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  1. Hi, For outdoor or indoor editorial images, how often do you use flash? Is it always if it benefits an image? never? only to fill when people are in the image? I think I would really benefit from this as it often make the images pop, and now thinking if I should invest. If you do use it for editorial content, what is your preferred technique? Thank you.
  2. Hallo, I think there is something wrong or broken here: HTH! :-)
  3. For a few days the "Manage" and "Upload" images options are not working anymore on my computer. I'm getting this error message: "Alternate HTML content should be placed here. This content requires the Adobe Flash Player. Get Flash". Installed the newest flash player twice already. Still not working. Mac OS X 10.10.5 with Safari Any advice?
  4. I was advised yesterday to uninstall Flash until there is a fix for a security vulnerability which was confirmed by Adobe and PCWorld: http://blogs.adobe.com/psirt/ http://www.pcworld.com/article/2878792/flash-player-plagued-by-third-zeroday-flaw-in-a-month-updates-coming.html So now it's impossible to manage my images on Alamy. Presumably it'll be fixed soon, but an alternative to Flash would be nice.
  5. I have an answer to my occasional need for flash that will do until better ETTL flash becomes available for the Fuji X-T1. I am using an old Viivitar 283 (GN about 36m). It is an old fasioned auto flash (remember them?) with its own sensor; so all I do is use the scale to determine aperture for max distance and ISO and set the camera ISO, shutter to 1/180X and the appropriate aperture - the flash then takes care of the exposure up to maximum distance. Just had to clean up slightly corroded terminals as it had not been used for 15 years. Glad I did not sell it or throw it out!. I will have to make small calculations for ISO above 400. shows how old it is but it was popular even amongst pros when it was launched. It is a bit bulky but I used it for many years it on Canon AE-1P and T90s which are pretty similar weight and size to the X-T1 especially with grip. A zero cost solution until such time as a proper all-singing, all-dancing flash becomes available. I am a happy bunny, I have a solution I can take on holiday this summer especially as I probably won't use it!
  6. losdemas

    Adobe Flash

    Given the huge progress with Web technologies in the last couple of years, specifically HTML5 and CSS3, and given the device/vendor-specific problems with Adobe Flash (think Apple/Adobe clash; MS Silverlight; among other issues) and the fact that this technology seems to be on its last legs, is it not time for Alamy to ditch Flash once and for all? We have all had problems with Manage Images v2.4 from time to time, but these don't seem to be going away. In the long-term, relying on a vendor-specific solution seems to be asking for trouble in this rapidly changing field. EDIT: Of course, I don't know for sure that the issues with Manage Images v2.4 are caused by Flash. Do Alamy? I wish they would give us a clue!
  7. Hi All Am I right in assuming that only adobe flash player version 10 will allow me upload images to Alamy, I am using version 11 and getting nowhere Cheers SimonLJ
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