mickfly

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About mickfly

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    http://mickflynnimages.com/

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    http://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={001FAE8A-8C04-4706-B279-03F474CA656B}&name=Michael+Flynn
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    19 Apr 2012

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  1. US foreign taxpayer ID

    The UK has a Tax treaty with the US... CONVENTION BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND FOR THE AVOIDANCE OF DOUBLE TAXATION AND THE PREVENTION OF FISCAL EVASION WITH RESPECT TO TAXES ON INCOME AND ON CAPITAL GAINS
  2. US foreign taxpayer ID

    I completed the W8-BEN and used my UK NI number. I recently received form 1042-s which shows that no tax was withheld. EDIT after Spacecadet post. No need for a passport.
  3. Licensing other peoples pictures

    Alamy would pay me 50% (except distributors) and I would negotiate the amount I would pay my own contributor, not sure what would be fair though as I would have to edit and keyword the images.
  4. Opening up the shadows would identify the driver. I sold a tram one the other day but it was RM due to the issues you mention, so, I am also stumped how this is RF.
  5. Licensing other peoples pictures

    It's early days, the pictures may be historically important and it would be a shame for them not to be seen. Geo, I would make it clear that sales are not a given and it's a long game.
  6. post your favorite doppelgangers here

    I think the chap on the right looks like British comedian, Bobby Davro. His management website here
  7. Lightroom: Color grading in the basic panel

    I Like your videos Vic, but your output is too high for me, like others I prefer to read. I can read for hours, but only watch a few tv progs and internet videos a week. If you made only one a fortnight I would watch them sooner, but, as it is I will get around to them all when I have time. They are very useful though, thanks.
  8. @cbimages May seem like an odd question, but was your file time/clock info correct on your laptop? If the time/date is out they will be too old for the live news feed and will bypass.
  9. Licensing other peoples pictures

    Thanks for the replies. A separate pseudonym and a contract will be in order if we choose to go forward. .
  10. What would be the procedure to upload for licensing someone else's archive images from the 60's, with their permission?
  11. New Contributor from Vancouver

    This one is still posting pictures which look like they have been lifted straight off the net, not sure if they are public domain, but could cost ALAMY dearly... The original copyright owner may not get a payout from the likes of Pixabay, but they would here, wouldn't they?
  12. Archive subs by ftp

    Uploaded in just a few moments using FTP and my mobile hotspot, so the problem is on the router in the holiday flat, great download speed, lousy upload speed. Sorry for hijacking your thread, Geo.
  13. Archive subs by ftp

    I have used FTP clients a lot in the past so am fairly au fait with them, so I think it may be this connection. I am currently uploading five files using the web page and it has been nearly 40 mins! I didn't have FileZilla set to create a log (I have now), but have run the setup wizard and the connection fails! I'll try using my mobile phone as a hotspot later and try to FTP some more via that route.
  14. Archive subs by ftp

    I'm not sure what the problem is then, although we are in a rented holiday apartment right now and the normal web upload method is very very slow. News via FTP was still fine though. I'll try a few images to stock tonight via FTP and see if it has got better, thanks.