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    https://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={E9168CD9-38A8-4274-858E-6197A25BDCFE}&name=Tony+Farrugia
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  • Joined Alamy
    11 Apr 2013
  1. Hi everyone I've only been a member for 3 / 4 months - I use "Landscape" or "portrait" to describe the image orientation. The reason I have been doing this is because… the buyer can use image selection criteria: - landscape -portrait -panoramic -square After reading the discussions above - i'm starting to get a little confused? Any comments. Tony
  2. Please ignore this post. I believe I have an eyesight problem and intend to make an appointment with my optician. My images are on display -
  3. Has any body else experienced this problem … This is a copy of an email I've submitted to member services… --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This issue has happened twice - could you explain why. I submit Live News images e.g. yesterday marked 3rd August. They display in the Live News Feed - with all the other images submitted from other photographers. Do-day (5th August) may images are on display. Mid morning my images are not on display - but ready for me to keyword in my Manage Images. Other photographers who submitted their
  4. I would just like to say I attended this workshop last week. Martin is very, very knowledgable about the Stock industry. He shared his experiences and knowledge - showing examples of his work, explaining how to create concept images for different markets, doing keyword exercises, analysing images and explaining how to shoot to illustrate articles. I came away from this workshop more knowledgeable and inspired - just like the other attendees. I would recommend this workshop to any one new to stock photography. I've only been shooting stock for 12 weeks.
  5. JohnB Thanks for your comments. I will be more careful when Key-wording, and won't use the " " - any more.
  6. Re image: DA6GX8 Any advice on why this image was displayed to a customer who used the following search term: "black businessman uk" Keywords used: Yes - I used the keywords: businessman, UK Yes - I have use the keywords: "black and white" "black & white" b&w bw Question: how should I have key-worded this image to indicate that the image is "black & white", and not a black businessman. Thanks for any advice. Tony
  7. I'm a recent contributor and new to key-wording. In a previous post on Key-wording - some-one mentioned the importance of having Key-Words in the correct order. Could you please comment / explain this. Thanks Tony
  8. I'm a recent contributor and new to key-wording. In a previous post on Key-wording - some-one mentioned the importance of having Key-Words in the correct order. Could you please comment / explain this. Thanks Tony
  9. My main camera is a Canon 5d mk 1 with a 24-70 lens. I'm looking for something smaller, less conspicuous - say a Canon EOS M or Fuji X Pro1. Any thoughts or advice appreciated. Tony
  10. Thanks for your replies. Yes - Aperture orders keywords alphabetically. - Not what I was hoping for! Flintstone - Hi - thank-you Tony
  11. Hi every one - just saying hello, I've just recently been accepted as a contributor to Alamy. I'm new to stock photography, and I'm trying to get my head around the rules / conventions of Key wording - any advice appreciated! I've noticed there is a key word plugin for Light Room. Is there a plugin for Aperture? Do any members use Aperture for key wording images, if so could you offer any advice on how you use it / work flow. Thanks Tony
  12. Hi every one - just saying hello, I've just recently been accepted as a contributor to Alamy. I'm new to stock photography, and I'm trying to get my head around the rules / conventions of Key wording - any advice appreciated! I've noticed there is a key word plugin for Light Room. Is there a plugin for Aperture? Do any members use Aperture for key wording images, if so could you offer any advice on how you use it / work flow. Thanks
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