It said “host sftp.123rf.com does not exist”.
So even though it’s only “plain” FTP, if I use explicit or implicit encryption my passwords will be safe?
Ok, I downloaded WinSCP and am atempted to login to the sites. On all the sites I got the same error message saying they “rejected SFTP connection, but it listens for FTP”. 🙁
Is it safe to TLS/SSL Implicit or Explicit encryption? Or is it best not to use FTP for these sites?
The parents didn’t feel comfortable with having their children’s faces on the internet, but they were fine with their profile.
I was having difficulty getting the lighting right. I’ll try to explain what I did. For the little boy shots it was a small room and bouncing the speedlite off the celling was making harsh shadows under the boy’s chin.(I…[Read more]
The macro and scripting feature look promising! Thanks for telling me about them!
On all the sites, except Lightstock, I think I’ll still have to add categories, submit for review etc. (depends on the site). But if I could figure out how to upload to all the sites at once that would save a lot of time!
Most of the time I upload the same photos…[Read more]
Is upload speed generally faster through a FTP then uploading through the website?
Thank you for all the links to the instruction!
Another thought I had, is it possible to set up something like what an action in Photoshop does? Something that records all the clicks that I do to upload to the sites only each time changing what pictures I choose?
These are the stock sites I upload to.
you could check out Lightstock’s API page to see what options they have.
I’m not understanding the page you linked.
I’m trying to figure out ways to streamline my post-processing stock workflow!
I submit to to several stock sites and uploading to each individual site can be time consuming. Is there anyway that I can bulk upload to all the sites at once? Also is there anyway that I could do it right in Lightroom without exporting? (Like the plugin for Adobe…[Read more]
Blessings Captured replied to the topic Can anyone please share portfolios of wholesome photos I can buy for my website? in the forum Photography Q&A 2 weeks, 4 days ago
The stock site called Lightstock has a lot of pictures of praying and Bible reading and I’ve sold pictures through them.
I’ve only done a few shoots of individuals reading the Bible/praying/homeschooling. But here’s a collection I have of Bible reading and prayer and then one I have of homeschooling.
Thank you @JamesStaddon, that makes sense!
I wasn’t sure if the picture with the fresh morning snow was peaceful or not. I was going off the complementary blue and yellow.
Thank you @dfrazer! That makes since to keep the file the same name as what I do for myself. Then it won’t get confusing if later the client need’s me to refer back to the originals.
Now I understand why you should put the year first! Before I thought that it was strange because that’s not how we normally write dates.
I have a question for all of you that have done photo work for others, or have had others do it for you.
What should I name the pictures that I deliver to my client. What have you found is the most understandable system for the client?
Thank you so much!
Good news! Praise the Lord, the colors have printed correctly! I have not physically see them, but my printer says that the colors are looking good.
We also think we’ve found the root problem. Because there were so many high quality pictures (300dpi) it was taking over 2 mins to print one page. To save time (also cost) he printed one set and then…[Read more]
“Is that normally the case with bridge cameras?”
I don’t know, the Kodak pixpro is the only bridge camera I have experience with. I’m guessing if you could find one that had manual focus point selection like DSLRs have, it would be easier to focus.
I suppose wear and tear from switching lenses on the SLR has caused this issue…
Yes, I can’t think of any time when it broke. I just noticed it when closely examining the lens contacts.
@JamesStaddon, thanks for “leveling that up” for me!
Ok, tomorrow I should be able to get a sample printed, that’s the real test…
Or can I go through and override the defaults like shown in the the article you linked.
Override the Defaults. When you import a CMYK image, you can turn on the Show Import Options checkbox in the Place dialog box. The Color tab of the import options dialog box offers you the chance to choose a color profile If there is a profile listed above…
Do your edits, sharpenings, etc in PS, but DON’T set a CMYK profile in Photoshop.
I’ve already gone through all the images and and set a CMYK profile. Do I need to go back and change the profile back to whatever it was original?(RGB?) Or will it be fine if I “Preserve numbers” in Indesign?
You probably do want to save in the CMYK color space, but it’s also possible, according to this thread, that his print software (not necessarily InDesign, but the other software he uses for actually “sending” the job to print) is so outdated that it can’t handle the proper color space options.
So I should ask him if the the printer we’re u…[Read more]
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