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TheEagleGuy

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About TheEagleGuy

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    egil.orndal

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Aberdeen, Scotland
  • Interests
    Landscape, underwater, travel, studio

Alamy

  • Alamy URL
    http://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={D482AD38-5D8B-4F9E-B6F5-31F384CE163F}&name=Egil+Orndal
  • Images
    43
  • Joined Alamy
    02 Jun 2012
  1. Just checked and it hasn't been reported yet. Will keep on checking but judging from the above I could be in for a bit of a wait!
  2. The Times Weekend Supplement (19 Oct 2013) & Online - "20 best authum walks": CPXED1 - Autumn forest at Alderley Edge, Cheshire, England - No credit in paper and Alamy credit only online. CEJ7K2 - Lake and Autum trees, Calke Abbey parkland (National Trust) Ticknall, Derbyshire, England - No credit in paper and Alamy credit only online. BRA375 - Gight Castle by the River Ythan, Methlick, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, United Kingdom. - Jim Laws/Alamy in paper and Alamy credit only online.
  3. Hi, I registered with Alamy quite along time ago, but I only have a very small collection of uploaded photos and for various reasons I haven't contributed anything at all for the last couple of years. From time to time I've logged in to see if there's been any interest in my photos. And usually I find that there's been very little interest. Anyway last Saturday (19th Oct) I picked up a copy of The Times on the way to the barber's so I had something to read while waiting for my turn. I was quite surprised to see a photos that looked very familiar and the more I looked at it, the more certain I became that it was my photo. But there was no credit at all next to the photo, so I couldn't be sure where they had got it from or that it was actually my photo. So it was straight home from the barber's to check, and after a few minutes there was absolutely no doubt that it was my photo. Next I had to find out where I had uploaded the photo and after a bit of searching I manage to also confirm that the photo is only on sale through Alamy. CPXED1 is an autumn photograph from Alderley Edge in Cheshire and it was used in The Times Weekend supplement to illustrate walk no. 14 in the article "20 best autumn walks". As this is the first time I've seen any of my photos used I am a little bit uncertain about what I should expect to see on Alamy. When I check the activity on my photos I find that my photo was included in a search for "Alderley Edge" and that it was zoomed. However, there is no indication of any sale. As I am certain the photo must have come through Alamy I am little bit puzzled as I would have expected there to be some indication that it had been sold. But so far there is no indication at all of this. So how long does it normally take before sales are registered? I would have thought it would have been pretty instantaneous, but I am perhaps wrong about that? I have looked around a bit and I see that I am also opted in to a special agreement with the UK newspaper industry. Could this possibly explain why there's no indication of any sales at this stage? I think it said that purchases are settled on a monthly basis so I suppose that could mean that any sales will only be registered once the monthly settlement has been done. While I am obviously delighted that my photo has been used and that (hopefully) I'll eventually be paid, I am a little bit upset that there was no credit at all next to it. I suppose this is a quite common issue. Is there any legal requirement for photos to be credited? In any case this has given me a bit of a buzz and a bit of a kick up the backside to get some of the photos I've taken during the last couple of years properly sorted out and uploaded. And hopefully my next sale will come a bit sooner than my first one!
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