Bryan Posted October 31, 2013 Share Posted October 31, 2013 I have been happy to move from FF Canon to crop frame NEX as I don't have to carry a housebrick sized camera around my neck. However I have lost pixels in the deal, and wonder how much commercial impact that will have? Further to that, I have taken to cropping photos, sometimes quite severely, for maximum customer appeal; reckoning that selling a smaller image is preferable to no sale. Of course I always stay within the size limit. Alamy's calculator relates price to image size. Does Alamy upres photos, or are they always sold within the size limits of the file? In the bad old days of 20D all of my images had to be upressed to get through QA, they sold/sell and no returns as yet. Is there an argument for upressing now - I know that we are told that it is unnecessary and that it could result in an QA failure, so I don't do it. I was wondering if anyone had ever done any analysis or had thoughts on the effect of image size on income? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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