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Regis

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  1. Toddler having a feed: Eating at the market: A good schnitzel burger: Bon appetite.
  2. The police in my town now have Segway, guess the country?
  3. Vpics, To do it, I open two windows in Safari. the first one is the forum one, the second one is my portfolio on Alamy. I start my reply in the forum, then on the page with my photos on Alamy, I choose the one I want, enlarge it, and drag and drop it in the first window, just where I want my reply to be. And voilas! I hope it helps.
  4. Love is a journey: Over a bridge: A commitment to trust:
  5. I use Fetch on the computer, and FTPManager on my phone. Both work well and I don't bother with the Mac programs.
  6. Thank you Paulette. I liked the image, but when I looked at the number of photographs on Alamy for the same flower, I didn't like my chances... :-)
  7. I don't really do plants usually, but on a short walk, I liked this ones.
  8. Hi there, I use EasyRelease on my phone, it work well. It is always in my pocket, and you can email them straight from the app, so you can keep some paper ones if wanted/needed.
  9. Darwin is a bit far from you guys down south... But if ever I go down your way, I might give a yell beforehand. Have a good day.
  10. It's nice to see so many Happy! Happy new sensation: Happy new treat: Happy new pearls:
  11. Country: WorldwideUsage: Personal use, One of each of the following uses: Personal use, presentation, internal communication, student project, reference for artist, personal website, personal social media, personal print or card. Worldwide license. Not for commercial use.Media: Non-commercial, one time, personal/home useStart: 16 December 2018Duration: In perpetuity The image had been zoomed three times in the previous month... It is an RM image. On the other hand, this month I had another sale, a RF one, that sold for more than 7 times the price of this one...
  12. Great challenge, can't wait to see what eeveryone is going to post. #1: #2: #3:
  13. Brian, That was my point, 2D still photographs might still be used in niche markets as these. But I do believe that the stock industry might not have much need for 2D photographs once 3D and video will become more popular. And they are step by step becoming more and more popular. The OP was talking about a project that would take him 10 to 20 years to implement, by then I am not sure that the demands for images as the ones used today will be very big. Sorry if I sometimes don't make much sense, English is not my first language. Have a good day. :-)
  14. Hi there, To me the main concern with your long term project, is that I don't really believe that this industry will still be around in 20 years... Between 3D images and videos, who will want to use 2D still photographs? Fine art and luxury coffee table books maybe? I might be totally wrong, and that would not be the first time. But as much as I enjoy our industry, I do believe that realistically, it is on the way out, at medium to long term. Having started to make a living in photography in 1986, trust me, it kind of pain me, a lot.
  15. Hi Sally, Over ten years ago, I used to cover a lot of rock concert for a big American agency. The favourite tool in my camera bag for this type of event was, earplugs... If you are at the front in the photographers pit, you will still ear what is going on with them, but you won't be deaf at the end of the festival. And personally I found that it allowed me to be more focused on the image taking process. Have a good day.
  16. Living in a small town where not much happen, I still try to find some images on my time off. Not sure if this one will work, but that was a good way to spend the end of the day.
  17. The Northern Territory Parliament House in Darwin, here we like to call it "the wedding cake"... Under one of the first storm of the season, approaching...
  18. Hi there, Here come my three photos: Place des Jacobins in Lyon France: Construction in the city: And the Boab tree in Darwin City. The Tree was planted in the late 1800s and mark the site of Darwin city first primary school: And this is it for me this month. Have a good day.
  19. Two images to finish the month for me. First a man walking his dog along the beach: An while I was watching the sunset I eat a nice little burger: I don't know if there is really a market for this type of images on Alamy, but I liked them. Have a good day, Regis
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