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    http://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={1516A08C-7AE1-4278-B8EB-76B7B664D5ED}&name=Alex+Millauer
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  1. Oh, okay, so if, let's say ten people would want to use the image at the same time, they could, even under that license? Would the buyer pay once and then have the rights to use the image as much as he wants, forever? Or only for a limited time? Or can I decide on a case by case basis what to do? What about pricing? Does Alamy decide on that or me? How would I know how much to charge? Just sorting it all out before uploading things, so I do everything correctly. I have almost 40,000 images on my computer and I'm sorting through them right now to see what would be usable. The nicer ones are
  2. Hey, thanks for all of the responses, they are really helpful. I'm just trying to learn more about all of those technical terms, RM vs RF and such. So, I could not sell an image as RF and mark it as not having the releases, so the buyer could then use it in a non-commercial, strictly editorial way? It would always have to be RM? As long as he doesn't use it commercially, why couldn't I sell it as RF? It seems that RM is a lot more restrictive for the buyer and perhaps fewer people would buy a license marked as such? Plus, the person would then have the exclusive right to the image for a lo
  3. Hi, I'm completely new to Alamy or selling photographs online and I just have a legal question which confuses me a bit: In addition to others, I have a lot of nice pictures that were taken from public streets but feature recognizable buildings in the background (for example from the Vegas strip. Pics that show some of the hotels in the background, day or night) Also cityscape views taken from my room that show a number of the hotels, but from a far distance. One can read the hotel logos (such as "Caesar's Palace," "Bally's" etc, but, again, it's at a distance, no real details of the h
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