofocus, and maybe weather sealing. So I will try to make my old one last a bit more. If it dies before that, I might go for an X-Pro2. Thank you all for the multiple replies, much appreciated. Have a good day, Regis
  9. Ok. I was just wondering how did you manage the paraglide and the camera at the same time...
  10. GrandMa filming a kids choir with her mobile phone at the Mindil Beach market in Darwin Australia.
  11. Hi Alex and Colin, Thanks for the replies. The reason I ask is because I work every days in a job where I use mostly two Nikon, a D800 and a D810, and an array of lenses and lights. Mostly indoor. So for what I do outside of work, I just want to have fun, trying to keep pleasure in the craft if I may say. As such I use a small Fuji X-100, the original one with a 12Mp sensor. This is what I have been using for a while for the photographs that I upload on Alamy. Apart for the past few weeks where I used my child camera (a more recent X-100) as mine was at the repair shop. While using my child's camera, I realised that mine was rather old and that maybe I should use a newer one? I actually really enjoy the small and light little fuji, even if it is not perfect. So I might continue with that for a little while. Until a new version with a better lens comes out. Thank you for your time and advice. Have a good day, Regis
  12. Hi WillN, In the past I tried to submit some of them among other photographs that were more "standard", and they got rejected as soft and lacking definition or something like that. Recently I submitted two of them, just by themselves (Like the one below) and put the name Defocused view of an outdoor marquee, in the submission title. So as to show that it was deliberate and not a focus mistake. They did pass without any trouble. Maybe that is the way to do it? Have a good day, Regis
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