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  1. I'll kick this off with a panorama stitched together of the San Siro Stadium in Milan. I've put together a short tutorial in my blog on how I created this neat panorama using Lightroom.
  2. Glorious autumn morning at Ponte Vecchio, Florence
  3. I'll kick this off with one of my favourites I've uploaded. I struck up a conversation with this friendly guy asking for money in front of a supermarket. His nickname is Elvis, he's 27 and from Nigeria.
  4. Hi all, today i'm gonna give you a gift since i've read many complaining on this forum about what is selling and what is not. I found this site on a training i just followed. http://research.picworkflow.com/ It's based on micro market analisys (look at the result sites considered) but it's very useful also for Alamy photographers and videomakers (like me) in my opinion since most of us are taking shots of cities and editorials. Try entering "london camden" and you'll find it's a better profitable option than "london bridge"for i.e. As explained on the site any topic with a ranking above 20-25 is sellable for top shots while 100-200 is fine for medium level shots. Hope to have given a really useful tool today... i feel good to have shared this Let's see how many greenies this produces lol
  5. Just received the Top 500 email again! I tweeted it. Thanks Alamy!! Kathy Kathy deWitt/Alamy: http://tinyurl.com/n9djvmr
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