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Johnny75

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About Johnny75

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    https://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={B3880B4A-1AE4-40F1-AC35-21059A755FAA}&name=John+Nicholls
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    12 Jun 2018
  1. Thanks for your input and advice chaps. I really do appreciate it. I'll try again soon. John.
  2. Hi guys thanks for the responses, very helpful. Spacecadet it is a DSLR yes. ISO 200 and 400 and I sent them in as JPEG as I thought that's what they required. Would I be better shooting RAW and converting them then? Here are some samples of what got rejected. https://www.flickr.com/photos/142514666@N02/27947944477/in/dateposted-public/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/142514666@N02/42099460954/in/dateposted-public/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/142514666@N02/42099454744/in/dateposted-public/ Fair enough if my camera isn't up to the job that's fine - but if it is
  3. Hi I've submitted my first 3 images, and fair play to Alamy they did QC them pretty quickly. However they have all been rejected due to: Soft or lacking definition, Noise and Digital camera not suitable for Alamy. Now I have a Pentax DSLR with a APS-C sensor at 6.1MP - according to what I've read on here this should be OK? My question is, is it my camera or were my shots just no good, and do I need to scrub up on checking myself at 100%? I am now frozen for 10 days. Thanks in advance John.
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