Bryan

Have you found any Alamy images in January 2018?

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5 hours ago, Russell said:

Interesting. I wonder what it was about my post DT 02/01/18 that deserved a red!. Mistake perhaps, let's see if they own up.

 

Just an accidental click by someone, I imagine. 

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Times 3rd

 

ED15AW   Marcin Rogozinski Canal boats on the river Cam in autumn, Cambridge Cambridgeshire England United Kingdom UK - looks like a crop of this

A1ABX1  Chuck Pefley   Back view of man with bald spot on head wearing white shirt

 

Scottish Edition

 

KW1YFM Snow falling Edinburgh city centre 29th December - Image not found.

 

Irish Edition

 

F4NJE8     zerocreatives Car dealer showing new car to young couple in showroom

 

Business

 

HTA1FK   marc zakian  electric car charging chargemaster

Hong Kong  Macau Bridge sunrise/sunset - can't find it

AXMTX0     Jack Maguire Hong Kong, China

 

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geo.de

https://www.geo.de/reisen/18086-rtkl-old-harry-rocks-england-eine-dramatische-kuestenlandschaft-mit-schmuggler

OLD HARRY ROCKS, ENGLAND
Eine dramatische Küstenlandschaft mit Schmuggler-Vergangenheit

 

BME2HJ (Rob Read) mauritius images / Nature Photographers Ltd / Alamy RM

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20 hours ago, Nigel Kirby said:

Hi Nigel, Thanks for the spot. Much appreciated.
Guardian Online  02/01/18. J01FNX     Jansos        Cox's Walk Footbridge in Sydenham Hill Wood, from which Pissarro painted Lordship Lane, London, England, UK
 

 

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You’re welcome Jansos
Nigel

 

Guardian Online  02/01/18

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/jan/02/storm-eleanor-met-office-high-wind-flood-warning-across-britain
KWARE7      keith morris      Aberystwyth Wales UK, Tuesday 02 January 2018 UK Weather : Storm Eleanor, the fifth named storm of the winter, hits Aberystwyth Wales, with westerly winds gusting up to 80mph

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2018/01/02/meet-yimbysarguing-homes-built-area/
BC9CYP     Richard Donovan      Teenagers on the distant quayside of Hamble Le Rice, getting ready to swim, the roofs of the Village climb behind, Hampshire UK

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/jan/02/crohns-disease-patient-in-fact-had-sauce-sachet-perforating-intestine
CY7MC3      Mark Collinson      Sachet of Heinz Tomato Ketchup    (CROPPED)

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Cheers imageplotter,
Steve


03/01/2018, UK, Guardian, p18, Ayurvedic 'doctor' in Mumbai, D2C49A, Universal Images Group North America LLC [Alamy credit only]
03/01/2018, UK, Guardian G2, p16,  Mongolian baritone Ariunbaatar Ganbaatar, F633GP, ITAR-TASS Photo Agency

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02/01/2018, UK, London Evening Standard, p36, B&M Bargains shop, ENTPG3, Matthew Ashmore [No credit - poss not via Alamy]
02/01/2018, UK, London Evening Standard, p36, Legoland, E46HCC, simon evans [No credit - poss not via Alamy]

 

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9 minutes ago, SShep said:

02/01/2018, UK, London Evening Standard, p36, B&M Bargains shop, ENTPG3, Matthew Ashmore [No credit - poss not via Alamy]
02/01/2018, UK, London Evening Standard, p36, Legoland, E46HCC, simon evans [No credit - poss not via Alamy]

 

 

WooHoo! Nice! Thank you for the spot! My image would have been sold via Alamy as this photo isn't for sale anywhere else.

 

And I've just done a Google image search on the image and also found it here:

 

http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/news/article-4265602/Budget-store-bosses-pay-tax-havens.html

 

and here:

 

http://latestnewsnetwork.com/budget-store-bosses-pay-themselves-through-tax-havens/

 

and here:

 

https://celebrityrave.com/article/bandm-budget-store-bosses-pay-themselves-millions-through-tax-havens-d/

 

So I wonder if these sites are also part of the "London Evening Standard" group. :-)

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Telegraph Online  03/01/18

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/europe/united-kingdom/articles/most-in-demand-landmark-trust-property/
H1R2NB    Christopher Nicholson      Belmont House, the former home of author John Vowles was restored by The Landmark Trust in Lyme Regis, Dorset, England, UK
EGTP99    Colin Underhill    Astley Castle, Warwickshire, England, UK

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2 hours ago, Matt Ashmore said:

 

WooHoo! Nice! Thank you for the spot! My image would have been sold via Alamy as this photo isn't for sale anywhere else.

 

And I've just done a Google image search on the image and also found it here:

 

http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/news/article-4265602/Budget-store-bosses-pay-tax-havens.html

 

and here:

 

http://latestnewsnetwork.com/budget-store-bosses-pay-themselves-through-tax-havens/

 

and here:

 

https://celebrityrave.com/article/bandm-budget-store-bosses-pay-themselves-millions-through-tax-havens-d/

 

So I wonder if these sites are also part of the "London Evening Standard" group. :-)

Those last two are knockoffs , but

"This is Money is part of the Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday & Metro media group"

so a separate fee there I think.

Is it the B&M one?  Looks familiar.

Edit: just noticed that's from last Feb, are you sure it's unreported?

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2 hours ago, Matt Ashmore said:

 

WooHoo! Nice! Thank you for the spot! My image would have been sold via Alamy as this photo isn't for sale anywhere else.

