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Download my own images (I have lost a few...)


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#1 christophev

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Posted A week ago

Hi everybody,

 

May be a long run, but just wondering if it is possible to download some of my hi-res photos. I have lost some images from my older stock, and also wondering how I could have photos with all IPTC field that I actually implemented on the alamy website? 

Any help much appreciated, 

Thanks a million,

 

 


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#2 GS-Images

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Posted A week ago

Nobody here can help with that, so you should write to Alamy Customer Relations who may be able to send you the images with metadata intact. Worth a shot.

 

Geoff.


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#3 christophev

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Posted A week ago

Was just wondering if there was any button that I was missing once logged in.

 

Thanks GS-Images. Will try that.


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#4 GS-Images

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Posted A week ago

Was just wondering if there was any button that I was missing once logged in.

 

Thanks GS-Images. Will try that.

 

Ar I see. No, sorry, there is no such option unfortunately.

 

Geoff.


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#5 MDM

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Posted A week ago

There was an article in one of David Kirkpatrick's (former forum regular and photography journalist) magazines about this a while back. Apparently he lost a huge number of images and was able to recover them thanks to Alamy. But you would need to contact Alamy.


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