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I want to review the image sets I have on Alamy so that I don't resend something.  I tried entering my name in the search box, with zero results.

 

Any suggestions as to how I can view all of my own images?

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Did you try clicking on My Alamy Homepage? Or just click on the number 312 under your forum avatar above.

 

Dave

Edited by OneWay

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You have to select "Advanced Search" in order to search by a contributor's name, however I usually go to "Manage Images v2.4" to review and manage my images.  You can also click on the number of images below your avatar to go directly to your portfolio.

Edited by Lynn Palmer

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I have added a password in the keywords to all my images, so I can call them all up from the Alamy search box.  However I rarely use it now, preferring as Lynn suggests to use "Manage Images v2.4" and then the search button.  I often do this to find a remembered image from which I want to copy key words.

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I have bookmarked my images and put it in my bookmark bar.

 

Paulette

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I find the best way to avoid submitting something that I have already submitted is to put a red box around the image in Lightroom, nice and simple for my forgetful mind :huh:

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Thanks to all for replying.  Will take your suggestions and give them a try.

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