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Paul Thompson

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  1. Thank you very much Bryan, I appreciate all the time and effort you all put into finding our images 🙂
  2. May I add that some images need a bit of room to breathe as editors may want to add text around the subject, especially on your animal shots. I too like to fill the frame especially with faces and animals but have learnt to pull back a bit to give someone a choice as to whether they want to crop the image or not. Love this image - - Image ID: J39K99 Residents of Duke University Lemur Research Center at lunch time. Actually I've just copied and pasted your keywords and a lot more have come up than is showing - america american south animal animals biology bull city bull durham carolinas duke duke university durham exhibit exotic habitat learning lemur research center lemurs show all life lively lunch time madagascar natives nature nc north carolina primates rescue rough neck lemurs south east special species the south tour travel triangle unique united states of america usa Personally, IMHO, I would omit - Residents of Duke University in the title and add the Latin - "Varecia" and from what I can find they are "Ruffed Neck Lemurs" with furry "ruffs" running from the ears to the neck. I'm not an expert so you'll need to check on the right Genus. This image is also going to turn up in searches for Durham (UK and USA), Madagascar, Carolina, Carolinas and USA but no mention of the habitat. It's a steep learning curve but there is lots of help here on the forum with years of experience. Keep up the great work Regards Paul https://www.alamy.com/portfolio/paulthompson
  3. The only reason I put that was because since I joined a pod site I keep seeing adverts on Facebook for them even though I don't follow them on Facebook. Plus this - Targeted advertising is performed by analyzing consumers' activities through online services such as cookies and data-mining, both of which can be seen as detrimental to consumers' privacy. Marketers research consumers' online activity for targeted advertising campaigns like programmatic and SEO. Try this to stop the adds (i realise if Alamy is connected to FB somehow it will not stop their name appearing) - Turn off targeted Facebook ads Then click on the “ads based on my use of websites and apps” setting and press the “choose setting” button and select “off.” Once you turn this feature off, Facebook says you will still see the same number of ads, but they may be less relevant to you.
  4. I think it has to do with your Facebook settings allowing them to track websites you visit to then post targeted adds rather than random ones
  5. I sold the photo twice on the same day Once for web use Country: Worldwide Usage: Editorial Media: Editorial website Image Size: Any size Start: 01 December 2019 End: 01 December 2024 Japan, Editorial website And again for the same as you, exactly the same, but for a lot less Country: Japan Usage: Direct mail and brochures Media: Travel brochures Print run: up to 20,000 Placement: Inside Image Size: Full area Start: 01 December 2019 End: 01 December 2020 Japan, Travel brochures Just a bit curious as to why mine was so much cheeper Regards Paul
  6. Hi Abiyoyo, Was the $635 for the Japan sale you've mentioned or a different one. I too had an identical sale, in every way, to your Japan one but only got $77 plus $25 for same photo but web use. It was a photo of Havana Regards Paul
  7. Nice one for Jan $$$ Country: United States Usage: Editorial Media: Museum display (single use) Print run: Single use only Image Size: Any size Start: 22 January 2020 End: 22 January 2023 The image will appear in a travelling museum exhibit from January 28, 2020 through May 20, 2021 to locations in Florida, Wisconsin, Virginia and Ohio.
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