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Hello everyone, After checking many portfolios and reported sales of the photographers the way to be succesful here in Alamy is having a huge portfolio. And i dont mean 5000 images. My goal is for now reach the first 10.000 in half year combined with quality of course. I am qurious if somebody follows the same workflow like me. Since 1 year i am almost not touching anymore Adobe Lightroom or Photoshop. Only in cases when it is nescessary. My images are anyway like for in average 75% accepted by microstock agencies. It saves me a lot of time to not spend time with Photoshop or Lightroom after shooting. This makes me able to deliver high amount of images. What is the key? Electronic viewfinder of my mirrorless camera and years of experience with camera function. I shoot directly in JPEG from the camera and make sure that the image is right in camera. This is very easy since the new cameras have electronic viewfinder where you directly can see how the whitebalance, colors and brightness are. So when i come home with 100 images i only check them quickly for sharpness again on bigger screen and if ok i send them for approving. I have minimal rejectjons on Istockphoto or Shutterstock for example. I am always trying to make my life easier . You can check my portfolio. There are all for 90% shoot directlty from camera with almost no post processing after since i do it before i make the shot. The results are the same with the only difference that i do the settings before the shot and that i save much time. I hope i could give some Alamy colleagues a tip.