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Rich Wagner

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  1. I am new to Alamy as well, and after 4 successful submissions after the initial 3 test images, I had a submission of 200 images rejected based on "noise" in one image. I assume that all other images need to be re-uploaded, correct? I will make smaller uploads, since "noise" is rather subjective, and I will group those difficult images into their own upload. The noise when shooting wildlife at dusk is not the same as shooting in broad daylight or studio flash, even with a D850 Nikon. Ouch. Crank up the noise reduction and lose detail, or allow the end user to decide how much "noise" is too
  2. The CA issue is a big problem for those of us who use long, fast lenses, even with LR/ACR's new CA ("Defringe") tools. Some recent parrot shots of mine taken in Cuba with 800mm of lens come to mind... From the author of the code: The new Defringe controls are designed to fix axial (longitudinal) CA, color aberrations due to ghosting or flare, and color aberrations (thin fringes) due to charge leakage, which affects some CCD sensors. Some context on axial/longitudinal CA: - It can happen anywhere in the image (not just image borders). - It affects nearly all "fast" (wide aperture)
  3. The saga continues... After discovering my images on Lattice this week (early Feb 2015) and after being invited to "curate" collections, I discovered the watermarking issue on large images, as described above, as well as the fact that I had been auto-enrolled and needed to opt-out. I was unaware that this problem had been ongoing since the rollout in October 2014. I was assured by Photoshelter that they are "working on an update to address the problem." When I asked when it would be released, I was told, "After meeting with the product team this afternoon, we can't offer up a
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