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About mirzamlk

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    http://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={E8CB98C7-246A-4EAF-92B9-A4452B667F36}&name=Abdullah+beg+Mirza
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    17 May 2015
  1. My sincere apology if I had offended you. But you need to understand two points. 1. English is not my native language. ( Mantis was described as Grasshopper ) 2. I use a very slow 2g network in India. ( it takes 5-10 min for an image to load for someone to see. ) Keywording Problem Yes. ( I will improve it. ) Copying from others. LOL. Not my nature. I use Yuri's tool for key wording. Hope you will guide me in future. I remain. Happy New Year (Love Your Work.)
  2. Thank you for your suggestions. Just because keywords are not relevant it does not mean they were copied. There are many key wording tools available online. There is no need to Copy from some ugly monsters. I think one can better focus on the image one shoot. its the image that speak for itself. There are no secret keywords. SS has a system to automatically remove irrelevant keywords just at the time of posting. There is no need to whine and create scenes. instead use that time shooting more images better images.... versatile images. Thank you for your valuable time. NO OFFENSE..... NONE TAKEN. Cheers........ Mak.
  3. Though this is my second post. I belong to a very remote town of Junagadh - Gujarat. I use age old Canon 350d & 18-55mm kit lens. A learning soul trying to justify the subject. I would like you guys to check my images and feel free to comment. That will really improve my work. regards mirzamlk
  4. Thank you very much dear friend for the all important suggestions. I was little bit worried about the technicality, composition and style.... coz I am new to this field don't have much knowledge. But you have just motivated me. Sure I will try to shoot wide variety of subject. Though learning to use natural light to full advantage. Thank you again for your kind words. Malik
  5. Glad to hear that you visited my city. Now a days we don't have steam engines. But trains are running on diesel engine. I agree with you to turn the tables. Though 18-55mm have some limitation but it sure gives good images. Do be my guest if next time you come to Junagadh. Mirza Malik
  6. I took the shot of flower or leaves only because there was nothing to shoot on that particular day. Normally flowers/leaves are not my likings. it just happen that those shots were approved. What about the kid sitting near a wall or boy with camera. Need your valuable suggestions on that too.
  7. I took the shot of flower or leaves only because there was nothing to shoot on that particular day. Normally flowers/leaves are not my likings. it just happen that those shots were approved. What about the kid sitting near a wall or boy with camera. Need your valuable suggestions on that too.
  8. Nice little thoughts and suggestions. I really appreciate for such support. I think the best way for someone like me is to shoot conceptual images. Thank you very much for allotting your precious time to guide someone like me.
  9. Thank for your all valuable tips. Successful keywording is the master key to sell images. one more thing, if I am not annoying you people. Please feel free to critisize my images and do suggest ways to avoid the error and improve my work.
  10. Thank you very much. I will remove those keywords and add new. it was very kind of you to visit my profile.
  11. hi everyone I am new to Alamy with only couple of images approved. I would like to ask the forum to please help to improve my work, and shoot better images. I use age old Canon 350d & 18-55mm lenses. Photography is my hobby. I am a Mathematics Teacher by Profession. I am from a very remote town named Junagadh - Gujarat - India.
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