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light_trails

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About light_trails

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    kuribabylon@yahoo.com

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Southern California
  • Interests
    Guitar, the beach, reading, creative writing, board games, light painting

Alamy

  • Alamy URL
    https://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={294E5FE2-7686-47EB-AE01-389A9E4304BF}&name=Jerry+Sanchez
  • Images
    120
  • Joined Alamy
    09 Oct 2018
  1. I'm new to Alamy and have noticed a lot of members' photo counts at least in the thousands, whereas I barely have over 100. I have easily taken tens of thousands of photos since I have been a photographer, but I'm not sure that a lot of them are "marketable". Does anyone have any ideas for uploading more pictures? Or are higher numbers something that happen slowly over time? I guess I'm asking what a typical upload rate would be per photographer: 100 per month? 500 per month? Something else? I'd appreciate any feedback.
  2. I guess it just depends on what you're trying to do with the image. I usually use photoshop to adjust lighting and shadows in the image, increase vibrance and/or saturation to make colors pop, and sharpen the photo. If you shoot in RAW format, you can even change the white balance in post-processing.
  3. Oh, yes, sorry. Top one was taken last week in southern California, USA and bottom one was taken five months ago in Oregon, USA. Both were pretty short flowers
  4. I'd like some help identifying some flowers for keywords and captions, please. Any help would be greatly appreciated
  5. I love this fountain in Los Angeles, California
  6. Hey everyone, I'm new to the site and dropping by to say hello! I look forward to getting to know you guys!
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