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  1. Hi All, Looking for your opinions on best photo editors for use with iPad pro. There’s a lot out there - Photoshop, Pixelmator, Affinity etc etc. I’m finding it hard to decide what to go with. I think i’m going to need an Apple pencil too. Thanks, ACC
  2. I am not a Nikon user, but for those who are it may be interesting. One more option for editing. Need to register but is free. Nikon NX Studio https://www.nikonusa.com/en/Nikon-Products/Imaging-Software/nx-studio.page Stay safe, andre
  3. Hi Everyone. So what are Alamy's rules regarding image modification, as in adding or removing objects, people, backgrounds, etc.? Can they be sold for editorial use? Obviously not "news". Do they need to be labeled as modified and if so, where? Stay safe
  4. Hi All another question, am I correct that we are now allowed to do any form of editing on our pictures that we upload such as adjusting colors or touching up light and dark areas or is this OK, looking at a lot of the shots on Alamy I am amazed that they are all straight out of the cameras with no editing? Many thanks Tel
  5. If anyone is interested here are my image stats from a recent 12 day trip to Ireland. 10,747 images shot 2,345 first edit 2,055 final edit It took me two weeks of editing, processing and then editing again. Now I have to add descriptions and keywords/tags.
  6. I really am intrigued with the Forum - photos found in June 2018 etc ... I find it a fascinating feed. Years ago I would deliver my roll of film to the picture desk hopefully negotiate a fee and then go buy the paper in the morning ! As a newbie to Forum is anyone kindly able to explain how photographers can search the internet for possible usage and any tips to mark ones photos when editing ? Really appreciated. Matt / PennPix
  7. I always upload news images as unedited jpegs straight from camera, before i even have a chance to sit in front of the computer. Thinking behind it was that the sooner i upload the better. However, I look at top selling news images that papers print, and many of them clearly were beautifully edited in terms of contrast, color balance etc. What is tge best way: - fast upload but unedited images which dont stand out? - still fast upload with basic editing on the phone/tabletnto make them look "better than bland"? - slower upload but edited so that they stand out relally well? My question i guess here is what is your workflow, and do you find one way generating more sales that the other?
  8. Dear Members, So far I have around 600 pics in my portfolio and none of these have been edited on laptop or desktop. All are edited on Lightroom mobile (that's it). The only issue I face is mobile storage which is limited. I do have G-raid 4 TB, which I connect directly to my mobile via USB connector and import all edited files, whenever I get storage issue. I have tried Lightroom cc on my wife's laptop but I didn't like, I was not comfortable using laptop. I am living with two growing kids and I don't have a separate room to sit relax and edit on laptop, So most of my Editing is on the move. I am very comfortable with my phone editing but only issue is small screen, where every picture looks perfect, sharp and spot free. I want to see my pictures on big screen to best decide which one is good enough and ready to go to alamy QC, so I decided to buy iPad pro. Just curious if any one else out there has workflow suggestions without using laptop/desktop ?
  9. I would value some input on the shooting format my fellow contributors use. I currently shoot everything in RAW format with almost all camera with little or no in camera processing etc. This means I must must edit every image before submission etc and this makes for a very laborious and time consuming process. I have very recently been looking at samples of a friends portfolio shot with a quality Lumix compact camera in JPEG format and his results are very impressive indeed even without much post shoot processing. This holds good even for images printed on large canvasses and on display in his home. I would love to hear some responses and comments on the merits and demerits of JPEG shooting for stock photography purposes. Any constructive criticism or advice will be gratefully received. Thanks
  10. Hi all, I would like to be able to keyword from my phone during idle moments but, unfortunately, my iPhone does not permit me to do this as the screen display is all garbled and gibberish (Safari and Chrome browsers). Does anyone have a recommendation for a mobile phone that allows you to edit, add, delete keywords? It would save lots of time during those idle moments stuck on trains or when waiting in queues! MTIA. John :-)
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