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Robbe Nagel

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About Robbe Nagel

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  1. They are marked as 'Not on Sale' in the dashboard, they are marked as 'On Sale' in the manager so that is not an issue.
  2. Hello there, Roughly 30 minutes ago, I received an e-mail that my photos have passed through QC (this is my first time). I filled in the required title and tags for these photos and now they are marked as 'On Sale'. But when I go to my dashboard, these same photos are still marked as 'Not on Sale', neither can I find these photos on Alamy. Does Alamy need some more time to process them to put them the website and everything is fine or am I doing something wrong? Thanks in advance. Robbe
  3. Thanks for the advice MDM, I'll see what I can do to cranck up the quality of the image and try again. If it doesn't work out I might consider buying a digital camera.
  4. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1LEnpbHMOuqpvp9PoNcnhIjuDSZHnVFWf/view?usp=sharing I've done it through Google Drive, hope this is fine as well. This is an older and unedited version, in my final image there are no dust spots anymore.
  5. Can you send me your e-mail, I think it's best to e-mail an image to you to give you an idea of the quality I offer.
  6. You're right, I've noticed quite some dust specs. Luckily my drive for perfection makes it easier to beautifully clean up the smallest fractions of dust. Sometimes I even find myself at 500%+ to make the photo spotless
  7. I use the Canon CanoScan 9000F Mark II, this scanner can scan up to 9600 dpi.
  8. Thanks Bryan, It's great to hear that film still is a possibility. See, I just like to shoot photos anyways when I'm on vacation and the ones I really like and think are of great quality can be put up for sale. It's not my intention to make a living of this, so every little bit of income is nice. I'm excited to see whether these scans will go through QC! Bryan, could you help me out with one more thing however. You mentioned 'the normal route' and 'through archival'. I'm not yet familiar with these terms, do you mind explain what you mean with those? Thanks!
  9. Hi, I'm Robbe Nagel and I'm new to this platform. I'm a student who loves to shoot with analog camera's (using film of course). I notice that this platform is naturally dominated by digital camera's but I was wondering whether or not I can sell my analog photos. Can anyone help me out here? I use a very high end photoscanner, so when it comes to quality of the image there must be no problem whatsoever.
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