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Paul Glendell

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About Paul Glendell

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  1. The reason you don't get lots of photos of Wrens at garden bird feeders is because they don't come to them - wrong sort of food. With wildlife knowing your subject is as important as being able to take good photos . Okay so now someone is going to find me a photo of a wren at a garden bird feeder aren't they !
  2. there is a lot of it about: I pulled several hundred images from an agency so that I could offer them as exclusive to alamy. the Agency had sold about 6 images over the last year ( and not informed me ) for very silly money through sub agency use via Getty. something like £5.00 per sale and I was getting 10% after distributors took there cut. This sort of fee sadly is the norm these days for some situations!
  3. I haven't read every post here - I do have a life - so can anyone that was taken off the live news list and that has since applied to join has been accepted or declined. I see many people complaining that they have been taken off the list, even those with press cards but have they applied to see if they can join. I applied last week and am waiting to see the result.
  4. I haven't read every post here - I do have a life - so can anyone that was taken off the live news list and that has since applied to join has been accepted or declined. I see many people complaining that they have been taken off the list, even those with press cards but have they applied to see if they can join. I applied last week and am waiting to see the result.
  5. Thanks for this Bryan, was it in the paper edition or on line, do you know / remember. This is better news for me than you know as I had a photo of weather up here in the previous days print edition of the Times as well. Two days in a row is a first for me. Many thanks for posting this Paul
  6. Just been through the link from the email, can anyone tell me if 'exclusive' to Alamy means that we can or cannot sell the images from our own web site ?
  7. Imagerights worked well for me for about a year, it also happened to be while I was getting membership free through a third party. I don' t think the fee aspect had anything to do with the subsequent decline of income from imagerights. From memory they pursued about 15 cases for me and won maybe 8, the rest appear to be going no-where inspite of at least one of them being with an american government department. Payment has generally been £400 - £600 to me per infringement, so as far as I am concerned very good. However what appears to be happening now with not just imagerights but also copytrack who I have switched to is that infringers simply ignore the information sent to them from the collecting agency and I suspect that unless its for a very large sum its not worth the time going to court. If your images are registered in the US - see imageright for details, then I suspect you are far more likely to get US infringers to pay up. And to answer your initial question yes most of my payouts have been in the US. For UK infringers it may well be worth doing it yourself - assuming you are in the UK yourself. Its a lot of work initially but like so many other things in life get easier with practice I assume. I haven't done it myself though. Best of luck
  8. Thanks Spiegel, thats great to know. All I need to do now it buy one
  9. Here is a link to a 'story' in the British Press Gazette about Alamy's wonderful new idea of reducing the percentage again. This will be the third time this has happened while I have been with Alamy and each time my income goes down. Alamy Press Gazette Story: https://www.pressgazette.co.uk/photographers-urge-photo-wire-service-alamy-to-reconsider-cutting-commission-down-to-40-per-cent/?fbclid=IwAR0aSZbU2zr0yuB5clS483SdgLZCaltasOM0KS8fRGt22qg7x2KXcXrKJ3Q
  10. Thanks that is a great photo, I didn't realise it was possible to do 360 degree pix with the mavic pro2 . I get the feeling that with a bit of work and the right light conditions it will pass QC perfectly okay. thanks again - paul
  11. Thanks that is really useful. I have just been having a play with the image and it seems okay after a bit of work in lightroom. Interesting that a file of that size looks similar in quality to my old Nikon D100 photos which I think would still pass QC even now, although its a bigger file.
  12. Thanks that is really useful. I have just been having a play with the image and it seems okay after a bit of work in lightroom. Interesting that a file of that size looks similar in quality to my old Nikon D100 photos which I think would still pass QC even now, although its a bigger file.
  13. Just completed my CAA Civil Aviation Authority course - just mountains of paperwork to send out now ! So now I have to make the final decision of which drone to buy I am hearing rumours that the Mavic pro 2 with 1" sensor is not as good as it claims - the story I hear is that it is not using the whole sensor area. Does anyone know if this is true or just a theory being spread around because the images need to be adjusted post shooting. If anyone has a Mavic pro 2 out there how big are the files on a still image when opened ?
  14. Well this has been a very interesting discussion I am very pleased l started it. I had no idea that it was possible to do long exposure pictures with a drone. This opens up some very interesting possibilities. Thank you all for the help
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