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  2. I am wondering what is happening. I had 3 pics of Henley in the location guide!
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  4. I am not a lawyer, but as far as I can make out: 1. Hungary has the same rules as the rest of the EU, death of the author plus 70 years, as you said. 2. Copyright can be passed on to heirs, but only until that time is up. 2b (with the sole exception of Peter Pan, and even that's more goodwill in the UK than anything else, and who in their right mind would go to court about it?) 3. "Personal Rights" seem to be irrelevant in this case, and seem (in the EU) to relate to things like a factory polluting the air you breathe. I wonder if she meant that a material work of art can be passed on even after the 70 years, but the right of copyright in that art doesn't go with it. So I might have inherited an original artwork in which copyright had expired, but e.g. if prints were available, other people would now be able to make and sell photos of the prints, I have no more rights than they have to do that. From my recentish experience, even lawyers who claim to be IP specialists don't necessarily have a clue.
  5. Lower end $$. RM With a 50 year licence! Country: WorldwideUsage: Magazine, Editorial print and digital use. Any size.Any Placement.Repeat use within a single issue.Industry sector: Media, design & publishingStart: 25 June 2019End: 25 June 2069
  6. This explains the Artist's Retail Right..... https://www.dacs.org.uk/for-artists/artists-resale-right/in-detail It's a royalty when an artwork is re-sold by an art market professional, but only if it sells for €1000 or more and is a "work of graphic or plastic art". It does include photographs but i assume it means fine art prints. So unless you are selling prints to people with more money than sense fine art connoisseurs, I don't think we need concern ourselves about it..!
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  8. Found in the Mail by Adie https://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/article-7144657/50-reasons-stick-Sydney.html Photograph of the North Sydney Olympic swimming pool in Milsons point and the Sydney Harbour Bridge,Australia Photographer: martin berry / Alamy Stock Photo Image ID: R178PX
  9. I would certainly feel better if Edo was near our friends on the forum. He's been rattling around on his own too long. Paulette
  10. I can figure it out either, but then I'm not an artist. 😀
  11. So did I - and neither did I quite figure out the idea.
  12. Well I always said that, then I moved to the middle of nowhere and love it.
  13. It certainly looks like a pretty town. But Edo is used to the big city...
  14. Looks like the photographer has fixed it now.
  15. As was said on the earlier thread, it could be something like a Welcome Wagon brochure that's given to new home buyers in the US to encourage them to patronize local businesses (lots of coupons, some freebies). Or it's using the seller's trick of having you imagine you're the owner already of a house you're considering. The typical salesperson trick is to get you to imagine yourself in the house and invest emotionally in it being yours.
  16. Irish Sun online GM03KJ Lewis Oliver crowded beach at Alcudia Beach, Puerto de Alcudia, Mallorca Majorca Balearic Islands Spain
  17. Don't you know any 'white knights'? I fear we've seen the best of classic jets in the UK, sadly.
  18. Eight years of quite nice and a few months of not. Being poor in the US is chronically stressful. I have a nice life here, with cats, fish, and a dog, and friends. Don't have to have a car. Streets are safe during the day (and actually were even during the troubles most of the time).
  19. Copyright is obviously a bit of a minefield but I have a question ! I bought a print, initially to copy and put on the wall of my old farmhouse in Hungary, which I will still do, but the quality is so good and so detailed that it would be fine for Alamy via the archival route. It is an original print that has a postcard type layout printed on the back. It was taken by a Hungarian photographer in the 1930s who has been deceased for more than 70 years. A small signature is on the print and obviously I would attribute his name in the title and tags. There are also other images by this photographer being used online buy not the image I have. Whilst he has been deceased for more than 70 years, I am also aware that copyright can be passed on to a heir or heirs so I have been trying to find out if it applies in this instance. Somebody in a Facebook group I am with asked a similar question and I answered as above regarding the 70 year rule ... but was then answered by someone who said that I was almost correct but not fully ... she said "The material rights part can be passed on, not the personal rights". She then went on to say that she is a lawyer who deals with copyright litigation. Now, I am not going to take the word of a stranger on Facebook and get bitten somewhere down the line so, the question is, has anybody else heard of a difference between material and personal rights because I have never heard of them and Google is no help either !!
  20. Interested . I presume something in Zone 1 should work as location.
  21. Hi all, I've had a barren spell on the aviation side for the last couple of months and now two sales in two days. A modest fee compared to some in the first two months of the year but listed as, 'Use in a location guide for a home owner'. Not really sure what that means, presumably something to do with the location which was Duxford, Cambridgeshire. Possibly Yeovilton in Somerset where the aircraft was based, which was where it crash landed after this very display in 2017! No injury to the pilot but it is doubtful it will be flown again. Gary
  22. Skibbereen is in West Cork, about a 20 minute drive from me and even closer to the other Andy (aphperspective). Skibb is great - good bus links, shops a-plenty, stuff to shoot and it's where my girlfriend has her café!
  23. That's a comfortable-looking little pad. Love the name of the town as well.
  24. Would it be prudent to stay and look a little longer? Take a look at this, there are cheaper options out there: https://www.daft.ie/cork/apartments-for-rent/skibbereen/north-st-skibbereen-cork-1937934/
  25. A crying shame indeed, Andy. And I don't know if I'm making a good move. 14 months I've been at this now. Edo
  26. White tails definitely like to munch on your garden plants. When I go to the nursery in the spring to choose bedding plants, I often see “deer resistant “ on the tags. I don’t know I’d this means deer won’t eat them, or if they do, they get a sour stomach! 🤪
  27. Edo, that's a crying shame. I really hoped you'd find a place over here, somewhere a little bit out of cities/towns would be cheaper, worth a look?
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