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  1. Don't know when exactly this was published...



    Illustrations and Photo Credits

    Agencja Fotograficzna Caro / Alamy Stock Photo: 5 Anthony Collins Cycling / Alamy Stock Photo: 12 Barrie Harwood / Alamy Stock Photo: 33
    Bernd Mellmann / Alamy Stock Photo: i, iii, 35 Bildarchiv Monheim GmbH / Alamy Stock Photo: 34 Bill Grant / Alamy Stock Photo: 15

    Don Smetzer / Alamy Stock Photo: 32 EyeEm / Alamy Stock Photo: 8b GOODLUZ / Alamy Stock Photo: 30
    Hero Images Inc . / Alamy Stock Photo: 27 Hero Images
    / SuperStock: 10

    Jimj0will / Alamy Stock Photo: 6
    Kuttig - People - 2 / Alamy Stock Photo: 7b Lumi Images / Alamy Stock Photo: 13

    Malcolm Fairman / Alamy Stock Photo: 28a Maskot / SuperStock: 25
    Mike Kemp / Blend Images / SuperStock: 1 OpenClipart-Vectors / Pixabay: 7a

    Paul Doyle / Alamy Stock Photo: 4
    Phil Crean A / Alamy Stock Photo: 29b
    Pictorial Press Ltd / Alamy Stock Photo: 31 Robertharding / SuperStock: 28b
    Roman Kosolapov / Alamy Stock Photo: 8a RosaIreneBetancourt 6 / Alamy Stock Photo: 2 Stephen Dorey ABIPP / Alamy Stock Photo: 11 View Stock / Alamy Stock Photo: Cover D, 3 World History Archive / SuperStock: 29



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  2. 1 hour ago, SShep said:

    Sept 2019, NFU Countryside, p61, Roald Dahl, M5992P, Phil Crean Archival [No credit - poss not via Alamy]


    ISSN:  1462-0839


    Thank you muchissimo😘


    Via Alamy alright as it's not anywhere else...it's become a best seller for me since I scanned it last year, wish I'd done it 10 yrs. ago.


    What's NFU Countryside? Book/mag/other?



  3. 6 minutes ago, Alamy said:



    Hi everyone,


    For those of you who have received an email about images passing QC (when they haven't), please could you forward it on to CR (contributors@alamy.com)?

    It has been Easter bank holiday here in the UK, but our QC team is now back in the office and are working through the backlog of submissions. 






    In my case it's receiving the mail about 3 days after the sub has passed...🤔


  4. 2 minutes ago, Inchiquin said:

    An additional question for those of you who use the archival route: do you spend any time cleaning and spotting old trannies? I've got thousands but most of them are Kodachrome so there's no possibility of using ICE in the scanner. Cleaning them would be an enormous task, spotting them a thousand times more so.




    Short answer; yes...I cleaned with a bulb blower before scanning and spotted afterwards.

    I know some on here, maybe Chuck, have used a liquid cleaner, can't remember the name.


    The biggest time saver is to edit carefully, only scan those that you feel are strong images.


  5. 11 minutes ago, Martin P Wilson said:

    Does the time start ticking from the last shot or from time of exposure for each shot submitted (whether it is one hour or some discretionary and uncertain longer period?). So much uncertainty; I can see poeple submitting within an hour (or so) of their last shots and being rejected, making it a waste of several hours.

    I think the point is being missed here...It does not state that you HAVE TO  file within an hour....Only an AIM!



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  6. 10 hours ago, Terry Carpenter said:


    I have just opened my Image manager and noticed I have several images that have been passed but are just grey boxes and not an image. Please advise how to go about opening these particular images. Thanks.

    I had this a few weeks ago...e mailed contributor services and it was sorted quickly.

    They said it was a "Display issue"...<_<


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