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Malcolm Park

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    28 Jun 2004

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  1. You have some nice shots, I assume you are a possible Munro bagger as I recognise a few of the locations. 437 images on Alamy isn’t going to get you anywhere and shots of the remote Scottish highlands, however attractive, are a bit niche. If you live in Scotland then take shots in towns and cities with people or major landmarks at sunrise and sunset. Diversify and shoot a lot more if you are interested in making sales. If it’s only a hobby, as you state, then why worry.
  2. Logged in, appear to have a little over 200 shots there currently. Thanks for the heads up.
  3. 2005 - $126 (4 sales) 2006 - $127 2007 - $200 2008 - $189 2009 - $114 2010 - $111 2011 - $74 2012 - $59 2013 - $72 2014 - $52 2015 - $37 2016 - $31 2017 - $37 2018 - $36 2019 - $36 2020 - $32 (onwards and downwards)
  4. Take a screenshot of the image and do a google search, it just may throw up the usage.
  5. The Times (print) 13 November 2021 Boris Johnson & Rishi Sunak. Contrib: Ian Davidson/Alamy Image ID: 2GHTWJ8
  6. Previously if I entered my name on the search page I had all my 70 odd thousand images appear. I’ve just done what you suggest Corin. Added a keyword, deleted it and then added my contributor name in advance search filter. I then only get 48,000 or so images appearing
  7. As an ex-designer I find the choice of main typeface on OWN THE BLANK PAGE with distorted O H N & E somewhat bizarre, sorry, plain ugly (would have been interesting to sit in on the web designers "rationale" for the choice of typeface). Also the new condensed alamy brand logo hiding top left looking apologetic. The fluorescent green, yuck. However the image search no longer showing my full portfolio is a real backward and unhelful step for me, assuming it’s permanent and not a passing tech glitsch. On plus side the single front page image is cleaner than the old design. A few tweaks and th
  8. News images taken on 21st September remain in news feed for 2 days. Then they fall into a black hole and not visible on 24th September. Where are they Alamy?
  9. I shoot Nikon Z7 around 60% of the time now (street, arts, many landscapes). 2 bodies, the wonderful 24-70mm f4 S lens & the equally great 14-24 f4 S lens. Occasionally add the 70-200mm VR II lens with Ftz mount. Z cameras also used attached to telescopes for astro work. I use them for significant weight reduction. Nikon D5 only used for fast work now and my D850 has the 500mm PF lens permanently attached for big telephoto and wildlife work. Look forward to finished reviews of the Z9.
  10. I’ve owned six mercs from 1980s through to 2016, my C class estate (2012 model) had this badge type on the hood (but no star). It appeares also on early E class cars (see image HPTB14) but my later E class models discarded it in favour of the three point standing star only.
  11. The Times (print) 11/6/21 across d.p.s. 10 June 2021. Composite image of the partial solar eclipse developing over a period of an hour, captured through variable cloud above London. Image captured through solar filtered lens. Image 2G2BD9W Malcolm Park/Alamy Live News
  12. Don’t know if it’s been mentioned in this thread, perhaps the top level should be rebadged the Unobtainium Level.
  13. I’m in the midst of selling this lens (Nikon fit). It’s got a good range and extremely well made lens, has given me great results from a static position tripod mounted but too heavy, needs a tripod or monopod for practical use. Weighs a lot in a rucksac and I opted for the much more practical and physically smaller, though expensive, 500mm Nikon PF lens in its place - lightweight, faster autofocus and easy to handhold. As a result it gets more use. Appreciate you are Canon so that’s no help.
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