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  1. Hello! While I find the new image manager to be pretty good (and much better than the previous versions), I'm getting a bit confused about geotagging. I geotag my images with the Lightroom map module, and, when exported, my files show their geotags on websites like 500px or flickr. However, when I upload those same pictures to Alamy, their geotags metadata are just missing, and I must do it again, what is time consuming and pretty annoying, of course. What am I doing wrong? Thanks in advance for your help and regards from Spain.
  2. I've started to geotag my photos. In my case I don't have a fancy new camera with GPS, but you can use your phone's GPS too. Anybody else doing this? Seems like Alamy offering location that isn't manually entered could be beneficial for photo buyers. Say if a photo buyer was looking for photos of specific neighborhood, building, landmark etc., they could just go to a map and explore photos. Even if the photographer didn't know to keyword with what the buyer was looking for. This is possible on Flickr for example and I use Flickr maps to explore and research an area before visiting. I also find
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