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Gordon Scammell

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About Gordon Scammell

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    https://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={82B3C327-164E-4072-A733-7855E8F5C655}&name=Gordon+Scammell
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    12 Nov 2007

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  1. I may be wrong but I doubt if anyone has been asked for 'photos of coastlines being removed...' I am not a NT supporter but am a member as I use their carparks for free when I am photographing their coastlines - and nobody has ever asked me to remove photographs of 'their' coastlines. St Michael's Mount is owned by the NT - check out the number of St Michael's Mount on Alamy.
  2. 'Location guide for a home owner' - yes. I'd also like a clear explanation of this licence - especially as it includes 'repeat use'.
  3. It would be quite useful if Alamy could let us know if this site was legit.
  4. Yes Joseph, you are probably correct. But 1$? In perpetuity? Really? It's not right. It is skewed too much to the student. Make it $20 or £$15 at least. For me to get that particular image meant an hour driving to London, £15 for parking, a long and awkward crawl dragging tripod and camera gear through a tunnel, a 4 hour wait, a return through the tunnel, and an hour long drive home. For $1? Pfft!
  5. OK. I'm happy to help students and see them licence images for as low as $1. What I am not happy about is licensing an image to a student for $1 IN PERPETUITY. This is plainly wrong.
  6. I think Alamy has given you the answer. If Alamy have said your images are more suited to general stock where is the confusion? Seems a straight answer to me. If you feel your images they may fail QC don't submit them. What would I do? If I feel my images won't pass QC I won't submit them.
  7. I don't think you really understand the difference between stock and Live News. Despite your '...very special press pass...' you are uploading via stock which means you have to wait for them to go through a process. If you apply for Live News access and get it your images will be available to potential customers within about 15 mins. If you cannot upload images to Live News within a couple of hours of making them then maybe you need to rethink your approach and workflow. It is not Alamy's fault - it is your basic misunderstanding of the process.
  8. Tenuous. I still think that is 4 separate uses. Alamy did licence an image of mine to a holiday firm 8 times for 8 holiday brochures. That seemed sensible to me but I feel licences that cover 3 or 4 separate but connected uses should not be covered by just one licence. Thanks for the reply though.
  9. 'Usage: Editorial use, One of each of the following uses: Presentation, student project, editorial website, small book (up to 1000 print run, not front cover), small magazine/newspaper (up to 1000 print run. Worldwide license. Excludes advertising and promotion.Start: 03 April 2019Duration: In perpetuity' In my view - and no doubt lots of folk will disagree - this licence is for 4 different uses. It should be 4 separate licences. But who am I to know I'm just the mug who presses the button.
  10. No criticism but why would you want to make your images exclusive to a stock company that sells images for (usually) very little? Doesn't sound like good business to me.
  11. Thanks for the report - quite useful. "Can Alamy find a way of blocking “presentation Use” like they can presently block “Personal use”? They will look at doing that if sufficient numbers of contributors request it." Can it be noted that after having three of the damned things already this month that I really, really, really want this Presentation Use licence to be quickly and quietly put to death? Please? It is so open to abuse.
  12. I had one yesterday congratulating me that my latest submission has passed QC. Unfortunately I hadn't submitted anything.
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