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Johannes

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About Johannes

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    Forum newbie

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  • Website URL
    http://www.jZoom.de

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Bietigheim-Bissingen, Germany
  • Interests
    Photography: Macro, Nature, Animal, Landscape, Architecture, People

    I am a hobby pilot.

Alamy

  • Alamy URL
    https://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={0AF0BE68-EE90-4598-AF87-40C1709245B2}&name=Johannes+Oehl
  • Images
    387
  • Joined Alamy
    30 Mar 2017

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  1. Hi there, I am new here and was looking around what the other photographers are uploading. I am wondering, if all the street photos with people have a model release? I have some photos, which I never uploaded somewhere, because I shot people, which are knowing, that I am taking a picture, but I have not asked them for a model release . How are you doing this here? Regards, Johannes
  2. Greetings to Düsseldorf (My daughter is studying in Essen)
  3. Thank you so much. Greetings to the "North"
  4. I often shoot images in Montreal, buildings events and all. I was there several times for business reasons. It's one of my favorite towns, because I felt home there (I have been grown up at french border, I loved the bistros there)
  5. Welcome Anett. I am new here, too. But it looks like that we have the same photography interests :-) Wish you a lot of sales! Best, Johannes
  6. Hello Gervais Montacute I have several cameras and lenses: Sony Alpha 7r II Vario-Tessar® T* FE 24–70 mm F4 ZA OSS FE 70–200 mm F4 G OSS Makro G OSS mit FE 90 mm F2.8 Nikon D800 AF Micro NIKKOR 105mm 1:2.8D AF-S NIKKOR 80–400 MM 1:4,5–5,6G ED VR AF-S Teleconverter TC-1.4E III AF NIKKOR 24mm 1:28D AF-S NIKKOR 50mm 1:1.8G Sigma 50mm F1,4 DG HSM | Art The 105mm and 24mm are now almost 20 years old. I used them on my analog Nikons before I switched to digital bodies. Regards, Johannes
  7. Hi Allan, thank you for the explanation. At the moment I am only working in full format; so future shots are no problem. But my older photos might have this issue, because this photos are done with a Panasonic TZ10 (small sensor, huge tele zoom). Best, Johannes
  8. Thank you so much, John. They are not all wildlife photos. Some are taken at zoo, too. But they are clearly tagged as zoo-photography or wildlife-photography.
  9. Thank you Allan for the kind words. I love your signature
  10. Hi Parafull, thank you for the kind words and thank you for visiting www.jZoom.de. Of course do I know Schwetzingen. I am working quite in the near. If you like palaces, you should go to Ludwigsburg (near Stuttgart). It has an impressive baroque garden like Schwetzingen. Regards, Johannes
  11. Ok, thank you all for the explanation. I have got it now. Sometimes it's hard to figure out the rules for an newbie. The photo which was rejected is technically perfect. But it has only 4000x3000px and it was not shot with a DSLR. The Panasonic DMZ-TZ10 was my first digital camera and preferred because of build-in GPS. My Nikon F90X was still in use but not on travels anymore. Now I have 2 cameras: Nikon D800 and a Sony alpha 7R II, which should fit definitely the quality goals of Alamy.
  12. Hi Niels, then I do not understand my last rejection: I had 2 uploads: one in the morning, one in the evening. But they where checked together and rejected, because the 1 upload contained a photo which was made with my Panasonic DMC-TZ10, which is not an DSLR. The upload in the evening was not checked separately. Regards, Johannes
  13. Hi there! Funny, that I got response from Canada. Just trying to geotag buildings from Montreal
  14. Hi Nils, I have read your links, which are explaining a lot, but not: what is a batch in the eyes of Alamy? Regards, Johannes
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