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Hello everyone :)

 

I'm Anett and I'm a student for special make-up artistry in germany.

Photography and my profession are my passion! I hope to learn much more in the future and be a worthy artist next to you all. 

I mostly do portraits or macros/close ups. I'd love to go further into wildlife or even landscape photography because I feel one with the nature. 

Thanks for letting me be here and I wish everyone a lovely day, 

Anett 

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Welcome Anett.

 

I am new here, too. But it looks like that we have the same photography interests :-)

 

Wish you a lot of sales!

Best,

Johannes

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Welcome Anett.

 

I am new here, too. But it looks like that we have the same photography interests :-)

 

Wish you a lot of sales!

Best,

Johannes

Thank you very much Johannes, I wish you the best too! 

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Greetings Anett,

 

Hope you are successful selling your images here.

 

Allan

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Welcome to the forum, Anett.  Be careful with your captions.  You've got a photo of a tulip captioned as "Close up on four violet crocuses covered in water drops" which refers to another couple of your images.  Oh, and the honey bees are Apis mellifera. Apis mellifica is a homeopathic remedy.

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Welcome to the forum, Anett.  Be careful with your captions.  You've got a photo of a tulip captioned as "Close up on four violet crocuses covered in water drops" which refers to another couple of your images.  Oh, and the honey bees are Apis mellifera. Apis mellifica is a homeopathic remedy.

Thank you John! Is there a way to change my title? I also noticed that the title is wrong when i looked through my pictures.. I must have checked 2 picutres at once without noticing. Oh and Thank you about the Honey Bee, I didnt notice at all! I must pay more attention. Thank you! 

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Welcome to the forum, Anett.  Be careful with your captions.  You've got a photo of a tulip captioned as "Close up on four violet crocuses covered in water drops" which refers to another couple of your images.  Oh, and the honey bees are Apis mellifera. Apis mellifica is a homeopathic remedy.

Thank you John! Is there a way to change my title? I also noticed that the title is wrong when i looked through my pictures.. I must have checked 2 picutres at once without noticing. Oh and Thank you about the Honey Bee, I didnt notice at all! I must pay more attention. Thank you! 

 

Yes you can easily change the title in the Alamy Image manager. Select the picture and the caption is above the keywords.  So long as you haven't hit the 150 character limit you can edit without needing to delete anything.

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Welcome to the forum, Anett.  Be careful with your captions.  You've got a photo of a tulip captioned as "Close up on four violet crocuses covered in water drops" which refers to another couple of your images.  Oh, and the honey bees are Apis mellifera. Apis mellifica is a homeopathic remedy.

Thank you John! Is there a way to change my title? I also noticed that the title is wrong when i looked through my pictures.. I must have checked 2 picutres at once without noticing. Oh and Thank you about the Honey Bee, I didnt notice at all! I must pay more attention. Thank you! 

 

Yes you can easily change the title in the Alamy Image manager. Select the picture and the caption is above the keywords.  So long as you haven't hit the 150 character limit you can edit without needing to delete anything.

 

Thank you very much! I will do that right away.

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