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    https://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={12C9C090-BD87-461E-AEDB-931F2F36DFF7}&name=Dagmar+Schneider
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    04 Jun 2008
  1. Is anybody here using http://photoclaim.com/en/ Any feedback on this will be appreciated. -- Do you know other companies that offer a service like ImageRights?
  2. Hi, I am from Germany. I have tried to serve the claim form, etc. via registered mail. There were several delivery attempts, but the defendant (UK) refused to accept it. According to Track and Trace the letter will be returned to me. Please could someone give an advice if I am allowed to return the papers via normal/ordinary post so that no signature is required on delivery? Thank you!
  3. Same here! In addition to the 'Share', 'Pin it', etc. buttons, my photographs are defined in the metadata of some websites as og:image. For more information look at: http://ogp.me https://developers.facebook.com/docs/opengraph/howtos/maximizing-distribution-media-content 3. Use proper Open Graph tags Open Graph tags are included in your page's HTML and allow the Facebook Crawler to generate previews when your content is shared on Facebook. og:image – This is an image associated with your media. We suggest that you use an image of at least 1200x630 pixels. There are also spec
  4. I need help to understand the price structure. At a first glance, for example, the price structure for RF images shows four prices: Presentation EUR 15.00, Website EUR 29.00, etc. When I click on the link "Royalty-fee license options" there are prices depending on the image size starting at EUR 49.00. Who can explain it? Is it really true that the client always downloads the full res file? Regarding the image display on a web page ... Some licencees are hosting high-resolution images on the server and just shrinking them down with HTML by specifying the WIDTH and HEIGHT in the IMG SRC
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