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    16 Dec 2020

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  1. Yes there is! and they have been around for awhile.
  2. I had a batch of images pass QC several days ago so I tagged them all. They showed as "for sale" in the AIM. Today when I go to the AIM to download another batch the last batch now show "not for sale" WTH Now what? I am on a metered satellite internet connection and simply do not have enough monthly data to have to do things twice, not to mention the time involved.
  3. Thanks for your insight this information is well thought out helpful. My main disadvantage is what I mostly shoot, Landscape, wildlife and macro. My main advantage that after making a very nice living at this for over 30 years I now shoot for me. Of course I do live in one of the tourist capitols of the Midwest so I can photograph people if I wish.
  4. Just had my first 3 images pass QC so now I need to learn the process here. Printed the AIM instruction manual and will read that tonight. Bookmarked a video which I will watch at a time of day that works with my SAT internet, think very slow. So if anyone has suggestions to info I can find on the forms I will follow your advice, promise. I did shoot stock when I first got started in photography , think K25 and Mamiya 645, then I photographed a friends wedding and got a check! That lead to 30+ years of commercial and portrait work. Now I am retired and free to shoot for me so along with a fine
  5. I agree on the two versions of some images. What I may do in LR is create an export preset just for Alamy then if I have an image that I want to add to Alamy I will export it to a folder uncropped with no vinyetting and minimal adjustments. Then if I want that same image to go to my e-commerce site I will make further adjustments and do a second export.
  6. Thanks! I shoot raw and use LR for at least 95% of my work flow so if I want to put in on Alamy I will simply run it through PS. Thanks again!
  7. Thanks so much Harry and John for the info. Even though our studio was an early adaptor to electronic capture at that time my role was photographer only. The staff pretty much kept me out of the computer room so now that I am retired I find myself way behind the curve on so many things. So if I understand, while in PS if I go to ( image/ file size ) that is the number that needs to be above 17MB as long as the pixel count is ok. Which is much different than what bridge tells me and even different than what pictures tells me if I hoover over a thumb nail. Just wait for an approval from QC at th
  8. Thanks so much Harry and John for the info. Even though our studio was an early adaptor to electronic capture at that time my role was photographer only. The staff pretty much kept me out of the computer room so now that I am retired I find myself way behind the curve on so many things. So if I understand, while in PS if I go to ( image/ file size ) that is the number that needs to be above 17MB as long as the pixel count is ok. Which is much different than what bridge tells me and even different than what pictures tells me if I hoover over a thumb nail. Just wait for an approval from QC at th
  9. Just uploaded my 3 sample images had to delete one because QC said it was to small. So I double checked in PS and it lists size as just under 20M. Confused. Also a bit surprised to see the minimum file size of 17m. I shoot with a 24 meg camera so that would mean almost no cropping? Hard to do in wildlife.
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