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Russell Watkins

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  1. Guardian Online All from this article. D0NDA1 :: Zoonar GmbH BP43WT :: dbimages B7M1XP :: Victor Paul Borg
  2. Guardian Online BF93KK :: AMD Images A7F8FA :: Justin Kase (same article as above) B0AAYY :: PhotoAlto (cropped from portrait to landscape format)
  3. Guardian Online DFER92 :: age fotostock DDNHFC :: Kristian Buus A07P51 :: john angerson AYD7H5 :: Albaimages
  4. Guardian Online 4th April AHJE30 :: Martyn Vickery BBEERJ :: Eye Ubiquitous
  5. Guardian Online 3rd April ANXDRE :: mediacolor's CFM16M :: Tetra Images CT166N :: Cultura Creative (RF)
  6. Guardian Online 3rd April All from this article. EABJ72 :: Sean Elliott (cropped) CMWHPH :: Jon Sparks C7PK6H :: darryl gill BT84F6 :: Brian Hartshorn B5650F :: Phil Wills EFJKR2 :: Robert Morris DH4K9W :: Julian Eales
  7. Guardian Online 3rd April D17W25 :: Tracey Whitefoot BRWA8W :: imageBROKER BJFHH4 :: ableimages AW480K :: Richard Peters
  8. Guardian Online 3rd April BJ6KEF :: Adrian Lyon ABER7K :: PhotoAlto sas (actually late yesterday) AA0FA8 :: thislife pictures DEF5WA :: Danita Delimont
  9. British Medical Journal 4th April 350:8002:9 AC3JW0 :: Patrick Eden (heavily cropped)
  10. Guardian Online 2nd April CE5PNT :: Friedrich Stark There's also a photo credited to Alamy that I can't find. Article linky.
  11. Guardian Online 2nd April AN0T77 :: David Noton A98D05 :: David Noton (same article)
  12. Guardian Online 2nd April B35XDC :: Bubbles Photolibrary (heavily cropped)
  13. Guardian Online 2nd April DTTCFG :: Edd Westmacott B154KC :: Paul Fleet
  14. That can be the case at other image libraries, especially microstock libraries.
  15. 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.
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