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    https://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={B7AAAB5D-80E9-49EF-9BD4-C3EDD27D66A5}&name=john+wreford
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    28 Jul 2004

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  1. Would love some suggestions on a laptop for around £500 Prefer new rather than refurbished Will be running the usual suspects of LR and PS Smaller screen rather than larger-light as used on the road Not editing masses of images at once but maybe a few hundred per batch of 24mb raw files and a bit of video from time to time Still unsure of minimum spec Appreciate your input Stay healthy
  2. Thanks for all the above input. Regarding repair, I think its a possibility but its over 6 years old now and well used and feel I would be better adding the £100 or so it would cost to a new/newer one. Am keeping an eye on ipad pros but think am not there yet. Since it will be used on the road size is a consideration, as I see it my current one is around 15 inch but quite bulky so a 15 inch or less assuming later versions would be a tad thinner. I have seen a lot of refurbished Lenovos on ebay etc but unsure of what minimum spec I can settle for other than 8gb or up. P
  3. So no sooner does work dry up so does my laptop. Need to find a temporary replacement ideal for travel once that's a possibility. Usual requirements of running light room and photoshop and handling 24mb files. Not huge quantities at a time and very little video. Budget is key here. So Windows I guess-what can I get away with. I know this has been covered previously but wonder if anything new on the market may meet my needs. Stay safe everybody Thanks
  4. Am considering a tablet for basic editing while on the road, lightroom/ps. Downloading to portable storage if I have too- But all the hard work when I get back- I don't usually shoot tons of images and for now about 24mb raw files Uploading to Alamy would be useful but not essential Usual email, blog & social media updating I have read the usual reviews and the top end is obvious but what more reasonably priced ones could I manage to work with? Thank you
  5. I have been asked to invoice a client for an image used as the cover of a book and am not sure how to price it. The client I have worked with previously, the editor am connected to on social media so have a reasonable relationship, they asked me a year and half ago to submit some images for possible use and I thought they had changed their mind until I received an invitation to the book launch featuring one of my images, I got in touch and they said I should invoice, we had at no point discussed a price, a quick look up of pricing on Alamy suggests something around $600 depending on print run
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