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    https://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={7E93C41A-6C4E-4234-A6E2-E1BD40DBA4AC}&name=Rick+Ollerton
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    19 Sep 2007

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  1. Hi all, a few questions. What is soft proofing? When I crop an image, what is the minimum file size I should crop to export to Alamy? What export settings should I be using? How on earth do people upload so many images given the time it takes to process, retouch and keyword? Spent all weekend doing this and now have about a dozen images. If I submit those dozen images and 1 fails, do they all fail? If the above happens do Alamy tell you which image has failed and why? All info greatly appreciated Thank you
  2. Just wondering when an interested party searches for an image how does the Alamy search engine prioritise those images? Does it search in this order... `Supertag` `Tag` `Caption` Or does it search initially with the caption because that is what you see when the results come up? Many thanks
  3. Thanks for that Allan.
  4. Hi Spacecadet Many thanks for the info. If I attach keywords in Lightroom do Alamy also remove these and should I attach keywords when I am first submitting before the image has passed QC?
  5. I'm fairly new to Lightroom, and Alamy restrictions. My question: I'm just looking at Lightroom workflow on YouTube. The first thing when you import an image (according to Mr YouTube man) is to open the metadata box and put `your name` in the box marked `Preset Name`. Then move down to the section marked IPTC Copyright and enter `your name` and click the box below to read `Copyrighted`. Will this be acceptable to Alamy? The other boxes are `Unknown` and `Public Domain`, should I use any of the three options or should I just leave it blank. Sorry that's a bit of a long winded question and any help would be much appreciated
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