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  1. My travel bucket list appears to be getting longer and longer whilst at the same time my mortal coil continues to unwind at a predictable but alarming rate (at least that is how it appears to me). All of which got me thinking about prioritising places to visit. Where would you go and what would you photograph if money was no object? I started to compile a list but then gave up when I realised how oversaturated the travel photography market is. Any bright ideas, anyone?
  2. Some good news for those of us who shoot travel photography. Personally, I've seen my book photo sales continue to grow: DK Publishing, Moon, Frommer's, Fodor's, Workman Press all come to mind off the top of my head. Print is not dead! 😎Long live print! https://www.forbes.com/sites/garystoller/2018/02/20/so-you-thought-travel-guidebooks-were-dead-guess-again/#b461a9658107 So, go out this weekend and shoot! P.S. I know the story is from last year, but it has a lot of valuable information and also it's a nice positive topic to start the weekend,
  3. Hello everybody from Istanbul:) I recently joined Alamy, and started putting some of my photos. And of course no download of them yet:) If you have time to look at my photos and write your suggestions i will be happy. Thank you https://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={A100895C-C63B-44FF-973D-7649F2E4B22B}&name=Sadik+Yalcin
  4. I shoot mostly for stock with a Nikon. I bought a Lumix DMC-ZS60 (18 mps with Leica zoom) 'travel camera' to use when I am on vacation and also for casual use as I run errands about town when I don't want to lug the Nikon. I uploaded a few photos from a recent foreign vacation and had few or no issues with Alamy. I recently uploaded a batch of nine local shots (eight shot with the Nikon and one with the Lumix) and the entire lot was rejected due to the the quality of one shot from the Lumix. I am aware of Alamy's policy of rejecting one/rejecting all (which seems unfair). The Lumix is said to not be a good low-light camera and I agree with that. When this batch was rejected Alamy did cite noise as one reason for rejection but they also cited the rejection as being taken with a "digital camera not suitable for Alamy". As a result they revoked my upload privileges for 10 days. Has anyone experienced this same rejection reason with a Lumix and does Alamy in fact have a published list of cameras they automatically accept content from?
  5. Hi I am new to the forum and this is my very first post just to introduce myself. I started with photography since 2008 when I got my first digital camera but first uploaded on stock around mid 2012. Like many photographers I shoot almost anything but my interest lies in travel, destination and landscape photography. Initially Alamy sales were far and few but now I have started getting fmore requent sales, almost 1-3 sales every month. I am hoping for many more sales as my portfolio grows. Wish a best of luck and many more sales to all the contributors . Shahid A Khan
  6. Hi, a question to travel/outdoor photographers - how do you plan your trips to a country and save your research ? I use multipe sources - (paper) maps as an overview to get a feeling for distances and areas worth to visit - web research for hiking trips / blogs on regions - paper travel guide - look up pictures in tour books to get an idea of an area I'm looking for an easy way to collect this information, my favorite would be - an electronic map where I could add points of interests/link related web pages/hiking info. - usable by PC and Android - not forced to store this in a specific cloud (would use my current online storage provider) . I would really prefer something where I could add my information as layers/POI on free maps like Open Street Map. Looks like Google offers tagging on own maps, but I'd like to avoid Google for this. Any tool you know that fits for these requirements ? (My currrent favorite: One Note from Microsoft. Plus: free, allows to embed URL's, pics and more. Minus: Microsoft cloud. Map screenshots need to get manually added. ) Andreas Andreas
  7. Just took a look at the Alamy Blog and have discovered, for 2018 at least, Australia will be in high demand for travel images. Take a look at the list: Australia Victoria Heathcote Sandy Point Swan Bay Western Australia Como Kimberley Perth (Marina and Rottnest) Tanilba Bay and Taylors Beach Kings Park and Botanical Garden The Swan River Matilda Bay Fremantle New South Wales Sutherland Shire Heatherbrae Port Stephens Alfords Point Anna Bay Bangor Barden Ridge Boat Harbour Bonnet Bay Bundeena Burraneer Caringbah and Caringbah South Corlette Cronulla Dolans Bay Engadine Fingal Bay Fishermans Bay Grays Point Greenhills Beach Gymea and Gymea Bay Illawong Jannali Kareela Karuah Kirrawee Kurnel Lemon Tree Passage Lilli Pilli Loftus Lucas Heights Maianbar Mallabul Menai Miranda Nelson Bay One Mile Oyster Bay Port Hacking Salamander Bay Shoal Bay Soldiers Point Sutherland Sylvania and Sylvania Waters Tanilba Bay and Taylors Beach Taren Point Waterfall Woolooware Woronora and Woronora Heights Yarrawarrah Yowie Bay Other Australian territories Norfolk Island @gvallee it looks like a very good year ahead for you and the other Aussie shooters. Sadly, nothing to note about south central Alabama. LOL Rick
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