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Anyone know what the state of play is when taking photos from car parks, roads and public footpaths on NHS land (all external to the hospital). I did not have a licence or permission to take photos but there was no signage on display suggesting it was necessary. Is the onus on me to find out? Anyway, I have been asked by the NHS Trust to remove such photos, mostly of Carillion signage, as I do not have permission. Fair request? What do people think?
When submitting an editorial photo from a sports event can anybody let me know which restrictions should I be placing on the images ? I selected them all but this means they're unable to be used on websites and presentations as it shows them in red ? I cannot sell the images for personal uses but leaving just the editorial box seems to place a huge and unnecessary restriction on the use of my images ? Thanks Michael
Hi guys, Just made a sale for $180, but it's not looking quite so good when I looked at the details. Am I reading this correctly? My image can be used for 20 years as a 2-page spread and unlimited, Worldwide print / e-book? Probably missed something... $180 Country: Worldwide Usage: Editorial Media: Textbook - print and e-book Print run: Unlimited Placement: Inside Image Size: 2 page spread Start: 03 October 2013 End: 03 October 2038 All terms and rights granted as per the Alamy Preferred Vendor Agreement dated 26th January 2010 prevail. Flat rate per image, license period 20 years Cheers, Dayve
Have you seen this type of licence before? It's the first time for me. A sale was reported this morning. Country: United Kingdom Usage: Internal business usage Media: Personal Start: 22 May 2013 End: 22 May 2016 I hope that it is the beginning of recognition by people that they have to pay to use images. Am I speaking too soon? Sung