Getty has shown some love
Kendall Helmstetter Gelner wrote:
That's one of the nice things about the Merrill sensors, is that there's no question of being able to use it for stock photos.
One question, when you submit do you reduce sharpening in SPP first? I know most stock companies want you to submit un-sharpened images.
the problem with me is time
i got invites for some 70 images, but i have not been able to submit one...
I will do it but (thats what i keep thinking)
There's no question of preparing images in a perfect way, because of that...so sharpening will have to be at 'zero' and the TIFF that i have will get uploaded.
I have started doing lot of things in SPP, compared to earlier, as i have gotten a hang of the software. These images are older images.
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