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DeeC

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About DeeC

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  • Alamy URL
    https://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={B8763ECC-4BAB-4A84-8774-ADC19DD194F8}&name=Denise+Cresswell
  • Images
    103
  • Joined Alamy
    15 Aug 2014

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  1. Good to know, thank you. That makes sense, just sucks for us I guess. Oh well. Hopefully I'll be doing a lot more photography this year, so I'll see how it goes.
  2. Thanks Anna, that looks just like mine. I was mostly keeping my account alive because the images sell for more on Alamy, but I was going to make more effort to increase my photo presence. I'm not sure if it's worth it now. I average about $1 per sale on Adobe, but I sell frequently, so I make a lot more there, and sometimes I'll get a higher value sale too. Good luck with your sales!
  3. Thank you :o) Good to know. Higher rankings in the search results definitely should help. I just need to get my bum in gear and start uploading more images. I've been my own worst enemy.
  4. Yes, it was a distributor sale, so I only actually get $1 out of that. Photo was used for a website. Expand "Choose a royalty-free license" under "Buy this stock image now". It is the Medium size option - this matches the sale information - royalty-free license 1580x1046px https://bit.ly/3o3095B - for the image page.
  5. Can anyone point me to an explanation of image sale prices? I haven't been active on Alamy for a while, but I just sold an image and I do not understand the pricing at all. The sale was royalty-free 5MB, which the image page says should cost £140.00. However, the price the image was sold for was $3.41. Can anyone explain this to me? Many thanks, Dee
  6. Thank you Wiskerke for actually providing a very helpful and non-flaming answer. I had searched the forum but not found what I was looking for, so thank you for pointing me to that previous discussion. I will take another look at the sensitive issues. Robert, thank you also for your thoughtful input. I have no intention of drowning my photos under restrictions, I do want to sell them afterall, just not at the expense of my own ethics (if possible) :-)
  7. Thank you so much for that insightful response, I obviously misunderstood this part of the agreement when I signed up.. 1.3 Under this contract (subject to the restrictions stated in the contract) you have the right to: 1.3.1 Control country, usage, media type and industry in which Images are available for use by Customers for Rights Managed Images but not for Royalty Free images or Novel Use Licences, for all Images except video clips.
  8. Hi there, can anyone tell me if it's possible to set restrictions on my photos so that they are not sold to hunting publications? I am mostly going to be uploading nature photos to Alamy but I really don't want to see any of my wildlife photos end up on the cover of, or in, a hunting publication. I have had a look at the restrictions, but I couldn't find anything that specific, the closest I found was sporting activities. Any help appreciated! Thanks, Dee
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