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  2. Image identification

    I should have asked the lady, but would someone be able to identify this dog breed please? They were absolutely lovely dogs.
  3. Have you found any Alamy images Feb 2018

    Guardian online 25.02.2018 FFJXEH Kenneth Taylor Thirlmere Landscape, Lake District National Park, Cumbria, England K3R1R3 mauritius images GmbH/ClickAlps A vineyard in the raethian Alps in autumn near Morbegno BT9GND Julian Cartwright The mountain of Moel Hebog viewed from Cnicht, across Llyn yr Arddu. J04P73 Joe Dunckley Sheep on the incline track that leads to Croesor Quarry on the side of Moelwyn Mawr mountain in Snowdonia National Park BK8584 Vincent Lowe The Snowdon range, from Yr Arddu in the Moelwyn hills, Snowdonia, CP0R8Y Phil Seale A Rambling Club approaching Dumgoyne in the Campsie Fells near Strathblane CXR87K John Keates Meall Fuar-mhonaidh with views of Loch Ness and the Great Glen K46EA3 Nic Murray Daubenton's Kale KMXRB6 Valentyn Volkov Jerusalem artichoke on a white background BB6820 INTERFOTO / Personalities Janacek, Leos, 3.7.1854 - 12.8.1928, Czech composer, portrait HYHRHM Urbanmyth Interior of Neues Museum on Museum Island , Museumsinsel, Berlin, Germany
  4. Helloooo, anyone home?

    Same today with a lot of single image uploads from one event badly captioned and flooding the pages.
  5. Another tweet today from Alamy to confuse contributors regarding discoverability. How many new contributors come to the forum asking about this? It's clearly confusing, and I'd be confused too if I were new to Alamy. The wrong term is being used. What it tells people is that being "green" will lead to your images being more likely to be "discovered", which is not the case at all. It's great to have a way to flag images where the optional data has not been completed, or with only a few tags, but calling it "discoverability" and having that tag threshold so high, and keeping on pushing it on Twitter, is hurting everyone. This is not just the rant of one person, and a forum search shows that it's what just about every poster to these forums thinks. Geoff.
  6. Stock Photography

    Already posted here
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  8. I haven't yet made back the €1 or two I left a street mime in Düsseldorf four years ago. However, I have made back the price of the beer consumed at the bierstube I took the photographs from.
  9. CTR

    You can't see it, Betty, but I'm blushing. Actually, I have a beard, so nobody can see it really. Best wishes.
  10. Took the 'Political' black cab taxi tour in Belfast a couple of years ago - visiting the Falls Road and Shankill Road areas among others. Well worth it, not least for the craic - £30 for three people but we bunged him a few quid more. Was supposed to be an hour but we were out for nearly three. Worth it for stock - no. Some of my photos of the famous political murals were removed by Alamy in the 'Great Mural Cull'.
  11. I'm not sure I'd want such a tool. I think there are relatively few images where all these related words would be relevant - though I suppose starting with a full list and deleting some might be easier than thinking them up from scratch. OK, yes, it could be useful.
  12. Stock Photography

  13. I believe this very much depends on the quality of the individual that gives you the tour. You may want to thouroughly check before you go and commit. I did that in Cambodia if willing, where, what year, length of tour, cost? private tour for just myself, couple of days, approx 300-400USD/day was price all inclusive or additional fees? inclusive of meals, transport, a western photographer who lives there and his Cambodian driver We did quite a couple of 100KM's - guess around 800 which translates to ~500miles) my own entrance fees and hotel (one night in ~2 local stars) were not included but marginal did it offer access to things not otherwise available to public? yes, absolutely, we went to incredible places off any beaten track great introduction to locals my own preferences very well served did you make back costs via stock licensing...? nope, absolutely not - but that was not the main purpose It was a great holiday, lots of fun and impressions that I would not like to miss out on I would definitely do it again - 100%
  14. Have you found any Alamy images Feb 2018

    Thanks Bryan, I use a mac and I used to be able to check using Tineye and Google Reverse search but for the last year or so these sites have been using a blocking mechanism and I can't save/download these images easily (a good thing) and can't use the search tools either easily. So I just do it the old fashioned way of inserting into Alamy's search bar and trawl through pages of searches looking for them but this takes time, which I don't always have! I can use Tineye and Goole Reverse search on my own Alamy images etc
  15. Digitally Altered Images

    it disappeared with AIM, but you can always add to the description if you believe its important, see also this thread.
  16. Digitally Altered Images

