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Robert Connelly

Viewing my own images?

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I am new to Alamay. I also post to Bigstockphoto.com and Istockphoto.com. I have no problem viewing my own images on either of these other two sites, but I have not been able to see where my images are on Alamay, Is there a spot for a contributors portfolio with Alamay? I am trying to learn this site and this is probably the first of a few (read many) questions I may have.

Thank you for any and all assistance.

Robert Connelly

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You need to use the advanced search function to search on the photographer. Of course you can also view your own images in Manage Images 2.4 under My Alamy when you are logged in.

 

Pearl

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Best of luck Robert - but if you offer the same images on those two micro sites you will find that potential customers will always find the cheapest one and it would be nice to think that it wouldn't be Alamy.....I find that 'horses for courses' is the best policy.....

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How come nobody knows this?

Clients do not know this either.

Don't they read the blog?

;-)

 

wim

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Thank you all for your responses. I did figure it out shortly after posting.  I am looking forward to a long relationship with Alamay.

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Thank you all for your responses. I did figure it out shortly after posting.  I am looking forward to a long relationship with Alamay.

or Alamy even

 

Pearl

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Hey wiskerke I see we have another 'grey beard' to join the club. :)

 

Welcome to the club Robert.

 

Allan

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What is Alamay?

 

:D  Sorry, had to :D

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