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About allenjmsmith

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    12 Jun 2017
  1. In news and wildlife photography, sometimes it's difficult to control the subject-to-camera distance, and very often, the subject is moving fast and erratically, making it difficult to shoot in full frame, even with a long lens. This can sometimes necessitate cropping. Sometimes, it's rather like hunting flying ducks or running rabbits with a .22 rifle with a telescopic sight. Thanks, Mark. I must say, you have a gift for getting to the point and explaining things well and thoroughly. These are increasingly rare talents, and much appreciated.
  2. I was under the impression that the Photoshop "Image size" window was a reliable guide to the suitability of the size of my uploading image; however, this appears not to be the case. Moreover, the crucial part of the Alamy Image Manager's error message is unreadable, and won't scroll into view. Please refer to This Dropbox folder for screen shots. As you can see, Photoshop thinks the size would be 19.6M. Alamy's automated QC check obviously thinks differently, but I'm unable to read what it thinks. I've seen talk on this forum of some kind of Alamy image size checker, but I haven't found it yet. If someone could direct me to this Alamy image size checker and explain how to use it, I would be very grateful.
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