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  1. Hello everyone from sunny South Africa. I am new to Alamy (but not to stock photography), now the huge job starts to get photos online! Since I recently retired (early) I now finally have more time for photography. Looking forward to learning from everyone here. Cheers, Rudi
  2. Greetings from another 'newbie' - although I'm now not sure I'm in the right 'forum area', as I am primarily an illustrator / artist... with photography as a 'side' thingy...
  3. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2521910/Behind-scenes-photos-reveal-George-W-Bush-proudly-showing-artwork-dining-Obamas-Air-Force-One-journey-South-Africa.html Really surprised at the quality of these images released as official by the White House. Most of them wouldn't pass Alamy QC. The worst one is the presidents coming down the plane steps with not one area in focus. I know the press in the USA are having a battle at the moment with photography access being limited and being forced to take handouts from Pete and his team. I'm not sure if they are having a laugh at it by releasing these bad images? Pete Souza is a great photographer so I'm surprised at the lack of quality in these 'snapshots' (as that is what they look like).
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