    I don't bother. If the image looks realistic and the customer is happy with it, whether it's been severely edited or not, I don't think it matters. It's only with live news it would matter as you're reporting the facts. It's one less thing to have to bother clicking on when doing my keywords, which is a good thing. Geoff.
  17. CTR

    I must have upset someone without knowing it. A regular occurrence.
  18. Have you found any Alamy images Feb 2018

    Guardian Online 25 February 2018 JTB MEDIA CREATION, Inc. Cedric Maes Matteo Cozzi Mark Bassett Eddy Galeotti
  19. Have you found any Alamy images Feb 2018

    Wall Street Journal 23 February 2018 Alan Paterson Hemis (People Cropped out)
  20. Sony has come out with a new 18-135 zoom for its APS-C mirrorless cameras (NEX, a6000, etc.). Sounds like it may be worth a look:
  21. Have you found any Alamy images Feb 2018

    Cheers David! Sunday Times 25th DAVID WHINHAM Student protest in support of lecturers on strike over pensions in Newcastle - can't find it, lapsed live news Very similar to BTT7CH Miss Random Young girl in hospital ward getting ready to have an injection- can't find it Exclusive detached house UK - can't find it Scottish Edition FWDT80 ilpo musto Edinburgh,Scotland: The Bow Bar E6DEXD Vincent Lowe Ben Stack from the river Laxford, near Laxford Bridge, Sutherland, Scotland, UK DF83H2 John Peter Photography Renovated George Square in Glasgow Scotland with new surface and grass bed and showing Glasgow City council City chambers G26H6J Mark Thomas Hospital nurse at a workstation in a ward answering enquiries and checking medical records Irish Edition Manhattan street with Guess store on right and people crossing road in foreground - can't find it Business H4GF8M Jansos Marmite prices were set to rocket until Unilever came to an agreement with the Tesco supermarket chain DC6MR2 Roberto Herrett New Look fashion shop in Oxford Street, London, UK G5K07E EnVogue_Photo Poundworld Shops and Shoppers in the retail sector of the Victorian Town of Southport, in Merseyside, UK BM18HF Kumar Sriskandan Loch Fyne Seafood Bar and Grill, Norwich, Norfolk, UK C4FNB1 Adam Burton Windswept sand dunes on the beach at Studland Bay, Dorset, England. Winter (February) 2011 CEP5D0 Phil Wills Posting a Lovefilm DVD rental using the provided prepaid postage envelope, UK Money C929NB Emma Wood The quirky annual World Tin Bath Championships held on a summer weekend in Middle Harbour, Castletown, on the Isle of Man KPPGRY khwanchai phanthong Calculate budget and business planning concept, people couting revenue and expenditure by using calculator and laptop looking paper graph on desk EF883E AF archive KATHLEEN TURNER & MICHAEL DOUGLAS THE WAR OF THE ROSES (1989 DYDCM8 Gordon Scammell/LOOP IMAGES Pints of beer on the bar in a pub HW71G0 Dave Ellison JD Sports shop in Liverpool DFD3HJ Imagedoc University students on campus, University of East Anglia, UEA, Norwich, Norfolk England UK
  22. Have you found any Alamy images Feb 2018

    Hi Lynne On my Android tablet I download the image and then have Tineye search for it. On my Win 10 PC, I have both Tineye and Google reverse image search set up to look for the image directly within Chrome. It's so long since I installed the software that I can't remember how I did it. Never had any problems using either app. other than for the fact that the free version of Tineye has a limit to the number of searches that it will do in any one period of 24 hours.
  23. CTR

    Thank you, Gen. We need good vibes to knock out the stomach bug running through the family. Not me, knock on wood, so the vibes/energy must be working!
  24. CTR

    You have 3 stars with me.
  25. How to travel light?

    I had to strike a compromise between price/weight/specifications. Hope I chose right. Thank you so much for your help Wim, I'm only getting round to giving you greenies. Gen
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  27. Hi I've learned heaps since joining the forum so a big thank you to all who have contributed. My eyes and brain are hurting from all of the reading I've only ever sold my photos directly to clients but its getting harder these days. Until now, I've just used keywords for my own benefit to find specific photos directly in Lightroom. I just have my keywords organised into tables and cut/paste into LR So now that I’m with Alamy, I want to use the hierarchal system that many of you use. It just seems such a better system than the one I have been using So to the question: Is it possible to export/import my keywords from an excel file directly into Bridge and if so how? I've read many threads but just cant find the answer (maybe I've been asking the wrong question) Thanks in advance
  28. I guess I don't get out much, but I've never heard of such a tour. Rick
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