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About Cam

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  1. For those that are interested, here's what I got back from member services So the answer is you can't sent all of the data to alamy using metadata. From what I gather the lightbox plugin uses html posts to update your alamy image pages on line. As far as I know there is no official API for managing this data. Shame as it would save me a good deal of time if I could submit all of the data in one go rather than having to visit the site and add all of the other image attributes. Thank you for your replies. Cam
  2. Thanks for your replies, I have asked memberservices about this. I know that all the fields are not standard IPTC fields but I'm pretty sure that there is a way to do this. In my searching I came across this plugin for lightroom: http://www.lightroom-plugins.com/AlamyIndex.php Now, I know nothing about this plugin and will not be downloading it as it is not compatible with my software or workflow but I'd be interested to hear from anyone who uses it. However, if they can do it then it must be possible to do it either by adding metadata to the photo file or by some form of API.
  3. Hi everyone, Firstly, I apologize if this has been asked before but I could not find it. When sending images to the news feed using FTP I use the standard IPTC fields for headline, caption and keywords. I would like to be able to submit all or as many fields as possible at this stage so that I don't have to go back and use the image manager in alamy when the images go from news to general on sale. Is there a definitive list anywhere of which fields alamy can accept such as No of people, model released etc? Thanks for your help. Cam
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