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First four submissions

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Hi everybody,

 

I am about to submit my first four submissions for approval, they look OK technically.Three of the images have people in them with no model release and the fourth is of the Hungarian parliament shot at dusk.

My question is: do the initial submissions have to be totally bland ie suitable for commercial micro stock type or can they reflect the sort of editorial work that I wish to submit? 

 

Thanks

Adrian

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Like all Alamy submissions it is assessed for technical quality only.

Edited by spacecadet

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Your submitted images should reflect the sheer image quality of your work viewed at 100%.    The subject matter is immaterial to Alamy (within their rules of course) 

 

John

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There's a thread in that- 'Your QC Sub'.

I'll start.

norman-doorway-st-marys-church-lambourne
st-marys-church-lambourne-essex-bcwj31.j
foot-and-mouth-sign-bcwhcw.jpg
flowers-in-a-country-churchyard-st-marys

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There's a thread in that- 'Your QC Sub'.

I'll start.

 

 

 

I am willing to play too but I think the new thread should be in the "let's talk about pictures." - don't you?

 

Allan

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Adrian - forget all about micro and read and understand Alamy's terms and licences.

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I don't have a can of baked beans in my collection, but here's one that I might include in an initial submission these days.

 

white-art-sign-on-a-black-wooden-wall-eg

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