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  1. Hi all, I've recently joined as a contributor, and lately I've been uploading some of my previously taken photos. I know that I'm lacking in the volume of images needed, so I will defiantly be uploading more as time goes on. If anyone would like to take a look and critique my photos, tag usage, etc., that would be great! Also, I have a few questions: How long does it usually take to start seeing sales? With what kind of volume of a portfolio does it take to start seeing regular sales. What general types of images sell best? How to get images seen in searches? How to find good keywords? How detailed it too detailed for caption and location? Thank you so much for your help, Josh
  2. Hi Everyone, I'd be grateful if anybody can spare a few minutes to help my critique my portfolio. http://www.alamy.com/stock-photography/3D577894-860E-4144-B6D4-10E724FA1893/1/Michael%20Winters.html It's still a relatively small portfolio but before I start adding more I'd be grateful for suggestions of what to do more of and what to do less of! Thanks Michael
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