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Matt Limb

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About Matt Limb

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    https://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={8982A13A-1AF2-448E-B7B0-0F26216CF9DF}&name=Matt+Limb
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  1. 1 - 3 sales per month with a collection of just over 4,0000 ...... you are doing about the average - in my experience
  2. To one and all ..... how long before Alamy is listed amongst the many micro stock agencies? Not the professional editorial agency we joined.
  3. Allen you did, my original schedule was returning from France last night hence my no attendance reply; but made an earlier return. Maybe next time ...
  4. Missed it again .............. and drove past Cambridge about 1:30 on my way back. Maybe next time ...
  5. LR in my understanding only 'keeps' 1:1 preview for a period of time to prevent the files from becoming massive and then issues with backing up. It is not unusual to have to rebuild previews on older collections.
  6. Work harder with the Nikon which is far more versatile to make enough for the drone then you will have both ...
  7. I use much less than in the film era ... the software can lift that shadow detail But for news of people, which is occasionally, it helps is well balanced
  8. But that is back up ... a replica of your working drive or that is my take on it and has been for years I refer as archive the ability to store secure files I may, or may not, need in the future that is not every day working files. Have a look at the google drive, which I use for this function ... acts like an external drive on the desktop and provided you set up correctly my understanding is it retains all files. Hope that helps
  9. Have to agree with Keith, backup is not an option it is key and integral to work Many years ago I was taught by the IT industry - Backup is a 3 - 2 - 1 principle 3 Copies of everything 2 Copies on different media 1 Copy stored off-site How you do it matters not but with this principle you are pretty well covered
  10. Do not hesitate, all my Nikon bodies, lenses and accessories for any issues go to them - they are first class and very helpful
  11. Thanks, John, and I would agree once set up just walk away - and recently found I can access and download individual files when away from the office if need
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