MirjanaV Posted November 2, 2019 Share Posted November 2, 2019 (edited) Hello to all photographers I'm an amateur photographer. I like to take pictures and started learning about microstock in 2013. I quit because i had family health problems. In the meantime, I realized that I don't have feeling of microstock. In january 2019 I finally found the time and started photographing, found Alamy: " Whether it’s your full-time job, a weekend hobby or you’re a student" and I try. With the help of Alamy and photographers forum tips, I started posting photos. I have 3 sold photographs so far, and I found 1 photograph in an article on the internet, but it is not yet reported as a sale. Cleared Balance: $28 I really like to take pictures and I think I'm doing better, but I would like you to give your opinion and advice. I uploaded, among other works, 2200 photos in the past 9 months. I'm tired I'll take a break https://www.alamy.com/portfolio/mirjana Does it make sense for me to continue contributing to the Alamy? My pictures? My caption and tags? By the way, Alamy is a very functional site, and thanks very much to the photographers for the tips on the forum. Best regards and thanks for your opinion. Mirjana from Serbia ( I don't speak English, so sorry for any mistakes in writing. ) Edited November 7, 2019 by MirjanaV Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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