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  1. I've tried seven different times to upload images to try and be approved as a contributor. I am rejected every time. I keep getting the "Soft or lacking definition Marked difference in definition between low-res comp & when viewed at 100%" term. I literally have no idea what that means and have no technical understanding even when I'm looking at their .pdf on rejection terms. The example is a girl with pink hair standing beside a blue wall. Should I not take pictures with pink and blue next to each other in the shot? I'm not trying to be obtuse here - I honestly don't get what I'm doing wrong. Can it be explained to me in VERY simple terms?? I use a Canon PowerShot ELPH 190 IS to take pictures. It's not an extremely expensive camera, but I know how to focus a shot. Am I missing something? Does Alamy only approve you if you use expensive equipment? Is there some minimum that they require when it comes to cameras? I'm just trying to understand if I'm ever going to be cleared to be a contributor. I can't learn what I'm doing wrong if I don't ask. Thank you!!
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