Assignments, News, Art, and Stock in Stock photography discussion and contributor experience Posted Wednesday at 01:23 · Edited Wednesday at 01:25 by Bill Kuta 9 hours ago, Ed Rooney said: Bill, your comments made me wonder. My stock is exclusive to Alamy. Although I have some images on FAA, I've not had a sale there in ages. My collection's subject matter does not lend itself to on-the-wall pics. But . . . can I sell an image for personal use there that I have on Alamy. ??? Edo, this is from the sticky topic "The importance of being accurate when marking images as exclusive to Alamy": You can sell your images on a personal print site (without a stock licencing option) and still mark these as exclusive to Alamy. Selling prints and stock licences on your own website is also fine. Although FAA does have a stock licensing option (do they still?), I take the above to mean that if I am opted out of the stock licensing on FAA, I can have images there and still have those images exclusive on Alamy. That's what I'm doing. And yeah, my sales on FAA have historically been pretty slow and minimal, but they seem to be taking off a little this year, through no new action of my own.