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Marco Lanciani

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  1. Evolution. From the Water to the Land. From Swimming to Running.
  2. I better like the light in #1. Light in #2 and #3 looks dull, as if they were taken behind a glass...
  3. I think you can do beautiful prints of #2 and #4. I really like #5.
  4. Thank you Dallas. I now updated them at 1640 px. I usually stay on 940 px because it fills my monitor in portrait orientation.
  5. The Centrale Montemartini was the first public power plant to produce electricity for Rome. Eventually the building was turned into a museum and now the old machinery of electricity production works as a backdrop for masterpieces of ancient sculptures. NIKON D7000 + SAMYANG 10mm DxO PHOTO LAB2 (2.3.1) 1 2 3 4
  6. Here is the chines counterpart of 500px: http://500px.me/ I've found this explanation from another photographer: http://photoblog.mrussellphotography.com/9-reasons-i-no-longer-use-500px/ Looks like a number of photographers are leaving... Is 500px still worth contributing photos?
  7. Still investigating in this world of stock photography, I'd like to hear your opinion and, possibly, experience. 500px: Looks like many photographers are unhappy of the recent moves there... to say a few, always closer to china or royalties lowered to 30%, from 70%. Flickr: a possible way to Getty Images. PhotoShelter: don't know what to think about.
  8. 1. I just can't. I can't sell as RF what's on Alamy as RM, and most of images on Alamy are Rights Managed. 2. As for images with the same license, no one is going to buy on Alamy if it's cheaper elsewhere.
  9. So far I have set some photos on Alamy as RF but nothing changed. OTOH I had a nice surprise on Shutterstock just a few days ago: I’ve sold a single image for $27 It must be a sort of extended license. On Shutterstock I’ve sold within weeks from my signing up, with just a few images. On Alamy, with more than 70 images, RM and RF… nothing. Maybe what I have on Alamy is already available somewhere else at a lover price. At this point I don’t know if I have to close my Alamy account and put those images on Shutterstock and eventually signup again one day with a better collection set.
  10. I think I'll start setting some photos as RF and see what happen...
  11. Thank you Dallas. If I got your theory right, it's not a matter of RF vs RM. If the customer is interested it buys anyway. Anyone else on this?
  12. Since I started submitting images to Shutterstock and Alamy I have now almost 50 images on both agencies. I've sold 15 images on Shutterstock, $0.25 each, so... $3.75 - Mmh... it's a long time to the D500. On Alamy 0! Those on Shutterstock are all Royalty Free (RF), no option here. On Alamy, and here is my problem, I can choose and set all of them as Rights Managed (RM), after reading their Forum. I think I understand the Difference between RF and RM but how do I take the decision. This I have yet to understand. 1. What makes an image more sellable, or preferable, as RF or RM? 2. Also, it is still possible that one client prefer an image as RF and another client prefer the same image as RM. What to do if this case really exist? What License should I set the image to? Any idea or direct experience?
  13. I think Nikon should joint to or work together with one of the Big in this field, like Adobe Lr or PhaseOne C1... and give up with its software compartment. Although I have a Capture NX license, I used it rarely... it was always a pain, always outdated and incredibly slow. They also changed name at least 3 times and I don't know if I can take this for good: it seems as Capture NX-D isn't anyway on the right path. Yet If you want to instal only Capture NX, simply you can't: you are asked to install Nikon Messenger and maybe something else and you are not free to take your decision on this. Will it still be the same with Capture NX-D? I never tried Capture NX-D but I guess it's only good to mess up with my Mac.
  14. "A golden carpet" is a great capture. I also like the presence of the bare tree as a silhouette very much; it adds to the final result.
  15. I've always thought the best solution being a good fluid video head with leveling base and/or (leveling) tripod's column if the tripod is solid enough.
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