Paul Thompson

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About Paul Thompson

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  • Website URL
    http://www.redbubble.com/people/tommysphotos
  • ICQ
    http://paulthompsonphotog.wix.com/paulthompson

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Louth Lincolnshire

Alamy

  • Alamy URL
    https://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={8C3CE27E-9A39-4BD2-9143-F9FE68711137}&name=Paul+Thompson
  • Images
    12127
  • Joined Alamy
    02 Mar 2008

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  1. Pricing

    I've had similar drop in today for 2 cents less than yours Country: Worldwide Usage: Personal use, Personal prints, cards and gifts. Non-commercial use only, not for resale. Media: Non-commercial, one time, personal/home use Start: 21 July 2017 End: 21 July 2022
  2. Oh, yes. thank you Alamy

    General search It does not take into account similar images from different pseudos And if you only have 1 image with the used keywords then it does show similar from other users Paul
  3. Special Request

    Yes, we don't need any details of possible licence, just which images have been taken as with the zooms. Also downloads must relate to our ctr as they are more likely to become a sale than a zoom
  4. Special Request

    Hi Guys, Sorry if this has been asked for in previous threads but after recently finding numerous newspaper usages from well over 3 months ago that had not been reported I feel there is a need for a report on images that have been downloaded, whether they have been used or not. AM shows the views and zooms that we have why can it not also report the images that have been downloaded. This would make it 20 times easier for us to trace online, rather than randomly checking images to see if they appear online, surely the downloaded images would be most likely visible online? This would not be hard to implement and would save the contributor hours of wasted time giving them more time to contribute. Rant over, what do you guys think Cheers Paul
  5. Have you found any Alamy photos May 2017

    Thank you very much Bryan - EGTRH3 Paul Thompson Newark on Trent town centre Georgian shopping street shops parish church of St. Mary Magdelene Nottinghamshire UK England
  6. Have you found any Alamy photos May 2017

    13/05/2017, UK, Guardian, p46, Everest double glazing stand at trade show, G8M0CB, Tommy (Louth) [Alamy credit only] Many thanks Shep, you do an amazing job
  7. REALLY

    Expect a refund any time soon
  8. Alamy live news

    I had a phone call from Alamy to see if I could go and photograph Nigel Farage for live news when he was canvasing in the next town to where I live. It was too late notice for me but understood the images would go on live news with no guarantees of a sale Regards Paul
  9. Personal Use? - yeah right...

    2 of mine this month both cut outs of inanimate objects 11 March 2017 Country: Worldwide Usage: Personal use, Personal prints, cards and gifts. Non-commercial use only, not for resale. Media: Non-commercial, one time, personal/home use Start: 11 March 2017 End: 11 March 2022 $ 12.05 (13 March 2017) Rights Managed Sale Refunded $ -12.05 11 March 2017 Country: Worldwide Usage: Personal use, Personal prints, cards and gifts. Non-commercial use only, not for resale. Media: Non-commercial, one time, personal/home use Start: 11 March 2017 End: 11 March 2022 $ 12.05 (13 March 2017) Rights Managed Sale Refunded $ -12.05
  10. Upload Limit?

    Same problem here with Firefox and IE Also I'm pretty sure the new AIM is slowing down my computer when online, the delay is doing my head in
  11. I'm sure we are all trying to second guess the system somehow. I have recently added a photo of a Kwik Fit tyre centre Initially I only had the words kwik fit in the caption only (not in keywords at all) out of 160 images 1and a half pages It came in as the last one on row 7 Having added kwik fit to the keywords it now appears 4th on row 4 Not a huge jump considering I too am not touching legacy images for fear of them being relegated Paul
  12. The Image Manager thread

    I thought the idea of being able to create multiple word tags would help prevent false hits for customers ie - If I could keyword "Spurn Point" as one keyword it would prevent customers finding an image of a place on the Humber when they are looking for a person with their hand shaped to point or similar But it seems I am still going to get views for the word "point" only Again, seems no point changing 11000+ keywords then, in a way that is a bit of a relief Am I right in thinking that it makes no difference if I have 2 tags saying "spurn" and "point" or just 1 saying "Spurn Point" is any weight given to the 2 word tag?
  13. The Image Manager thread

    We can confirm this isn't a major issue - its a display issue where the keyword field is clipped and then re-ordered alphabetically in the image details view. The original word that has been clipped is still searchable as normal. We're working on a fix for this. Cheers Alamy How about removing duplicate tags? I now have way more than 50 tags making it impossible to add phrases for reasons I explained here. Cheers, Philippe +1
  14. The Image Manager thread

    Well i'm not rushing to re-sort all my keywords. I changed a few yesterday including The Flatiron building in New York and made a few changes and added some 3 and 4 word supertags (Flatiron building, Flatiron building New York, etc) and my image that was on line 3 of the first page has dropped off the first page altogether using the same search as yesterday. What is that all about??