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  1. How about posting some of your Fall Autumn photos that I am sure picture buyers will be looking for. I suggest using advanced search on your own pseudonyms and then post a link to the results. It will make it easier for customers to view all you photos on the subject. Link Link
  2. Hi all, Not sure if this is helpful to anyone but I went through the 'images found for October 2015 thread'. I added all of the sales by image numbers starting A-F. Here are the results: A - 147 sales B - 193 sales (best by quite a margin) C - 159 sales D - 144 sales E - 125 sales F - 40 sales (unsurprising as current) 808 total images mentioned - 61.75% in the A-C range so we can extrapolate that older images do sell well. Note - I have only complied these from the thread entries where image is visible or the number has been added in the text description. I tried to eliminate duplicating numbers where an image had been quoted (in thanks) in a subsequent entry.
  3. I have to say that it has been very hard to select only 8 images. I would have liked to be allowed to add a few more but, after all, that is me who defined the rules… D'OH! (facepalm). So, here are the 8 finalists for the October challenge "the decisive moment". Voting closes wednesday 4th November at midnight (UK time). I want to thank you all who participated. Congratulations to the finalists! ARTERRA - Eurasian Eagle owl (Bubo bubo) landing with wings spread on wooden signpost in meadow, England, UK FUNKYWORM - Rio de Janiero Brazil 13th July 2014 World Cup final 2014 Argentina vs Germany Mario Goetze scores the only goal of the game JILL MORGAN - Flyboarder doing a backflip PUNKMUFFIN - Border collie jumping a hurdle MARTIN P WILSON - Ian Andrews dramatically crashed out - UIM F2 World Championship Powerboats, Nottingham National Watersports Centre, Holme Pierrepont COLIN WOODS - A lady climber leaping a large crevasse on the traverse on Monte Rosa in Switzerland MICKFLY - Benidorm bullring, young man being lifted of his feet by the bull and losing a shoe as a horn pierces his trousers DOC - A young woman jumping into the air
  4. French Polynesia : 3 images from paradisiacal Tuamotu Tikehau : corals and maxima clams in the lagoon, just below water bungalows Fakarava : young Polynesian sharing the remains of his meal with blacktip reef sharks (Carcharhinus melanopterus) Rangiroa : pontoon over the lagoon
  5. Purpose: series of 6-9 images (please use thumbnails ) which tell a story or cover a specific destination / happening. Little tip: think a few months ahead to allow magazine editors plenty of time to prepare articles with - hopefully - your pictures, which could relate to an upcoming event or occurrence. Other months' picture series. See here Chamonix in winter (France) : the 'Aiguille du Midi', the 'Mer de Glace' (Sea of Ice) glacier and the Ice Cave, skiing and ski touring… Click on pictures for a larger view, reference numbers and details. To see more available pictures, click here. Thanks, Olivier
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