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  1. Just an update from my previous post regarding the new object selection tool. This is from my favorite photoshop youtuber. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZIXM37H0mzs
  2. Along with the 50 million milestone, there's a new blog - quite attractive, too - well done to the designers! EDIT: Now I've read a couple of the new posts, I'm very pleased to see some great new content in the blog, that should act in a very positive manner to both encourage buyers and to bring increased (new) traffic to the site - well done Alamy! A very positive move. FYI: the link to the blog in the main menu of the main site (top of page) has now moved from 'For Sellers' to 'About Us'. Form the main blog, you can then drill down to view specific categories. James' CEO blog BTW is now apparently aprt of 'Alamy's World'!
  3. If a photo has passed QC, been managed and is online for licensing, is there any kind of downside to adding keywords or updating a description?
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