Bill Brooks Posted November 23, 2017 Share Posted November 23, 2017 6 hours ago, Colblimp said: I worry I'm missing out on sales by keeping all my images as RM, or am I worrying over nothing?! To complicate things further, the biggest mistake you can make when starting out in RF is to consider RF the minor leagues, or a different market, and choose weak or different images for RF. I would suggest that if you are seriously considering RF, then leave your present RM as RM but shoot RF exclusively for 18 months. 6 months to get RF sales started, and then a further years shooting to evaluate. After 18 months evaluate your RF sales going back one year verses your RM. NO cheating !! No matter how wonderful an image is, it goes into RF during that 18 months. If RF does not work out for you, then convert any RF images that have not sold as pure RF, back to RM. The new AIM makes the transition of old RM to RF easy for the photographer, where previously it was impossible unless you deleted RM and then reuploaded the same images as RF. I think that ease of transition speaks volumes about where Alamy thinks the market is going. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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