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  1. K3Y40J Konstantin Kalishko The Elbe Philharmonic Hall or Elbphilharmonie, concert hall in the Hafen City quarter of Hamburg, Germany Traveller, 29 Feb 2020, Fairfax Newspapers, Australia (print edition only?) E83ATH Marion Kaplan Polar Bear Hut, Resolute Bay Airport Escape.com.au, 9 Feb 2020, News Ltd newspapers, Australia ER5T42 Hermann Erber/Image Professionals GmbH Woman standing on Jabal Umm Fruth Rock Bridge, Wadi Rum, Jordan, Middle East Escape.com.au, 9 Feb 2020, News Ltd newspapers, Australia H891MK Cyril Ruoso/Minden Pictures Sumatran Rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis) female eating leaves, Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary, Way Kambas National Park, Indonesia Escape.com.au, 1 March 2020, News Ltd newspapers, Australia PY2HTB Andrew White Hippo rises up to see what is going on, South Luangwa, Zambia Escape.com.au, 1 March 2020, News Ltd newspapers, Australia I sighted these in the weekend print editions; all credits read simply "Alamy"
  2. DWKGK1 Robert Harding / Monastery at Jasna Gora, Poland https://www.traveller.com.au/why-you-should-visit-polands-jasna-gora-monastery-h1lkbx FTE2Y8 Peter Scholey / The Peace Pagoda in Battersea Park R208K3 RZUK_Images / The Battersea Arts Centre https://www.traveller.com.au/londons-battersea-district-is-on-the-rise-h1ls3a BRC4R4 Robert Broadwell / Pie Town, New Mexico B6E8JN Dennis Cox / Texas barbecue, family style C9CP8J John Kelly / Chicken taquitos served on a bed of lettuce.. https://www.traveller.com.au/the-traveller-10-musttry-american-food-gqbjjm 2A57EXK Stefano Carnevali / Darsena docks in Navigli, Milano Traveller, 29 Feb 2020, Fairfax Newspapers, Australia (print edition only?) CXE6NP Chris Hepburn/RobertHarding / Lowry Centre theatre at dawn, Manchester Traveller, 29 Feb 2020, Fairfax Newspapers, Australia (print edition only?)
  3. We may even need to ship a few back here to their native land, to replenish the populations devastated by forest fires (stranger things have happened: feral camels from Central Australia have been exported back to Saudi Arabia). In the meantime, cutesy pics of Koalas and other marsupials, in the context of the bushfire emergency across much of Australia, definitely have news value.
  4. A strange situatiom popped up yesterday... I received a direct message from a would-be image buyer in S.E. Asia. He had searched online to find a point of contact for me, as he wanted to negotiate an indefinite term of use for a rights-managed image, rather than Alamy's max. 5 year term. The image in question is a portrait of a high-ranking Tibetan Buddhist lama (yes, really) taken in India 3 years ago. Apparently this lama has a following in neighbouring countries and his followers hoped to print and display the image in perpetuity at their temple or meeting place. On the spur of the moment I suggested he go ahead with the 5-year license and I would undertake that they could retain right of usage indefinitely. Now I see that they have only taken out 'noncommercial, personal use' which seems rather poor compensation... what would others do?
  5. Thanks Harry, I needed to explore the Filter options in A.I.M. I can see now that the 'headline' number refers to every single image of mine which has ever entered the Alamy system. Deducting Failed images, Deleted images and Images Awaiting Deletion brings me much close to the 9024 currently on display to a curious world.
  6. I have a related question: Alamy Image Manager records my total images as numbering 11,244 but my Alamy Portfolio only displays 9,024. Can anyone account for such a substantial disparity? I doubt very much that failed submissions account for more than a couple of hundred images.
  7. Two shots in the print edition of Traveller liftout in The Age, Melbourne (and probably other Fairfax newspapers): Sat 25 Jan. KM1YC3 Cat in the English Cemetery, Rome. Credit: Alamy [Matteo Nardone/Pacific Press] Sun 26 Jan. Sunset at Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay - full page cover shot. Credit: Alamy - Appears to be the same location as this image... but damned if I can spot it anywhere within the 160+ search results.
  8. And again... the online edition of Fairfax newspapers' Traveller supplement (Australia) KMK031 Javier Larrea / age fotostock / Alamy Stock Photo Cuchiller’a street,Vitoria-Gasteiz, Araba, Basque Country, Spain, Europe KMK03A Javier Larrea / age fotostock / Alamy Stock Photo Moving walkway connecting old town with the city, San Pedro Apostol church in background, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Araba, Basque Country, Spain, Europe Classic tram route 28 in Alfama district in Lisbon Portugal. KN9KCF Carlos S. Pereyra / age fotostock / Alamy Stock Photo The Rossio Railway Station entrance. A 19th century train station built in the neo-manueline style that serves the Sintra line. E847HF Sofia Pereira / StockPhotosArt - Monuments / Alamy Stock Photo GJ32PD LISBON, PORTUGAL - JULY 13, 2016: The Ascensor da Gloria in Bairro Alto, a central district of Lisbon, Portugal Joris Van Ostaeyen / Alamy Stock Photo
  9. The Age, Melbourne, Australia, Traveller supplement, 7 Dec 2019 (probably also in sister papers, Sydney Morning Herald or Sun Herald) https://www.traveller.com.au/porto-portugal-fortified-wine-gets-a-makeover-in-vila-nova-de-gaia-h1jx61 (print & online) Sandeman Avenida Diogo Leite Vila Nova de Gaia Porto Portugal CWG8EG CW Images (print edition only) Portugal, Porto: Night view of the port wine ships at Vila Nova de Gaia at river Douro BKH3PN Cro Magnon (print edition only) Porto casks, Sandeman storehouse, Vila Nova de Gaia, Porto, Portugal CC1GT3 GM Photo Images
  10. T15HCX Allen Creative/Steve Allen, Behold Monument by sculptor Patrick Morelli... Atlanta, 27 Oct J2FR65 Martin Zwick/DanitaDelimont.com, Visitor on a beach with king penguins, Patagonia, 3 Nov H88G24 Suzi Esterhas/Minden Pictures Sea Otter with 6 day old newborn pup, Monterey Bay, 3 Nov E93GYX Karsten Wrobel, Matevulu Blue Hole, Vanuatu, 17 Nov JM40CG Eric Lafforge, Small Nambas tribesment, Vanuatu, 17 Nov GGBAYF INTERFOTO, Chapman's Peak Drive with bikers, South Africa, 17 Nov 2A00J1Y Stefano Politi Markovina, Colonial buildings Simon's Town, South Africa, 17 Nov All from Escape liftout (print editions), Sunday Herald Sun, Melbourne, Australia and probably also sister papers in Sydney, Brisbane, etc. Credits read simply 'Alamy'.
