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  1. 1 hour ago, TeeCee said:

    Sun online, weather story

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/5449040/uk-weather-forecast-latest-met-office-snow-rain-temperatures/

     

    One of mine, plus.the following two...

     

    M19X8E.jpg

    Keith J Smith, Live News - Northampton

     

    and this, credited to Live News, but can't find it.

    nintchdbpict0003810151061.jpg?strip=all&

     

     

     

     

     

    Sun online, convert fahrenheit to centigrade...

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/3849745/fahrenheit-to-celsius-hottest-temperature-recorded-uk/

    busbridge-ln-godalming-uk-21st-june-2017

    James Jagger  Godalming   N00FA6

    One of these images also in the Scottish Sun, as well as two others.  Cant find them in Alamy Live News

    https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/news/2152536/scotland-weather-rain-wind-uk-heat-14c-cold-conditions/

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  2. The interface is just that. You still keyword in Lightroom, but the plugin enables Lightroom to ‘talk to’ Alamy, retrieve data from the website, and send data to it. It means you can download all your keywords and check them for misspellings etc, you can work out which images don’t have super tags and a whole host of other things. I’m still working out all that it can do.

  3. 7 hours ago, ebersonimages said:

    NYCat. thanks for the input.  I am glad I am not the only one "challenged."  I think the manual will help.  If the process is not intuitive and is too cumbersome I will just stick with my other sites.  

    Charles

    You can keyword in Lightroom if you want, then use the plugin Alamy Bridge to set the metadata. This can even be done before the images have passed QC.

  4. Not sure I understand what’s happened to you. As far as I remember the initial process, when your first three photos pass, that is effectively the same thing as having passed QC. Adding keywords and caption doesn’t then put the photo into another approval process. So whichever three initial photos were approved and started your career on Alamy, they will go on sale as soon as you have added the appropriate information (and the system updates itself), and you didn’t need to upload them again. 

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  5. 9 hours ago, Onuchcha said:

    Dear alamy, 

    I am Jahangir alam as a contributor of alamy.
    last 1/2 week i saw a problem in alamy site "Uploading Problem" and "Uploading too slow"
    I try to upload my 15 MB file uploading time to do 35 minute to up...than error!! 
    I try to several time...but, same problem...than
    My Net connection is ok...I try to others site is uploading thats the ok and fine...
    what i do?? Plz Help any one know that...

    I have also been having problems uploading lately.  Group of photos ends up being split into 3 or 4 different uploads which is annoying, and that's using Alamy Bridge FTP.

  6. Just now, Niels Quist said:

     

    Sorry Sally.

    It wasn't to be rude.

    You seem more experienced than I am here.

     

    Niels

    I didn't take it as such and I am sorry if my reply appeared to be curt.  it wasn't meant to be so.  Just grateful for all of the responses and glad that there is such a clear easy answer to the question.

     

    As for experience, I still feel very much a newbie. Less than a year on here....

  7. 1 minute ago, Niels Quist said:

     

    Probably just an enlarged canvas you hadn't cropped close enough? Have been there also - but found it myself and reuploaded as I didn't want any to see my lack of quality :)

     

    As to real borders Alamy is quite clear in their terms and guidelines that they don't want them.

     

    Niels

    Thanks. I think that question has been answered and settled!

  8. 1 minute ago, NYCat said:

    No. I was doing it for some Stockimo submissions but that question was answered as not being advisable. The client wants all the pixels available for their use. I think the same would be true in the main collection. An obvious vignette would also interfere with the client wanting their own crop.

     

    Paulette

    Ok, ta very much.

  9. 9 hours ago, MDM said:

     

    All the info specific to your machine will be in the manual (available online and sometimes comes as an electronic version with the Mac if you don't have a paper version). You can see what is already installed by going About This Mac in the Apple Menu and choosing Memory. The type of memory and the speed is specific to each model. If there are say 4 RAM slots, then you will have them in pairs and the two sticks in a pair have to match exactly. For example, if you already have 2x4GB, you should have two empty slots so you can put an extra 2x4 or 2x8 in but you have to put in pairs and they have to match (in other words you can't put one 4GB and one 8GB). How much you can have in total will be determined by the machine.

     

    There is a company called Mac Upgrades based near Cambridge who have excellent for customer service. They sell parts for all ages of Macs, many of which are difficult to get. They have a facility on their website where you can type in the serial number of your Mac and it will tell you what is compatible. Alternatively I would recommend Jigsaw 24. They are a Mac dealer in Nottingham and they also have excellent customer service. I buy my stuff from them rather than direct from Apple. They were way cheaper than Apple for buying extra memory at the time I bought the Mac.

     

     

    Cheers, ordered and awaiting them.

  10. 1 hour ago, Robert M Estall said:

    If you go to the Crucial site it will offer to analyse your system. The main benefit is it will see how your RAM slots are configured. The most likely configuration will be all four slots with 2 GB so that to upgrade you will have to lose 2 x 2 of your existing RAM That takes you down to 4 GB and adding 2 x 4 GB only increases you to 12. But if you have 2 x 4 GB and two empty slots, your new 2 x 4 will take you up to 14. My 27" iMac is a little earlier than your fusion drive model and it will take a maximum of 32 GB. I would be surprised if your model won't take 8 GB RAM chips. I replaced just two of my slots with 8 GB chips taking me to 20 GB and have never had any problems. My guess is that the cost in The US would be about $100. Kingston is one of the other main brands. The main benefits will be the ability to keep lots of applications open and ability to work on huge files if you have a big sensor and use lots of layers. General speed is less likely to show a big boost.

     

    In the 27" iMac you open a little panel just under the apple symbol and pull out the chips and slide in the new ones. It's not such an easy DIY task on the 21" and you may have to take it to a repair shop. Apple don't like you doing it yourself as they charge a LOT more for these upgrades. The term "Rip-Off" springs to mind.

    I've got the same problem and need to get some more RAM for my 27" iMac.  An earlier reply seemed to suggest that if there are 2x4GB already, it's best to stick to anther 2x4GB, but other information I have read suggests you can put whatever you like in, as long as they are the same, eg 2 x8GB.  Which is best, or does it simply depend on cost/speed needed?

  11. Updated, or so I thought to the second update of High Sierra on my iMac. Closed down my computer as we were away a few days. Fired it up upon return only to discover that it wouldn’t do so, as OSX was “ missing or damaged”. Finally managed to get it going again, but this appears to be a common problem given the number of threads on other forums about it. So it may not be completely bug free. 

  12. On 18/01/2018 at 19:17, Justin Case said:

    All you need to know about Tone Curve in Lightroom
    https://youtu.be/cGib3rR8zG0

    That one is probably a bit beyond me, but it’s useful to understand what the panel does. I’ve now looked at some of the earlier videos that I missed about the Library module, learned a couple of little things I didn’t know. What struck me is whether it’s possible to have a crib sheet for all of the shortcuts mentioned in the videos, as it’s hard to remember them all!

  13. 37 minutes ago, Jill Morgan said:

    I have been trying to decide whether to use the Adobe Portfolio that comes with the Photography subscription.  I know it never hurts to have your images out there on as many platforms as possible, but wonder if it is worth the time an effort. I have a website at the moment (I use Piwigo) but am always considering upgrading to something like Zenfolio, etc.

     

    Anyone using the Adobe Portfolio, and if so, what do you think of it?

     

    Jill

    I signed up with Zenfolio just before Xmas. Ive made a start on a website, and so far am impressed with the flexibility of what it can do. I can give you a code for a 10% discount if you decide to go with it. 

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