Dyn Llun Posted June 30, 2016 Share Posted June 30, 2016 I know I have said this before but in a professional environment, it's up to the 'supplier' to understand what is required in the matter of basic quality standards, and Alamy's requirements are just that, despite all the hoo ha from amateur photographers about difficulties. I am getting some plumbing work done at the moment and I don't tell my plumber what tools to bring, or what quality of soldering I require, I expect him to understand and interpret my needs and bring and do what's required to complete a fully professional job. Alamy's technical quality requirements are very basic compared with many other professional outlets and markets for photography. It's up to any potential contributor to understand these before they start wasting Alamy's time by submitting technically inferior work. To submit sub-standard work to 'test the water' to see if it's up to the mark is not acceptable in any professional context and anywhere else would result in all future work being rejected. Basic technical quality, as I have written in my blog, is not rocket science and Alamy provides good information for potential suppliers if they can be bothered to read them. Most can't it seems. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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