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    http://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={B34115A8-0C7D-44C1-AB9E-E909F999F118}&name=Michael+R+Gibson
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  • Joined Alamy
    17 Feb 2016
  1. Thank you again for your replies. I can see where the 'simpler' type image camp is coming from, and if that is what Alamy are primarily interested in, then that's ok, so long as I know. Regarding my images, I like them. I can see where they might run foul of QC. The original image was shot with a 300mm lens from a very tall landmark. As quite usually happens, I found the image to be more interesting if cropped. Then, I played around with various colour settings, and finally put way too much noise on it. But I liked it. Ah, well! But once I have a few clean images uploaded, I'll upload the noisey, arty one and see what happens.
  2. Thank you all for your replies. I will take the advice given and wait before trying. I am on a little run of successful submissions at the moment! This may be heresy, but is the another stock photo site which is more open to these types of images?
  3. Hi, I am new to this forum, so forgive me if this question has been answered elsewhere. I would like to know if the name of an image infuences QC? For example, I have some images that I have deliberately added a lot of noise to, and changed the colours, altering the hue. If I was to upload the image, I suspect it would just fail QC, but if I changed the name to 'noisey, grainy blue hue photo of buildings', for example, would the image be more likely to pass QC? Any advice on how to get 'these types' of image through QC is also welcome! Thanks
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