  11. Thanks Callie. Your comments are very helpful (and I also found the 2013 discussion focussed on Cologne cathedral).
  12. I am in the same position, and so must be (almost all of) the Alamy photographers who have uploaded 3,000+ other images taken on this property. Is Alamy seriously going to wade through all of these images? Has any Alamy contributor attempted to negotiate a release from SPSG, the Prussian Palaces and Gardens Foundation Berlin-Brandenburg? So many questions arise... why would any property manager, whose continuing success depends on tourism, take such a hostile and negative attitude to free publicity? (my experience late last year was that SPSG seems not to give a damn about visitor amenities or satisfaction). Should photographers expect the same rigid mindset to prevail throughout Germany? Does German law really support such an all-encompassing definition of property rights? I hope we can generate some input from people more knowledgeable about the German situation.
  13. Thanks for the tip, Genevieve ...and I was very interested to discover your range of high-quality Blurb books, since I have been labouring away at producing an illustrated personal memoir on Blurb.
  14. Guardian online 02.05.2016 BBE87X Philip Game Yellowfin tuna for sale at Auki Many thanks, Clare Gainey. Regards, Philip
  15. One of my images has just appeared on a Finnish-language website, attributed to [My Name]/MVPHOTOS. MVPHOTOS appears to be the Finnish arm of a Czech-based photo library called Profimedia. Has anyone else Does anyone know if these companies are legitimate associates of Alamy? Thanks.
  16. Thanks for that, AlbertSnapper - as far as I could tell, that info. was no longer being collected!
  17. My March 2015 totalled about $165 for a total of 5000+ images - only fair. Some people here are mentioning their zoom count for the month. Since the revamp of the My Alamy start page, that data no longer appears in Sales History - where else could it be found?
  18. Fairfax Newspapers, Australia (Traveller liftout, p12-13, The Age, Melbourne, Jan 31, 2015 / Traveller.com.au) (Iberian black pigs - 2 images below are attributed to Alamy, I can't find them on first pass) Fairfax Newspapers, Australia (Traveller liftout, p18-19, The Age, Melbourne, Jan 31, 2015 / Traveller.com.au) (Kongde, Ama Dablam, Nepal - attributed to Alamy but I can't find it) Fairfax Newspapers, Australia (Traveller liftout, p22-23, The Age, Melbourne, Jan 31, 2015 / Traveller.com.au) Several images of Belitung and Bandung, Indonesia, attributed to Alamy. Too many to post here, check out http://www.traveller.com.au/indonesia-travel-guide-beyond-bali-the-secret-jewels-of-java-11zt2w if you're interested Fairfax Newspapers, Australia (Traveller liftout, p27, The Age, Melbourne, Jan 31, 2015 / Traveller.com.au) Too many to post here, check out http://www.traveller.com.au/lake-tahoe-usa-diving-into-the-worlds-secondlargest-alpine-lake-12y4zz Eagle Falls, Lake Tahoe B4YK9A Lisa Dearing Mountain biking Flume Trail, Lake Tahoe BYC3XX Ron Niebrugge Sand Harbor State Park Lake Tahoe AR2ECK Niebrugge Images Fairfax Newspapers, Australia (Traveller liftout, p30, The Age, Melbourne, Jan 31, 2015 / Traveller.com.au) Berlin Wall memorial at Bernauerstrasse, Berlin E5EECA - Philip Game (myself) Fat Tire Bike Tours Berlin BAGR4X Hemis Cafe Anna Blume Berlin DWJD7K Adam Eastland (Chocolate gateau image - can't find this one) Fairfax Newspapers, Australia (Traveller liftout, p30, The Age, Melbourne, Jan 31, 2015 / Traveller.com.au) Lower East Side, Manhattan, Image attributed to Alamy but I couldn't find it at first pass
  19. If we want our images to sell, our keywording must anticipate misapprehensions and mis-spellings on the part of our customers. Most of us here on the far side of the Pacific must be utterly ignorant of the wigwams/teepees distinction. By all means, set people right with a note in the Description field. Informal or colloquial geographic names - like those of the NYC neighbourhoods/neighborhoods (!) - are a particular problem with certain other very large stock libraries which allow the photographer very little input in keywording. 'Lower East Side' or 'Central Australia' don't appear on too many maps, but it is unhelpful to stick rigidly to official nomenclature.
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