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One thing I really struggle with when submitting photos is selective focus/larger aperture/bokeh. It seems as if I often see how the photos should be sharp everywhere, and a small enough aperture should be used to ensure that this is so, but there are times I think it adds to the photo. For example, here is a shot I took this morning (not sure I would submit this, but it is a good example): Would a photo like this likely be rejected based upon the selective focus? I ask this today because I have encountered another image on Alamy that seems to have nothing in focus. Truth is, I quite like the image, but it is not sharp; however, it doesn't seem to be intended to be that way. I don't mind sharing the example, but I don't want to point out someone else's image if this is not appropriate to do. Thanks in advance for helping me to understand.
Hi every one - just saying hello, I've just recently been accepted as a contributor to Alamy. I'm new to stock photography, and I'm trying to get my head around the rules / conventions of Key wording - any advice appreciated! I've noticed there is a key word plugin for Light Room. Is there a plugin for Aperture? Do any members use Aperture for key wording images, if so could you offer any advice on how you use it / work flow. Thanks