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AM Chang

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About AM Chang

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    https://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={8526FF72-76A2-420E-9930-D79A815E0321}&name=Andre+M.+Chang
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  • Joined Alamy
    11 Jan 2009

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  1. I still have old three stars. I uploaded a batch of 6 images yesterday and they passed the QC queue today. It seems normal here, nothing new. andre
  2. David, Yes, you're right, I didn't notice that detail. Thank you, andre
  3. When I check Alamy Image Manager > Filters > Attributes > Non Exclusive Alamy check box The results also include: Submission failed (Failed QC) images, deleted and processing errors images. Anyone else? andre
  4. I think there is not much to worry about. Most of the pictures with blue sky I saw on the Alamy website, including mine, depending on the blue tone, they look "chunky" in the Alamy preview. At least on my laptop screen. andre
  5. Sad news. The Alamy community will miss such a dedicated photographer. Condolences and love to his family and friends. R.I.P. Keith Morris
  6. 1. The "easy" way is to add "attach" an image (from your local PC, laptop, etc.) when you post a twit. 2. Twits with auto preview image, well it may depend on how the sourced web page is structured, the image will or not appear automatically with the link. IMHO Andre
  7. The Sunday Times, September 1 2019 https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/the-week-in-pictures-ktk02g2vm The week in pictures Pic#5 - Notting Hill Carnival in London, Image ID: WB7YAM [Credit: Guy Corbishley/Alamy Live News] cheers, andre
  8. Now, returned to normal. Hi, I'm trying to visit the Live News Feed page (https://www.alamy.com/news/newsresults.aspx) and just shows: "No images to display. Please come back later." Sport, Entertainment feeds are ok. Anyone else? andre
  9. Days ago I took a brief look about darktable and RawTherapee, both installed on Linux Mint. Differences at a glance: [darktable] IPTC metadata editor panels: - Title, description, creator, publisher rights, tagging, geotagging. Lack of "headline" tab Development settings: - Simple raw development settings [RawTherapee] IPTC metadata editor panels: - More complete meta tabs (compared to darktable) Development settings: - More options, but I found it a bit confusing Cheers, andre
  10. 23rd August 2019 https://www.bbc.com/worklife/article/20190821-why-so-many-young-swedes-live-alone Scott Wilson, Image ID: PX8M8M [Alamy credit only] Chad Ehlers, Image ID: EY8BA2 [Alamy credit only] cheers, andre
  11. Log in with https://www.alamy.com/myalamy-aim.aspx?login=1 and ok. Andre
  12. Maybe young crust fungi (Kretzschmaria deusta)? https://www.mushroomexpert.com/kretzschmaria_deusta.html andre
  13. I take my hat off to Wim 😉 andre
  14. I don't know any agency - at least with those that I have worked - that provides that "complete" information (clients information). If a photographer uploads a photo for Agency "A", at the same time "A" provides to another partner distributor "B", and "B" provides to distributor "C" and "C" licenses to client "D". Agency "A" will go crazy to look for that publication/tear sheet/client. Imagine "A" asking "B", "B" asking "C" who is "D". And have to consider that the license date may not be the publication date, and it can be magazine, newspaper, internet, internal brochure, powerpoint presentation, etc. I prefer that the agency's staff work for marketing and selling my images, instead of looking/searching at the publication/tear sheets, which will surely cost time and money for human resources. The agencies do not work with a single photographer, not mentioning they have partner agencies, etc. It seems to be simple but it is complex.
  15. Looking at a miniature car 😉... It seems like a SsangYong Rexton first generation - Rexton W second facelift. Detail: Boot spoiler, rear quaterpanel, C-Pillar, rear light, front grille light. Alex's image: https://c7.alamy.com/comp/T5C7BG/car-driving-on-a-road-beside-a-frozen-lake-in-iceland-T5C7BG.jpg I have used Firefox, Ctrl+ (Maximum zoom level until 300%), helps to look at the details more quickly. Compared with: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SsangYong_Rexton -> Rexton W, second facelift (Rexton 2016) Andre
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