Steve Teare Posted August 15, 2022 Share Posted August 15, 2022 Hi. I'm currently shooting with a 24mp camera, which personally I find to be a sweet spot in terms of resolution. In terms of shooting for stock though, I wonder if a higher resolution might be advantageous, in terms of 1. giving you competitive advantage if the client is actually wanting a higher res image than others have available 2. flexibility to crop in (pseudo telephoto) and still have a high(ish) resolution image 3. get paid more, since higher res images command higher prices Does Alamy actually welcome high resolution (greater than 40 megapixel) images? Does anyone actually have experience of switching to a high res camera and seeing their earnings rise as a result? Any pertinent comments welcome (especially from Alamy). I am, as might be guessed from this query, a relative newbie here. I do know however, all that stuff about concentrate more on what you shoot and the quality of the images you deliver... I just want to know if, all other things being equal, delivering higher res images is going to make you more money? Thanks... Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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