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Need to clarify: we can upload iPhone photos in the same manner that we upload our regular stock taken with DSLRs?

Or do they have to be submitted only as "news"?

 

 

I have two iPhone 6 photos (taken under good lighting conditions and postprocessed in Lightroom) which I uploaded as regular stock, and they both passed QC. So either they are good enough or QC didn't check thoroughly.

 

 

Feel free to try to find them in my pictures ;)

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Thank you Lisa for the feedback on the technical aspect! My photo wasn't that create, so not surprised it was rejected. I'll try some more creative.

 

I was just worried about the quality. While the focus point was in the right spot, the phone over-sharped in combination with too much noise compression .. or perhaps I should open the manual to see if any of the settings can be changed ..

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I just read the Alamy notice about postings about Stockimo, so I tried to delete -- I could only edit - so ignore this as if it was deleted, I guess. 

Edited by HollyGraphic
just read the Alamy notice about postings about Stockimo, so I tried to delete -- I could only edit
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Check out the Photo Transfer app. I have found it simple to use and you could put the images you want to submit back on your phone for submission.

 

Paulette

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