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Hi everyone, I am a newbie from China. Never thought to sell any photos before despite I love travelling and taking lots of photos . Recently had some dramatic changes in my life, need to rethink my own career and future, while doing so I was told try this and that, I think why not do something I might really enjoy for once? With such positive thoughts, I submitted 1st trial photos to Alamy with long waited QC pass, then days working and trying to understand Image Manager, also going through threads on forum, still found tons of questions like : - low discoverability,
Hi all, Hope you had a decent and healthy start to the new year - and 2021 will be huge improvement over the one just gone! I have been with Alamy since around 15 years, and despite a constant fall in commission, have so far stayed with them. In the last ten years on teh 1300 images I have up here, I made a average sale of just under 5 a year. Obviously nothing to make a living of. Most of my images are from China and editiorial. I have been a live news contributor. After working on the picture desk of the Asia hub of one for the four major news wires I have changed the way I keyword, f
Hi everyone, hope you all are having a wonderful day! I just started this less a month ago and have uploded about 1000 photos, my portfolio only shows 700+ for now as I need to finish adding captions and tags. So far 0 sales and 0 zoom, which is totally fine, as I wanna take this slow and make it right. That's why hope to get some comments and critique from you, and make any adjustment and improvement for future uploads. Here's the link: https://www.alamy.com/portfolio/leesaliens As you might have noticed most of photos are from local area (different places
DavidTHurston posted a topic in Stock photography discussion and contributor experienceThe China Daily newspaper wants to buy rights for an archive (30 years) picture of mine of some schol chlildren in a boat on a canal. They are saying normal rate is RMB 200. I think should be more. Experience anyone?