 

And I've just done a Google image search on the image and also found it here:

 

http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/news/article-4265602/Budget-store-bosses-pay-tax-havens.html

 

and here:

 

http://latestnewsnetwork.com/budget-store-bosses-pay-themselves-through-tax-havens/

 

and here:

 

https://celebrityrave.com/article/bandm-budget-store-bosses-pay-themselves-millions-through-tax-havens-d/

 

So I wonder if these sites are also part of the "London Evening Standard" group. :-)

 

Hi Matt

 

You're very welcome.  I believe that thisismoney.co.uk is part of the Daily Mail so that should be a separate sale from the one to the Standard.  Not sure about the other two though.

 

Steve

 

Mark just beat me to it :)

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On 02/01/2018 at 01:29, Bryan said:

Times 2nd

 

F2Y7K0 Robert Proctor  Evelyn Court, Malvern Road, Cheltenham, a beautiful Georgian terrace decorated with classical columns and pediments

 

Thanks for spotting it! Nice start to the new year ... at least, it would have been, but no sale (or zoom), and the image seems to have been reproduced over lots of news aggregator sites without credit (or fee) ... How long do these take to appear on Alamy, do you know?

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26 minutes ago, spacecadet said:

Those last two are knockoffs , but

"This is Money is part of the Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday & Metro media group"

so a separate fee there I think.

Is it the B&M one?  Looks familiar.

Edit: just noticed that's from last Feb, are you sure it's unreported?

 

Yes, it's the B&M one.

 

24 minutes ago, SShep said:

 

Hi Matt

 

You're very welcome.  I believe that thisismoney.co.uk is part of the Daily Mail so that should be a separate sale from the one to the Standard.  Not sure about the other two though.

 

Steve

 

Mark just beat me to it :)

 

From the wording in the article, I gathered Daily Mail was involved somehow. My comment about this being part of the 'Evening Standard' group was a bit tongue-in-cheek' :D But I didn't know that thismoney.co.uk was part of the Daily Mail group.. I rather assumed it was another knock off of an article that I hadn't found.

I have to admit, I hadn't noticed the date either. And no, this hasn't been reported. So I guess it's time to try Alamy's new(ish) link for reporting unreported usages.

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9 hours ago, Nigel Kirby said:

You’re welcome Jansos
Nigel

 

Guardian Online  02/01/18

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/jan/02/storm-eleanor-met-office-high-wind-flood-warning-across-britain
KWARE7      keith morris      Aberystwyth Wales UK, Tuesday 02 January 2018 UK Weather : Storm Eleanor, the fifth named storm of the winter, hits Aberystwyth Wales, with westerly winds gusting up to 80mph

Having been out and about shooting Eleanor myself trying to make something of the weaker strength winds we've had down here I've been scanning through some of the online images to see what has been used. With all the damage and forces of nature images that get taken, it's frustrating to see once again (after the other named storms of late) images of women with their hair slightly out of place by the big agency beginning with R. Come on picture editors, work harder!

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03/01/2018 Daily Mail (print)

Elevated view of the Welsh coastal town of Aberporth - in the news because of its crusade to become Wales' first plastic free town. GEXRPX Loop Images/Peter Watson

Eradication expert spraying Japanese knotweed in Suffolk. AB7C8M Brian Harris

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4 hours ago, Matt Ashmore said:

 

Yes, it's the B&M one.

 

 

From the wording in the article, I gathered Daily Mail was involved somehow. My comment about this being part of the 'Evening Standard' group was a bit tongue-in-cheek' :D But I didn't know that thismoney.co.uk was part of the Daily Mail group.. I rather assumed it was another knock off of an article that I hadn't found.

I have to admit, I hadn't noticed the date either. And no, this hasn't been reported. So I guess it's time to try Alamy's new(ish) link for reporting unreported usages.

Sorry if I'm teaching grandmother, etc., but I run through my zooms periodically (probably too periodically) and pick up some NS uses before they report.

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1 hour ago, Avpics said:

Having been out and about shooting Eleanor myself trying to make something of the weaker strength winds we've had down here I've been scanning through some of the online images to see what has been used. With all the damage and forces of nature images that get taken, it's frustrating to see once again (after the other named storms of late) images of women with their hair slightly out of place by the big agency beginning with R. Come on picture editors, work harder!

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What like this! :lol:

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4 minutes ago, LawrensonPhoto said:

 

What like this! :lol:

Yeeeehhhhhhh........ See, that says 46mph wind to me. Pic eds should be looking for images to illustrate 60mph plus winds......

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18 minutes ago, Avpics said:

Yeeeehhhhhhh........ See, that says 46mph wind to me. Pic eds should be looking for images to illustrate 60mph plus winds......

 

 

On my recent trip through the UK on my bike I kept an eye on the weather images used and decided for the tabloids you need 1) human interest 2) pretty girl with hair out of place 3) someone preferably going into water (cor what a scorcher) 4) someone with a Union Jack umbrella battling elements, 5) silhouette of someone with a UK landmark in the background at sunrise/sunset.

Best case scenario, pretty young lady in bikini with hair out of place because of wind going into the rough seas carrying a Union Jack umbrella battling the elements with a easily recognisable UK landmark in the background. At sunrise.

 

 

 

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25 minutes ago, Avpics said:

Yeeeehhhhhhh........ See, that says 46mph wind to me. Pic eds should be looking for images to illustrate 60mph plus winds......

 

What, like this?!

 

schull-ireland-16th-oct-2017-ex-hurrican

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