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    https://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={3362CE48-A1DF-4CD8-87B6-EF4A4C37614B}&name=jenny+tonkin
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  1. me neither, can access all of alamy but not my own measures
  2. I am not particularly up on any UK celebs nowadays, but, it may not be a celeb. I know of a woman who had masks made of her future husband which all the friends wore during the hen weekend. I think its quite a common thing nowadays.
  3. Believe it or not Ed, my little corner of Portugal has been colder than the UK for most of the summer so far! We are all wondering when it will arrive, unlike the interior where it is its normal high 30's. I would rather be here with low 20's than that though. I have family coming over from the UK next week, they are in for a shock, haha. The last couple of years here the summer has been arriving later so I look forward to a lovely warm September and October. Fingers crossed!
  4. Ed, are you sure the aircon does not also do heat too? I have aircon in my house and it does my heating in the winter. There will be a little thermometer symbol (probably) on the display of the remote when you scroll through the modes. Just a thought. All the best Jenny
  5. and to make it even more confusing, when I click on the blue numbers below your name it comes up with 10468!
  6. Can't see its been mentioned yet, but wondering what everyone thinks of the new search function on the 'front' page. Bit like google image search. Do you think it will help sales?
  7. am fairly certain this was the image used last night on 'Have I got news for you' T5YDNC by Keith J Smith I only know as it was posted to a friends FB page, as they are the people in the image. so as I say, I think thats the one used
  8. as Maria says, KEYWORDS. most of your images appear to have been uploaded via Live news. Once they go out of live news and into 'stock' you need to be adding keywords.
  9. just to add to that, after you have edited maybe file to dropbox then upload via your phone from there?
  10. the submission guidelines give you all the requirements necessary to upload to Alamy, you obviously already know whats required re images from your camera. If you wish to load mobile phone images you need to use Stockimo the Alamy 'division' that accepts mobile images
  11. So my question (to Alamy I guess, unless someone else can answer) is, if an image is annotated as RF/editorial only, how can it be sold as PU? Personal use does surely not include using in an editorial article? I understood it to be for home print, use on gift cards (not for sale) that type of thing. Anyway, not your issue CRS as you stated all the info required.
  12. I know it does not take much to confuse me, but this I am confused by. How can the image have been RF if it was a street scene with people unless the model releases were obtained for all people and releases for any property? If not, if would surely have to be marked RF/Editorial, in which case how can it be sold as PU, surely PU is not editorial?
  13. just seen on the twitter feed at the side of the page, that they have tweeted they are aware and working on it, but can't give a time frame. I do not have or follow twitter, so noticed by accident. Perhaps it should be mentioned on here for those who don't tweet.
  14. you can take images with an android phone BUT they must be UPLOADED through an 'i' product (iphone, ipad, etc) to stockimo or stockimo news
  15. Edo, as Wim says use your age! here in Portugal you would be getting big discounts on public transport, entry to museums, swimming pools, cinemas, events plus a lot more I would guess. I would think Spain must be the same. Also it may be worth you checking if there is one day per month where heritage sites and museums are free, there is here. Jenny
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