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  1. The image has this in the IPTC (no indication of a subagent): 

     

    © Corbis.  All Rights Reserved.

     

    07 Sep 2013, Denver, Colorado, USA --- Denver, United States. 7th September 2013 -- Cyclists parade around Denvers City Park in costume during the New Belgium Brewery Tour de Fat as part of a fundraiser sponsored by the brewery to promote better bicycle trails in cities throughout the U.S. -- Bicycle riders paraded around Denvers City Park in costume during the New Belgium Brewery Tour de Fat. The Tour de Fat is a fundraiser sponsored by the brewery to promote better bicycle trails in cities throughout the U.S. --- Image by © Ed Endicott/Demotix/Corbis

     

    http://www.corbisimages.com/stock-photo/rights-managed/42-51156617/new-belgium-brewery-tour-de-fat?popup=1

     

    Should show up on your corbis statement soon :)

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  2. I was interested in reading more about this part, about downloading photos from Flickr with no copyright or creator information in them. So it turns out that if you post to Flickr, be aware that the versions that other people can download have this information stripped out. Made me more aware of posting smaller size versions with Watermarks from now on. (This may turn out to be in the wrong forum post, but was in response to the earlier post which is exactly on this topic)

     

    http://www.flickr.com/help/forum/en-us/72157632998928922/

     

     

    Photo metadata test (results from March 2013)

  3. Paul, 

     

    re: "didn't take any pictures of it, because morality got the better of me"

     

    photographs bring the world to our doorsteps. They inform us. They help us understand. Whether they are pictures of famine, war, death, life, great achievements, small achievements,........ There is nothing immoral about photographing life and events. Perhaps your picture underlines a message about drunk driving or road safety that helps to save lives. Not all photographs of life and events are intended to sensationalize. Getting in the way of rescue services, or not helping if you are first on the scene is a different story.

     

    Mark

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    James, one question. I understand the DPA situation, wanting to restrict buyer territories as well as use territories. The restrictions photographers can set only limits the territory of image use, and NOT the location of the buyer, right?

     

    Yep, that's right.

     

    We do have the ability to hide large collections of images that have blanket territorial restrictions, in order to reduce confusion or conflicts with buyers in those territories. This is done away from the front end of the site though, by us, for large collections only.

     

    Thanks! All clear.

  5. http://tinyurl.com/o8j2l68

     

    Paulette, it's the Deutsche Presse Alliance. I can't search these in Germany either (search keywords or image #ids). With the link from incamerastock (http://bit.ly/15LPLWq) I can see the image (then find the ageny collection), however, I cannot select Germany as a license territory in their images (as expected).

     

    James, one question. I understand the DPA situation, wanting to restrict buyer territories as well as use territories. The restrictions photographers can set only limits the territory of image use, and NOT the location of the buyer, right?

     

    Thanks,

    Mark

  6. Hello,

     

    I have one question again. Is it allowed to copy information from Wikipedia to the description box for editorial images?

     

    I would appreciate if somebody can help me with it. Thank you.

     

     

    Check the license/copyright before copying anything out of the internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Text_of_Creative_Commons_Attribution-ShareAlike_3.0_Unported_License

     

    If you are selling stock, you should at least be sensitive to licensing and copyright.

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