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  1. Hello, Not sure if this is the right place to ask this, but here goes. I work with Bryophytes (mosses) and other small plants and organisms. I profile a specific species and prepare detailed images of cells and structure which have measurements alongside (as part of the image) to show size and scale. These can also include microscope images. On their own, the images have little useful data to be used as an aid to identification by Bryologists. When the measurements and leaf/cell details are included, the images can be very useful. Does anybody know whether Alamy accepts images which include measurement data placed alongside the subject to indicate size? Thanks Barry
  2. I could use some advise from more experienced contributors. I have a number of long exposure night shots that are sharp and in focus but people, palm fronds and vehicles exhibit motion blur due to the extended exposure times. Are they likely to pass or fail QC? The following are a couple examples. http://www.lynnpalmerstudio.com/p157166962/h2e78c4ff#h2e78c4ff http://www.lynnpalmerstudio.com/p157166962/h21f544ac#h21f544ac
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