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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 images on the same date as me STILL have their images on display in the Live News Feed. Could you explain what's going on - why are my images disappearing from the News feed? Thanks Tony.
  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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