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Phil Crean

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  1. Well this happened to me yesterday; It was the second image in a group of 10. When the upload got to the end I clicked again on the Choose JPEG button and in the dialog box chose the file that was rejected, clicked upload and it went through ok. So a new mystery, what happened & why??? Am also on a iMAC with Safari.
  2. As stated before…. On claim form put Alamy claim 2013. Then in a separate e mail to dacs sent a copy of your Alamy statement from 2013. Easypeasy Phil
  3. I just received the mail from Alamy in which they say that as I am based outside the UK I cannot claim direct myself... For info: I have been successfully claiming directly from outside the UK for the last 3 years, and I've just completed this years claim form, and it shows my address as it has been for the last 3 claims, in Tenerife, Spain, and it went through without any problem. There may be an issue about new claims that does not affect me. Phil
  4. Link only shows 2 photos on… however maybe they pay x for 1st; then x/2 for 2nd; etc. Maybe...
  5. Unfortunately the Russia/China guys are unreachable so I write them off. Others I use Image Rights for and they have had mixed success. If you're in the UK and so is the infringer it's easy to DIY.
  6. Nice shot, Phil. Did you de-saturate or convert to black and white? Things have changed -- except the sin bin, of course -- since upsizing days. This begs the next question -- Does this type of image sell on Alamy? No desaturation or anything converted. This is how it was! As I said not sold yet, but I live in hope
  7. I'd send it. Here's one I sent when we had to upsize to 48mb: Hasn't sold yet though
  8. With LR you import your existing library into the LR catalogue, no need to create a new one. Then just use LR to add to your existing library as you add more photos. LR effectively becomes a database management system with a few extras Adobe have some great videos to help you understand how it works. On the "Help" menu look at "Lightroom Online" and follow the link to "Learn & Support". Takes a while to get into the way it works but well worth the effort. Good luck
  9. Bit late to this! I've been away and just looked in. Delighted to have made the final 8 and congrats to the well deserved winner.
  10. Careful with Italian publishers…Have had few bad experiences with mainstream publications ripping off photos and then blatantly ignoring all efforts to communicate. If you find one interested get paid up front, and don't send any usable images before the money is in the bank.
  11. Right click on any of the panel names in Develop mode and a list of Panels will come up. Make sure the ones you want are ticked.
  12. OK, Here's one…... Swan Bells tower in Perth Australia, pointing the way Another….. Real life vs Ad life perspective And finally... Moody perspective
  13. Had the same about a week ago, after about a half dozen times restarting the upload process from scratch they went through ok. Still don't know why??? Edit: It was Sunday morning here so similar time and day!!!
  14. Ok, got there after about 6 tries! Must have been a log jam on tinternet Phil
  15. Trying to upload some news stuff but uploader sticking at between 1 - 4% on 1st file. Anyone else having this problem today? Have logged out, and cleared caches etc. Also uploaded elsewhere without problems. Phil
  16. The patent is very specific, even down to what lens was used, impossible to enforce as far as I can see(not a patent lawyer!)
  17. Another glitch…. This morning I had images passed ready for keywording but the "Images not on sale" had not updated to show this.
  18. Ah yes, that should do it. It's been so many years since I set up my LR presets that I'd forgotten about import presets. Many thanks. Alan De nada!
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