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  1. I see that Alamy have now started to promote stock footage after telling us for years that it was dead in the water! I have uploaded lots of footage elsewhere which would have been ideal on this platform, so why keep us in the dark when they had a contributor base here, ready and able to supply them directly, and maybe exclusivly? Edit: Apologies to Spacecadet who already started a thread on this subject, I didn't get the email, I just saw the new homepage.
  2. Hi, As a contributor, How I can upload and sell footages? Currently I only got the option of upload images. Thanks.
  3. Hi, Does Alamy accept motion imagine and if so what is the process to upload as can't see how to do it from my dashboard? Or is a matter of joining another Library for video? Many thanks Tom
  4. I was trying to find information on uploading video content.
  5. I checked the material at some agencies and wonder if its difficult to create this type of footage - except some test shots I never used the video option of my Olympus M1II. I do mostly travel/landscape. Do I miss something if I - use 4k/30 fps - WB, shutter, focus all manual - use tripod, or utilize the pretty good camera stabilization - is an ND filter needed/do I need longer shutter speed (fps *2) for subjects like waterfalls, scenic view, coast seen from ferry ? - is it sufficient to use Adobe premiere elements or MAGIX plus ? Adobe has a kind of dehaze function which looks useful for landscape. Looks like most clips are just developed & cut, no sound needed. Output in H.264 seems to be common. There exists a large agency that pay 50 % to the contributor, contributor may define price himself (sounds strange, doesnt it ?? -) Might be worth to spend some time on this, sales prices are reasonable, question how good footage sells. Any useful tips welcome - Andreas
  6. Hi, I've just joined Alamy and I'm excited to become part of your community. I have over 30 years experience in Advertising, Video and Audio production and just recently started Photography again. I worked at Eastman Kodak for over 25 years in multiple roles and I am truly looking forward to enhancing my photography skills and learning from all of you! I absolutely love taking photos and using new techniques to make my images better! I'm hoping to sell some of my images on Alamy, not just for the monetary gain but more importantly for the validation and purpose it would provide me. I'm not very familiar with "Forums" so I may make some mistakes, ask some stupid questions, and hopefully you will bare with me as I learn more and more.
  7. How to use the Graduated Filter for local adjustments https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QCaHaJgdWKI&feature=youtu.be
  8. Around Sussex, time lapses and drone footage (Phantom 4 Pro) in Southern England) https://youtu.be/BXnlMRe8R-8
  9. Static timelapses.How to shoot them with examples on the fieldhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tsMLJCSQHB0
  10. Lightroom Vibrance and Saturation, all you need to know about managing color intensity https://youtu.be/m0qQ5JItbSk
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