Those of you with sharp eyes may have spotted a new page linked to on the right-hand side (assuming I have not re-designed the site to look different to how it is today of course) – The Premium Gallery. This is a quick way of looking at some of the images that have been selected from my catalogue by Getty Images and Alamy for commercial sale. As of today, I have 240 images uploaded to EyeEm, 198 on the standard EyeEm market-place, and 47 selected for the “premium” collection. The gallery linked to contains around 35 images, so some are missing; this is merely laziness on my part.
Although I intend to update this gallery from time to time, it isn’t intended as an exact representation of what is available; it is more a test of the gallery function available with “Envira Gallery” (a WordPress extension) which I may make more use of.
As with yesterday’s Brighton pictures, some accumulated images of Southsea that have not been processed before …
(Apologies for the pun)
Reprocessing some old photos
If you don’t recognise it, that is one of the entrances to Sagradia Familia.
I have been hard at work fixing all of the broken Photography posts on this blog – specifically fixing all the broken images. Go back far enough, and you may well come across photos you have not seen before.
As a bonus, I have also uploaded all the images to Eyeem where you can see all the images on one page without any annoying words.
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