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Petr Toman

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    22 Feb 2013
  1. Actually if you are registered for News upload (even via web news upload not FTP) you have 600 characters for Caption and very specific IPTC data requirements (completely different to stock). I use the web news upload frequently as I haven't asked for FTP yet but I am registered for News - see My Alamy for those that haven't registered. News guidleines including metadata: http://www.alamy.com/contributor/help/news-picture-guidelines.asp Aha thats why, I applied, but so far didn't received the response, thank you for letting me know. I will wait a little bit more
  2. Hi everyone, I started to upload editorial sports images through the web upload (I dont have ftp yet). Those images have correct captions and headlines but the limitations to 128 letters is inadequate. I read in old article that news images have 300 letters. Can I alter it somehow? Or I just submit those with shortened caption, and the search engine will take it from IPTC? Thanks for help.
  3. I was just looking at the LG G3 on their site. May I ask you about your monthly contract? My iPhone used to run me $80 or $90 a month . . . and I just didn't use it that much. Now I really need a good phone. Are you with AT&T? Hi guys here is my 5 cents. If you are looking for new android phone there are 2 mandatory things to consider: 1. Dont believe the hype manufacturers are just bundling old chips to new phones etc. Just go to wikipedia to pages like this http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snapdragon_(system_on_chip) , check the phone you would like to buy, and what kind of chi
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