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Hi There, i found very interesting the Emily Hoskin article Introducing our image categories

 

but...

There some method to know if a own image is ended in this collection?

Have someone a kind of idea?

 

somuchthanks, Francè

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There some method to know if a own image is ended in this collection?

 

Have someone a kind of idea?

 

somuchthanks, Francè

 

Flowers, Gardens & Plants Stock Images (3,759,460)

 

 

 

 

Wildlife Stock Images (1,437,308)

 

 

No idea how far the handpicked collection stretches. Can't imagine Alamy handpicked all 1,437,308 wildlife pictures.

 

Cheers,

Philippe

 

 

:huh: thanks anyway

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Hi There, i found very interesting the Emily Hoskin article Introducing our image categories

 

but...

 

There some method to know if a own image is ended in this collection?

 

Have someone a kind of idea?

 

somuchthanks, Francè

Click on one of the categories and, when the first page of results comes up, go to the advanced search above the images.  Put your pseudonym name in to the Contributor box and it will show you how many and which images you have in that category for that pseudonym.

 

Looking at mine I'm assuming it's keyword(s) driven.  As I don't commonly use wildlife as a keyword only a few of my insect shots show up in that category, but loads of my garden and plant shots in the 

Flowers, gardens & plants category because I do use flowers and garden a lot.

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