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  1. I see that Alamy have now started to promote stock footage after telling us for years that it was dead in the water! I have uploaded lots of footage elsewhere which would have been ideal on this platform, so why keep us in the dark when they had a contributor base here, ready and able to supply them directly, and maybe exclusivly? Edit: Apologies to Spacecadet who already started a thread on this subject, I didn't get the email, I just saw the new homepage.
  2. I checked the material at some agencies and wonder if its difficult to create this type of footage - except some test shots I never used the video option of my Olympus M1II. I do mostly travel/landscape. Do I miss something if I - use 4k/30 fps - WB, shutter, focus all manual - use tripod, or utilize the pretty good camera stabilization - is an ND filter needed/do I need longer shutter speed (fps *2) for subjects like waterfalls, scenic view, coast seen from ferry ? - is it sufficient to use Adobe premiere elements or MAGIX plus ? Adobe has a kind of dehaze function which looks useful for landscape. Looks like most clips are just developed & cut, no sound needed. Output in H.264 seems to be common. There exists a large agency that pay 50 % to the contributor, contributor may define price himself (sounds strange, doesnt it ?? -) Might be worth to spend some time on this, sales prices are reasonable, question how good footage sells. Any useful tips welcome - Andreas
  3. Hi, I am new on Alamy, I am filmmaker and would like to upload footage. But I can't see any option to upload for approval.
  4. Around Sussex, time lapses and drone footage (Phantom 4 Pro) in Southern England) https://youtu.be/BXnlMRe8R-8
  5. Hello Brighton, short movie with time lapses and drone footage. A lot of drama in the second part, but luckily a happy ending... Your comments appreciated https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hG4SZP9tPRI
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