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About caryniam

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    http://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={31BCA7CD-15CD-40D4-B805-96299C91F137}&name=Caryn+Becker
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    14 Jan 2009
  1. There seems to be mixed views on this, so I'm wondering if there's a definite Alamy rule. I have a lot of photos of dogs from a local dog park. Do I need a release for a non-editorial use? Are dogs "property"? Thanks, Caryn
  2. Hi, Just for fun, I decided to do a Google search of one of my photos. http://www.alamy.com/image-details-popup.asp?Imageid={16C27E97-6AA6-4F54-AE4B-5B061C58524F} I found it on the Forbes.com website with no Alamy (or personal) attribution. This article is date May 20, 2013. http://www.forbes.com/sites/mahendraramsinghani/2013/05/20/forget-google-glass-i-want-a-google-car/ I did find a sale on Alamy that sounded like it could be this, but the usage is for June 2013-July 2013 for a print usage in a North American magazine with online archiving of the article. Is there a way to find out from Alamy whether this sale was to Forbes? (If so, can't believe it's $50 for a print usage in such a big magazine, but that's another story). Does Alamy require Alamy attribution for photos? If it doesn't say Alamy, is it likely a theft?? Any advice on how to proceed would be appreciated. Thanks. Caryn
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