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Russell Watkins

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  1. British Medical Journal 4th April 350:8002:9 AC3JW0 :: Patrick Eden (heavily cropped)
  2. Guardian Online 2nd April CE5PNT :: Friedrich Stark There's also a photo credited to Alamy that I can't find. Article linky.
  3. Guardian Online 2nd April AN0T77 :: David Noton A98D05 :: David Noton (same article)
  4. Guardian Online 2nd April B35XDC :: Bubbles Photolibrary (heavily cropped)
  5. That can be the case at other image libraries, especially microstock libraries.
  6. Because them's the rules. Alamy hold that any part of a person, even the most blurred unrecognisable fingertip, constitutes "a person" and so the image should be regarded as non-commercial unless you have a model release. The same is true of their image library in general but that is often honoured in the breach rather than the observance. It is up to the photographer to act in good faith in that regard.
  7. Another from the Guardian Online 1st April A011BT :: Stephen Woods Guardian Online April 1st BAP7m5 :: Brad Wynnyk
  8. I have it on good authority that this is a typo and downloading from that page will get you v3.12 rather than v3.11
  9. Guardian Online April 1st E7E87Y :: Mark Beton/Transport (credited to Alamy only) EDIT: Hmm. That was the original image but it's now changed. Still credited to Alamy only but it's one I can't track down. Aha! Found it! E96PBH :: Renato Granieri
  10. Just in case you didn't realise Paul, Fuji have today issued firmware updates for the X-T1 and 18-55mm (amongst others). Navigate starting from this page http://www.fujifilm.eu/uk/support/digital-cameras/software/ to get to the firmware downloads.
  11. Maybe this shouldn't have happened in the first place but... We made some changes to your Alamy contract on 16th February that were due to come into force on April 1st. We've had some feedback from our photographers and it made us realise that some of the clauses didn't accurately reflect how we work, so we've made some changes. To summarise: After deletion or termination, we will only issue re-use licences for the same product or project as the original sale. We will only licence images after deletion or termination if we've already entered into negotiations or had a download
  12. A couple from Uganda. Pied kingfisher hovering above Lake Edward . . . Wild but habituated juvenile mountain gorilla in dense vegetation, Bwindi Forest
  13. What about an iPod Touch? The 32GB version is ~€220 and the 16GB version is ~€150. Both have 5MP cameras.
  14. From the Guardian Online 26th March BE519N D Hurst (Heavily cropped) A4DG1B Mike Abrahams
  15. Guardian Online 27th March D3XKAG Jamie Mann (slightly cropped) C39Y9W Newscast (heavy crop)
  16. Russell, you are brilliant. Job done. Can't believe it was so easy. A greenie for you and everyone else who imparted wisdom. Thanks Betty. Glad you got it, erm, sorted.
  17. Right Betty, if you're using Bridge, navigate to your folder, right-click on an image in the filmstrip and in the context menu that pops up, scroll down to "Sort" and select "Capture Time".
  18. Not according to their website: Sound very similar to the way the British Transport Police enforce law on railway property. Sort of. They only have the "full powers of a constable" when enforcing Hampstead Heath byelaws. Also from their site: "Any significant incidents or crimes on the Heath are handed over to the Metropolitan Police..."
  19. No way that this this was a "Caution" in the true sense of E&W Law and so would not appear on a CRB check (or whatever they're called now). More likely it was a form of Fixed Penalty Notice or fine. The Hampstead Heath "Police" are not sworn officers of any constabulary although they do have limited police powers. It's worth reading some of the comments BTL where there's a more in depth explanation of this. The subject in the story, Alan Rusbridger, is the current Editor of the Guardian, by the way.
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