andremichel Posted February 8, 2019 Share Posted February 8, 2019 (edited) Those of you with many (but not all) non-exclusive images, are you spending the time to identify them individually or is it too much work? Have you instead given up and marked the whole port as non-exclusive, resigned to the fact that you only get 40% for everything? I have 11,000 images on Alamy. From these, I estimate I have 3000 and 5000 of them on two curated libraries. There is overlap but cannot say how much. I just started trying to identify these images and I am finding it very time intensive and soul destroying. If I stay focused I can get through 100 per hour. That means I have to invest 80 man hours of intense unpaid work over the next two weeks before the new contract comes into force. Also the only way I can think of doing this, is first I mark all 11,000 images as exclusive and then one by one change to non exclusive as I identify each image in the other libraries. This mean my port's status will be inaccurate until the very end. Can anyone think of a better or more efficient way of doing this? If I am struggling with this size port and only two other libraries, I wonder how others with larger ports and more libraries are coping. Edited February 8, 2019 by andremichel 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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