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  1. Dear Alamy Contributors, My wife and I are 'old school' photographers with 35,000 or so 35mm color slides using Nikon equipment and lens. Most are Kodachrome 25 and 64. We digitalized 1000s with the end result we have images with 150 to 250 megabits...too large to send by email. Have any other ALAMY CONTRIBUTORS asked about submitting images in such large megabits and if so, what happened? Also, there is an inherent loss of image fidelity between the original 35mm Kodachrome 25 and the digitalized results. Any Contributors asked these questions? cheers, Flo and Paul
  2. Hi. I'm wondering if any of you can id this tree and the lichen growing on it? I took the shot on a cloudy day this past Sunday on my way home from opening our family cottage near the beach in Connecticut. It is growing by the backwaters, a tidal salt marsh fed by the Long Island Sound close to where it meets the Atlantic Ocean, just off the coast of Rhode Island. (We used to "surf" on a friend's canoe where the waters would get rough when I was a kid - a bunch of us balanced on the benches, winner was the last one standing). Anyway, I think it could be a fruit tree of
  3. I have sent my stock photos many times, but always rejected with "soft due to size" error and I don't understand what it means, someone please help me
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