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Niels Quist

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  1. Yes, it came up as UK - hadn't read the post about downloading the net revenue.
  2. Had this one in 2014 in The Economist: Country: WorldwideUsage: EditorialMedia: Magazine - Print and AppPrint run: up to 2 millionPlacement: InsideImage Size: 1 page
  3. Watch a helluvalot of television πŸ˜‰ I gave up finding out which German channel bought two of my images some months ago. Niels
  4. I think there are more threads about this - try search public domain in the forums - this is one: https://discussion.alamy.com/topic/11364-images-sourced-from-public-domain/?tab=comments#comment-206384
  5. Of course, they should be tagged as usual. Whenever my news images came live as news images I tagged them as usual to be prepared for their later life. otherwise they won't sell, of course. And yes, the optional field is very necessary. The ticking of people, property and releases is very important, then in many cases you can remove the "editorial" annotation automatically added by the news function, when they have left the news section, unless contains stuff that should be editorial only. I also filled in the location now I was there. I use the past tense as I too am not a news supplier any longer. Edited: Joseph beat me to it πŸ˜‰ Niels
  6. Don't delete - at least not for that reason. Most, if not all, of my earlier news images also only sold, and sell, as stock. About the re-captioning many here advise to do that. I don't do it a lot, only occasionally - or if I feel like it. Don't take it as an unnecessary burden. It may give some false views - but what counts to me - and ranking-wise, I think - are sales. Niels
  7. Hi Andy. You will need to give more details in your caption and keywords. F.inst. which cruise ship? - name of fountain, sculpture details and artist, etc. etc. Niels
  8. If you search Google Books with your pseudo and alamy - you will get lists of picture credits in books with one or more of your images. As all credits are on the same pages in the books this will also show the variety of picture agencies used from micro sites to various macro sites. In my experience some shopping around is taking place.
  9. Stars and no stripes πŸ˜‰ Hope it will stay on your hat.
  10. Oh, that one. Sorry, if it has changed I cannot remember the old one ☺️
  11. I have a vague feeling that Alamy perhaps preferred this at the time the keywords became visible. An agency would probably benefit from it. But I still don't like the idea of making an effort with this and then just be copied.
  12. Earlier they sometimes added it if you hadn't done it yourself. It now seems to be added automatically. Cannot think of any other explanation.
  13. Probably the customer front illustration that could be seen as a layout
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