DDoug Posted January 26, 2015 Share Posted January 26, 2015 When I first started with Alamy 10 months ago, I submitted the usual four images. Mine included a 35mm scan and a 6x9cm scan, plus 10 and 16 megapixel digital captures. All but the 35mm scan (shot with a Canon 200mm L lens on a tripod) were accepted. Since then I’ve been working through my digital backlog. The only 35mm scans I’ve submitted were archival, thus bypassing QC. I’ve got lots and lots of 35mm backlog, which will remain there since I’ve no interest in spending time in jail/gaol/sinbin. I guess I’m sort of a pansy when it comes to rejection of my photography. So, my question is, if 6x9 passes and 35mm fails, what about 645? Are any of you still submitting scanned medium format film (apart from archival)? Is a Nikon LS9000 scan of a 6x6 or 645 transparency good enough for Alamy? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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