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Dave Richards

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  1. Five sales in August, magazine and newspaper, totalling a modest $$. No sales this month but I've seen a significant increase in zooms over the last couple of weeks. Fingers crossed some translate into a sale or two some time soon.
  2. Hi Ana, good to have you with us. I think I read somewhere in a past thread that Alamy strip out the EXIF data, so I don’t think you need to have any concern whether or not you complete that information. I don’t claim to be an expert, but if you intend to use the images elsewhere or online, it may be best to include at least the copyright info. Hope things go well for you.
  3. The D90 is OK, it's what I used when I started with Alamy and I still use it from time to time as a back up body. Wish you well.
  4. Just a suggestion, for your first submission it may be better for you to just take and submit three good quality photo's taken with a suitable DSLR, rather than risk a rejection on questionable scans. The pictures can be of anything within reason, as long as they meet Alamy QC requirements.
  5. I'd happily accept a couple more right now to kick my account balance over $50
  6. You're not alone, I had one of those come in today.
  7. Sorry Martin, I can't offer any other advice other than what Gillian and Chuck have already covered. Good luck.
  8. Hi Martin. If you look in the additional revenue options section on your dashboard you will see that you can sign up to submit images for live news. All the information you need can be found there. I don't think there is any alternative route for news images.
  9. I think it may be a Spiraea. John just got in before me. His ID looks bang on to me.
  10. Warm socks...……………...winter is coming!! I'm a humble 3 star but my submissions uploaded in the evening always clear by the close of the following day.
  11. There is a good article on this topic in this weeks Amateur Photographer.
  12. Be patient and wait, things are a little slower at the moment. They will clear eventually.
  13. Thanks, that proves it; I'm definitely no expert. but...………….sedge warblers have a distinct pale band above the eye which isn't entirely clear from your picture. Not sure about their geographical territory but might it be a reed warbler? I'll shut up now before I dig too big a hole for myself!
  14. Not entirely certain and I'm no expert, but it looks to me like it could be a marsh warbler.
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