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  1. Hello there, hope you're all well and winning. I'm hoping someone can help me out. Every time I upload a portrait photo, Alamy uploads it as a landscape. Is there a way round this? Huge thanks in advance, Matt.
  2. I have some family photos from the Victorian era and slightly younger. say 1900 through to 1950s. Many of these were taken in studios, now long defunct, of my family members or their homes. Some are simply family "snapshots" Do I have any right to sell scanned versions of these on Alamy, or are they the Intellectual property of the original photographer?
  3. Just a quick 'heads-up' about a weekend portrait photography workshop that I will be running at Aberystwyth Arts Centre in August... https://www.aberystwythartscentre.co.uk/short-courses/portrait-photography-keith-morris km
  4. I appreciate this question has probably been asked before...but I'm having trouble getting my `portrait' size shots past the upload requirements. Is it just that `portrait' doesn't work with clients or do I need to re-size in some way. I shoot in RAW and then convert to dng in Lightroom 4 before exporting into jpeg. Any advice would be appreciated.
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