Michael Halberstadt Posted May 9, 2013 Share Posted May 9, 2013 A few months ago, I got a little chiding from whoever polices Alamy images about the number of people in a few images. The note said they corrected the number, so I don't really know where I went wrong- if I was way off base or there was a little speck of a person that changed the number from 3 to 4 or what. I've struggled with how best to handle the number of people pulldown especially since getting the email. My workflow has been to automatically mark all my images as including 1 person unreleased and including unreleased property. After I apply to all images, I go and manually correct as needed. But the preview isn't large enough to do a great job at telling how many people are in a photo. My logic behind this is better safe than sorry. I figured that not having a release for one person is the same legally speaking as 2,3, or 4. How do other Alamy contributors manage workflow regarding number of people where it's tricky? You know, street scenes without many people, or long exposures where people are partially ghosted, shallow depth of focus with unknown objects in the background, or other such tricky circumstances. I've been trying to think of a more efficient way like adding a keyword like people:1, people:2 etc while I'm viewing at full size in Lightroom. Any advice? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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