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Paulw

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About Paulw

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    http://fotologica.co.uk

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    Male
  • Location
    Great Bernera, Outer Hebrides. Moving to Jersey soon!

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  • Alamy URL
    http://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={FFD94285-6ED9-4113-946D-C21EF31C4645}&name=Paul+Williams
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  • Joined Alamy
    16 Aug 2007
  1. I've had few book sale outside of normal stock sites. In my my experience the sale will only be confirmed when the book has actually been published. It's far from unknown for a book to be pulled just before publication, hence they never pay/confirm until after the publication date. Paul
  2. Thanks for the find guys.... It's DYA4R4 by Paul Williams I could take issue with the article though!
  3. That man in Wales again :-) Keith Morris BBC Wales news website http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-39058806. Stormy weather in Aberystwyth.
  4. No, your'e not. Look on the bright side though, by the time this thread burns out a bit all the hard work of finding out how the new system works will be nicely distilled down for those not on the system yet.......keep up the good work guys! :-)
  5. fence, stock fence, fencing, fence posts, etc ect... Paul
  6. Yes, I do use it on a site I'd nearly forgotten about here -> arthebrides.com . This particular website has been a 'work in progress' for several years where not much progress has been made :-) I do however get the odd sale from it even though it has never been promoted. Photocrati does seem to work well but like most wordpress plugins it suffers from being a little awkward to alter if you want to customise pages. It has however always been one of the better photography orientated templates and has been around a long time. I'm currently musing on integrating this site with the POD and framing services offered via The Printspace Hub........this may also be a work in progress for a while, there's not enough hours in the day! Paul
  7. Yes, only in the USA so far. I connected through an encrypted proxy service in New York and found all the images come up with a 'print' button. Time for me to start adding restrictions I'm afraid...... Paul
  8. Microsoft will update your system to Windows 10 whether you like it or not unless you are proactive preventing it from doing so or are using a corporate WSUS system to filter updates. I’m not going to go in to the pro’s and con’s of updating or not doing so. But should you wish to prevent Windows 10 from installing you have a couple of options. Firstly there is GWX Control Panel from http://ultimateoutsider.com/downloads/ , and Never10 from https://www.grc.com/never10.htm , both of these will work well. Paul
  9. Places tongue firmly in cheek and says – It just means that down the line Alamy will get a really good offer for the company that they can’t refuse.
  10. Watch yourself around the Port of Tyne! http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/03/01/port_of_tyne_security_hassled_photographer_public_road/
  11. I’m ambivalent toward all operating systems, this comes as a result of working with most of them for years. The things that have vexed me about Widows 10 are; MS trying to foist it on me by fair means or foul, the amount of commercially useful information about me that they want sent to them via the default OS settings and the so far undeclared intent for an ‘adobe like’ charging model for various aspects of the OS further down the line. Anyway, I digress, those folks who want to avoid the ‘upgrade’ to Windows 10 may want to take a look at this article from The Register that highlights the official Microsoft KB document to prevent the upgrade and irritating pop-ups. http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/01/08/windows_10_upgrade_blocker/ Paul
  12. what sort of world we live in sometimes..... http://www.theregister.co.uk/2015/09/24/peta_sues_photographer_macaque_selfie/
  13. Just came across these whilst having a idle lunch break, but not with time to get the image references. http://www.bbc.com/earth/story/20150904-ten-reasons-to-love-autumn The fruiting bodies of fungi can be all shapes and sizes like this meadow waxcap (credit: FLPA / Alamy Stock Photo) It’s worth getting up early for the autumn mist (credit: David Noton Photography / Alamy Stock Photo) There can be over a hundred thousand birds in a starling murmuration (credit: Mike O'Carroll / Alamy Stock Photo) Acorns are just one of a number of nuts, seeds and berries on offer this autumn (credit: Science Photo Library / Alamy Stock Photo) Fallow deer engage in fierce mating battles during the autumn (credit: Arterra Picture Library / Alamy Stock Photo) The colour in beech woodlands can be a seasonal delight (credit: Helen Dixon / Alamy Stock Photo) Many birds, like pink-footed geese, return to the UK for winter because it is milder and food is easier to find (credit: Gary K Smith / Alamy Stock Photo) Dew in autumn makes spiders’ webs more obvious (credit: Neil Setchfield / Alamy Stock Photo) Ivy flowers are valuable food sources for insects (credit: Papilio / Alamy Stock Photo) Autumn is a busy time in a grey seal colony (credit: FLPA / Alamy Stock Photo)
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