ortho Posted March 28, 2020 Share Posted March 28, 2020 (edited) Hi Alamy community, My first post here and intending to request a critique of my portfolio in due course but bear with me a little while whilst I prepare a few more submissions. I have a question related to photos taken with my previous camera and eligibility for Alamy QC. There's also a question about ISO at the end which hopefully one of you can shed some light on. Cropped Sensor My current camera is a Nikon D610 (FX full frame) which is great, but prior to this I was using my trusty Nikon D60 for some time (APS-C DX cropped sensor). I liked the camera and took some of my best photos with it and would like to add these to Alamy but being new, I really don't want to risk failing QC and it damaging my ratings. My question is, are cropped sensors an automatic fail? Or does it depend on image quality (sharpness/ exposure etc)? I've used two lenses with this, the kit 18-55mm for everyday and my fast 50mm f1.8. The 50mm gives very good image quality but obviously a slightly smaller size than the FX. I've posted examples below of photos taken with the camera with the two lenses. Hopefully you can see these and give a quick review, or let me know if there is a way I can post at full size? D60 + 18-55mm kit lens D60 + 50mm f1.8 ISO My second question is also related to the QC process and ISO. I took some interior photos with my D610 which I'd like to upload but it wasn't possible to use a tripod, so i set to ISO 800. When I view this in Lightroom, there is inevitably some noise, but not sure how bad this is in comparison, and whether it would pass QC. I've also posted this image below and would appreciate any comments. I haven't attempted to remove any noise in Lightroom but can do if you think that would improve the chances (I haven't used this feature previously). D610 + 24-85mm kit lens I'm being cautious here so please give honest feedback. I really don't want to fail QC (5 successful submissions so far!). Many thanks for your time. Edited March 31, 2020 by ortho Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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