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Doug Houghton

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  1. https://www.architecturaldigest.com/gallery/ten-of-the-most-beautiful-chapels-in-europe By Nick Mafi and architecturaldigest.com Article: April 27, 2017 My image was IQ licenced purchased on 5th November 2015. Country: Worldwide Usage: Magazine, any editorial digital use, one time use only Industry sector: Media, design & publishing Start: 05 November 2015 End: 05 November 2017 $ 35.00 EEP6CE Ian Woolcock E1Y92P & E1Y584 Hercules Milas DJAPF3 Nikos Pavlakis APBA
  2. https://theculturetrip.com/europe/united-kingdom/scotland/articles/the-best-parks-in-edinburgh-to-watch-the-leaves-turn-this-autumn/ R23C9G Joe Dunckley C2KX57 Angus McComiskey
  3. Five images appear in the search 2 in Trail 2 in Country Life 1 in English Home Doug
  4. Remember to screen shot the pages if you are sending to AIM “Report an unauthorised use”
  5. Thanks. For ISSN/ISBNs try https://cla.co.uk/checkpermissions
  6. They know who has downloaded their images, and the usual infringers, so could easily check the magazines when issued. Doug
  7. I have three questions. Does Alamy Use readly.com? On readly.com search Alamy comes up with over 130,000 results in all the magazines and newspapers. It would be a way to find our images and to clamp down on any infringers. Do people on this group use readly.com to look for their images? I have found more than 11 images using readly.com search, which has helped me to find several infringers, plus enabling me to update my DACS payback form. Do The Mirror, The Express, The Independent and The Evening Standard use Alamy pictures? The former two have joined readly.com in
  8. 24 September 2020 https://theculturetrip.com/europe/united-kingdom/scotland/articles/great-walking-routes-in-fife/ AMGJ6F David Robertson JCRAAG Joanne Moyes MCB75E Steven Scott Taylor
  9. Kent >I google this forum as I can not find a link on my dashboard page! Maybe that's just me though! No your not the only one, I found the quickest way to get to the forum is via the sitemap at the bottom of the page. Terms and conditions ~ Copyright complaints ~ Sitemap then look for: Interact with Alamy Forum Blog click Forum Doug www.doughoughton.com
  10. Thanks for finding and reporting my image, plus the bonus of the ISSN. Remember when filling in your DACS spreadsheet to leave out the hyphen. Doug
  11. Wim I do this now, but would it not be better if you could upload the Excel file in Manage Images. Doug
  12. Hi Alamy I made a suggestion when this forum started about finding images: http://discussion.alamy.com/index.php?/topic/123-found-images-database/ "Would it not be a good idea for Alamy to produce a database for photographers to enter images they find in publications and on the internet. This data could then be compared with sales records. Any image that has been used and not paid for can then be chased up." "In an Alamy controlled database a photographer finding an image would input only five fields: Alamy Ref - then up on the screen would appear the image from the Ala
  13. Would be handy to upload excel data directly instead of emailing MS with an attachment. Doug www.doughoughton.com
  14. David I could not agree more but it is not happening, so how about Alamy giving over 10% of their 50% to the photographer who finds a "Image not paid"
  15. You hit the nail on the head, all these systems were not controlled by Alamy, they were not structured and could contain errors or could not be compared to Alamy's sales database. In an Alamy controlled database a photographer finding an image would input only five fields: Alamy Ref - then up on the screen would appear the image from the Alamy database to confirm that is the right image. Also a list of previously found entries for this image would appear on the screen to help stop duplication. Date seen - normally todays date Publication - URL - if a website cut and paste URL Proof -
  16. Would it not be a good idea for Alamy to produce a database for photographers to enter images they find in publications and on the internet. This data could then be compared with sales records. Any image that has been used and not paid for can then be chased up.
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