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John Mitchell

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About John Mitchell

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    Vancouver, BC

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    https://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={48859124-75D9-492B-AC7B-8B85D60F45EC}&name=John+Mitchell
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    28 Jan 2003

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  1. Thanks for the link. I only just got around to switching from a "classic" template, which I liked better than the new one in some respects. Hopefully, the latest new toys will be as "amazing" as they say. Encouraging to hear that someone is still at the helm. Still tumbleweeds over at my PS website...
  2. I know these questions have been discussed before, but I don't recall the answers. If you move images to a newly created pseudo and then delete the old pseudo, what happens to the Alamy ranking of the moved images? I believe that new pseudos are assigned an "average" rank, so would all the moved images lose the rank (high or low) that they had in the old pseudo? I get a headache thinking about this stuff...🤕
  3. It seems that people's experience with repeat-sellers varies a lot. I've noticed an uptick in the number of older images re-selling during the pandemic, which seems to coincide with my big drop in zooms. This is a bit of a double-edged sword. Having a stable of dependable repeat-sales has been really important for me when it comes to generating consistent income. However, a higher proportion of them licensing relative to newer images doesn't seem like a positive trend. It's not a good a idea to become too dependent on old work. Hmmm...
  4. When I look at my monthly sales reports, I see that typically at least 50% of the images that have licensed are repeat-sellers? How about you? P.S. I average about 14 sales per month -- 9 sales so far this month, and 6 of them are repeat-sellers.
  5. Mine showed up in my PayPal account on Oct. 7th.
  6. I'm sure you miss NYC, but you're on the right side of the Atlantic.😧
  7. I downloaded a mushroom ID app called Shroomify from Google Play, and it looks good so far. There appear to be Canada, US, and UK versions (android and iPhone)
  8. COVID fatigue is going to be an increasingly serious problem. There was an anti-mask rally in downtown Vancouver recently -- only about 1000 Covidiots but still disturbing. That said, the majority of people here tend to be doing all the right things (as I'm sure Betty is). Still, it promises to be a long winter...
  9. Thanks for the tip. I'll give it a try.
  10. Sorry to hear that. Better get tested yourself. Best of luck,
  11. All terrific images, but "Got You" really got me.
  12. I've always found US beers to be bland and watery, plus I'm not really a fan of traditional Canadian mass-produced beers (Molson, Labatts, etc.) either. I do like beer cold, especially in summer. Fortunately, Vancouver has a thriving craft beer scene, and there are some really tasty brews available. Not surprisingly, I guess, the best selling Mexican beer is Corona, which IMO is the country's worst beer and the one that tastes the most like US beer. I too am a fan of Negra Modelo. Dos Equis Ambar is a favourite as well. Don't know if you've tried it.
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