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I see many HDR images for sale in nature and landscape collections and was wondering if these images sell well? I personally don't enjoy HDR images in media such as Outdoor magazines for example, where a natural, more true to life image is more appealing but I have seen them in these types of magazines from time to time. If you are a landscape photographer and you have an extensive HDR portfolio, are you limiting your sale options?
It's been a while since I visited the forum very much so excuse me if this has been discussed to death. Way back when, I had Alamy QC reject a batch because QC felt the image had been over manipulated. In fact, it hadn't been manipulated at all, it was a fish-eye image. These days, I do a lot of HDR, a few of the over-the-top sort but mostly to provide contrast enhancement. On websites like Pixoto, where images are voted on, HDR images win top placement in just about all categories. These days, when I do a search of HDR images on Alamy, I see some awful HDR images, many with prominent halos. So here are my questions: Has Alamy QC completely stepped away from judging images as over-manipulated ? Do you upload HDR ? Do HDR images sell on Alamy ? What degree of processing are you using ? What is your experience with Alamy QC and HDR ? I have a large library of mostly HDR'd images, including B&W. It seems a waste to share them for free. Thanks in advance Charles [ To get an idea of what I mean about pixoto, you can see my, mostly HDR, images here: http://www.pixoto.com/charles.lupica ]