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  1. Very rare admittedly, but it does happen. I had an author contact me (a few years back, I must confess) as a result of a GIS for images for a text book. Sold him 3 for a decent fee and a copy of the book.
  2. Susie, using the above link as an example, clicking on the actual thumbnail of the image in Google's results brings up the image results page on Google. Right click on the larger image here, then select 'View image' in Firefox - or similar wording in other browsers. This will take you to the page where the image is stored on The Times servers (I will not post a link here, as it links to a FS image). Use this as proof to Alamy that they have used your image. Usually, I would always save a copy of any pages (inc Google search results pages, where possible) to the Internet Archive (Wayback Machine) for further backup in case anything changes. This is difficult (impossible?) to do in the case of this particular image page, as the parameters passed to the Archive are not contained directly within the URI. For future reference, there is an Extension ('add-on') for FF - and doubtless other browsers - which simplifies saving pages to the WB Machine. It is produced by the organisation themselves, so works well (usually! ) and is maintained well - https://addons.mozilla.org/en-GB/firefox/user/12373129/. Best of luck.
  3. There is still a free version of PlanIt ...though of what practical use is debatable, ofc.
  4. Header image: RARG3K by alicja neumiler KM2YC0 by oxana medvedeva FAT4FJ by P Tomlins ...and, of course, yours: JNA9CE by Sally Anderson wildlife
  5. Nope. A worldwide pandemic with no country left untouched and millions not working for months on end and you're surprised that sales have taken a tumble? The normal rules at alamy can mean that sales falter at any time, (I had a 70-day lull not that long ago), then bounce back, seemingly without explanation. So in these times, you should expect anything. My port is 100% RM, (if that means anything these days). Sales are down. Not changing to RF.
  6. I have seen many NT properties in these calendars over the years.
  7. A percentage of their images are taken by 'volunteers' and provided to them for free. These volunteer togs have to conform to strict requested requirements and also provide model releases when necessary.
  8. Vice.com > Vice World News, August 4, 2020 Corporations Receiving Bailout Billions Have Laid Off Staff and Paid Investors 2C845X7 by VX Pictures 2C845X7 by Kumar Sriskandan
  9. Hey, well that's good news, so a thanks to you, too! - another sale to hopefully come through this month?
  10. Whole bunch of Alamy togs (inc me) in this book by Hodder Education: Eduqas GCSE (9-1) Religious Studies Route A: Religious, Philosophical and Ethical studies and Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism and Sikhism (WJEC Religious Education) Google Books Amazon UK ISBN: 978-1510480247, pub, 26 Jun. 2020 BTW: If anyone finds my image in the book (p. 306, apparently!), I'd be fascinated to know which image was used, as I haven't licensed anything remotely religious for book use in the last year.
  11. 3 for 120 Only one of which this month was a re-evaluated PU abuse from 2017, reported by me. 😆 Things getting back to 'normal', perhaps? CTR high.
  12. Looks like you're not the only one, though - if that's any consolation at all.
  13. I have had cause to email them a number of times over the past few months. You have to be v patient, but if the emails need a response, they do tend to get answered eventually. Some have had more luck then others: be prepared to wait a few weeks, if necessary!
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