Allan Bell Posted November 8, 2016 Share Posted November 8, 2016 Yesterday 7th Nov 2016 I uploaded batch of images to Alamy which I had checked at 100% and they looked fine. Today 8th Nov 2016 I received the following very nice email indeed. Hi AllanSorry, your submission has failed. Our Quality Control (QC) team found the following problems: Filename Rejection reason Cranes silhouett...ainst sunset.jpg Soft or lacking definition Next time, you can make sure your images meet our guidelines by checking them at 100% (actual pixels) for any technical issues before you upload. We've also made a handy PDF that explains all QC failure reasons, check it out here.We love seeing fresh content so why not try again? Get uploading and send us another batch! upload your next submission now. I was fully expecting a pass when opening the email then thought WHAT! A notice that my submission had FAILED and only NEXT day. It was also asking me to upload my next submission there and then with no 30 day wait. Gee! Did I feel good? You betcha. The bottom line is that back on 25th July 2016 I have a red fail for which I had to wait the statutory period. And only 13 uploads between then and the 7th Nov. Is this a new policy on Alamy's part, or perhaps an early Christmas present. I can only wonder but it is very welcome indeed. A big THANK YOU Alamy, thank you, thank you, thank you. Allan Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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