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Keith Douglas

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About Keith Douglas

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    19 Mar 2012

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  1. 12 sales for $247 gross. Boosted by some Calendar sales which crop up at this time of year. My sales volume has already exceeded last year, but revenue is lagging quite a way behind.
  2. Sunday Times, Print Edition, 29 November 2020, p4 5 small images used to illustrate places. "Quarter of the country pays price for high cases next door" "Rough Justice? Low Infection areas in Tier 3" Leicestershire: Narrow Boats moored up along the Market Harborough Arm of the Grand Union canal at Foxton Leicestershire England. Image ID: 2D8203T, Chris Radburn, cropped. Greater Manchester: can't find it. Large pink heart with red and pink stripes, may not be Alamy Lancashire: The Water Witch canal side pub by the Lancaster Canal in Lancaster,
  3. Nice images, well taken. I think you need more pictures that tell a story, because image users very often want the image to enhance their own story. You need to include people in your images if possible as well. Hope that helps. Keith
  4. My best month in the last year. 14 sales for $317 gross, including one $$$ sale. YTD sales volume now exceeds that for 2019, but $ still a long way short.
  5. 8 sales for $205 gross. Highest revenue month this year.
  6. 9 sales for $178 gross. My best month this year. Nothing in the first half of the month, then a few repeat sales at low prices. In the last week I had two $60 sales which pushed my figures up. Both of them for images from 6+ years ago.
  7. Thanks for that spot Bryan. One of those images where I was in two minds whether to upload it as I expected the subject to be already covered.
  8. 20 miles circular walk - see the legislation. Yes. Curtain-twitchers - yes, a lot of them about. Give it a few weeks though and the tide will turn.
  9. "I don't see anybody arguing with that and the News photographers, we all understand, are getting on with they work reporting what is happening and no doubt trying to keep themselves and everybody else safe" Presumably they fall under 'reasonable excuse' 2 (f) (f) to travel for the purposes of work or to provide voluntary or charitable services, where it is not reasonably possible for that person to work, or to provide those services, from the place where they are living;
  10. Not sure if this has been posted on here already, but this is the legislation that came into force at the end of last week http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2020/350/pdfs/uksi_20200350_en.pdf Section 6 for Restrictions on Movement.
  11. It's not about letting things become more critical, it's about lowering the peak of cases to a level where (hopefully) health services and others can cope. The experts are saying that shutting schools down is symbolic but not effective in controlling the spread. In fact it may make things worse by exposing more vulnerable groups. What would you suggest we do instead?
  12. …. or the shop workers, the delivery drivers, the people who keep the electricity on, the phones working, and the internet running, and everything else that we just take for granted. My understanding is that we're 10-14 weeks away from the peak, so if drastic measures are implemented now they'd have to be in place for 5 or 6 months. On that timescale, many things that can be put off for a few weeks become more critical. The virus hides away infecting other people before showing signs of any symptoms in its victim. Keeping it out of the UK would have required truly draco
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