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On 10/17/2017 at 08:17, confused said:

It appears the standard is to reject images ; no idea how to get accepted. I have images that have won ie highly commended in international Salons rejected as soft and no definition to much noise etc

 So given up as the standard is to high for me  


Image quality needs to be high in a professional stock image library.


There's lots of helpful information from alamy on the requirements for QC, e.g.,




Some of these criteria I hadn't really considered before starting to contribute to stock libraries.  But since then I've learned a lot and my photography has improved.  If photography is important to you it's worth it to learn to meet these standards.



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On 10/16/2017 at 20:44, BentBach said:

...that eventually became his most famous work the Alexandria Quartet.


It's difficult (and in my case, virtually impossible) to predict what buyers want - unless they tell you, and then it's near impossible to predict how they want to see it, unless they are stood with you at the shoot.

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