Betty LaRue Posted August 6, 2013 Share Posted August 6, 2013 Just curious as to how you all mark your images chosen for upload to Alamy, to sort them from the ones you haven't uploaded. Sometimes I may develop several similars from a shoot but end up only uploading a couple of them. Once converted to jpeg I put them in a folder marked "Alamy 200" or whatever number denoting how many uploads I've done. The original folder I'm working from may be named "13-08-06 restaurants". As I work, I also save back a jpeg to the original folder as a jpeg and mark them like this: DSC2044-AL.jpg. The AL lets me know I uploaded this image to Alamy. Then I delete the Tiff. Back before I saved only jpegs to my folders, I saved them in 8 bit (way way back, 16 bit) Tiff format. So I might have Tiffs that I have uploaded alongside Tiffs I didn't use. If I should go back to that folder, The "AL" designation lets me know which images are in my Alamy online portfolio and which are not. Nowadays, since I only save the jpeg back into the folder, I can readily see what I've done. Anything saved in jpeg has been uploaded, any Tiffs have not. Even so, I still mark the jpegs with the "AL" designation. What do you do? Betty Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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