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Suman Acharya

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  1. just some examples: extreme of negligence and people complain of ridiculously low sales in spite of competitive images on board!! these images are captioned as Air Show and keyworded for the same.
  2. Colourful India! Street of Gorakhpur City, Uttar Pradesh
  3. ....and if caption is missed, they move that image to the stock route. if you don't want that image in regular stock, you'd probably like to delete it before qc review.
  4. Alamy Live News images aren't removed because of caption, keywords, etc. The news team will often edit captions and the photographer can edit in Manage Images. News images are removed if the news team feels they aren't newsworthy or have obvious flaws. maybe. but what if there are no caption, no keywords. do they caption and keyword your images then?
  5. WowAmazing!! they've a DMCA claim form, have filled it? http://www.wowamazing.com/about-us/#DMCA .
  6. thanks for the views ... every opinion is right!! use it when you need it, otherwise .....!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  7. This website may be useful for finding reptiles according to their location
  8. thanks guys. when I googled i thought it as Changeable lizard but couldn't conclude because of the colour. they are common here but its colour confused me. search further for Calotes
  9. Hetauda, Central Region, Nepal and I think they are also in India, we are pretty similar in nature and weather.
  10. Hi fellow photographers and experts, can anyone please help me find this lizard's common and scientific name... thank you. SUMAN
  11. thank you. yes macro is interesting. love insects buts its very hard to find their common and scientific name for me..if you don't mind a little suggestion for keywording animal and plant photos you also write their common name and scientific name too for the increased chance of exposure, like that of your Baboon, Sea Lion photos...your wasp photo (i doubt it is a wasp either hoverfly or a bee, don't know for sure) has only four keyword...and your Sea Lion photo doesn't have the word "sea" with it. I try to annotate a photo with at least 10-15 essential words.
  12. news images can be shot with 2.7MP (5MB uncompressed) camera and doesn't go the stock route of qc. but if anything is wrong (by mistake, of course) like caption, description or blank keyword field or date of the photo or some kind of IPTC error, they move the image to stock qc and they are sure to fail there. You did not mention news upload in your post? Don't think mistakes,think positive and get it right. Regards Craig i always check my images at least at 100%....not thinking about mistake, i uploaded some news images just didn't realise the dates were older and they moved my images to stock from news but they passed qc.. and i went on thinking just in case...!!!
  13. yes...exactly!! who need it, will use it...otherwise let it be there just in case...
  14. news images can be shot with 2.7MP (5MB uncompressed) camera and doesn't go the stock route of qc. but if anything is wrong (by mistake, of course) like caption, description or blank keyword field or date of the photo or some kind of IPTC error, they move the image to stock qc and they are sure to fail there.
  15. you are right and your images are beautiful. I am talking about mistakenly submitting. If I select 100 images from a pool of 250 images, i can mistakenly upload 99 good + 1bad which i know after submitting then what? 99 good images are at a risk to fail and my qc history would be harmed. about annotation - if they reject your images for lots of noise, blur, soft focus, lacking definition how could you annotate it?? in the example image of yours the main subject which you want to portray is in focus, other things matter less.
  16. Hi all and Alamy, we may sometimes mistakenly submit one or two images that are not upto Alamy standard in a batch of hundreds (as I did). If you know you are gonna fail QC but you can't delete or cancel the submitted images other than wait for failure (you already know the reason yourself). Wouldn't it be nice if there is a Cancel Submission button with every batch or submission? we don't want to harm qc history, and it would also save reviewers' time in case unintentional mistake is made with submitting.
  17. beautiful shots. hello from Nepal.
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