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  1. Hi Patrick, it confiirms it here. Alamy is a a photography business, I guess there would be no incentive to them if they'd offer the scheme to all students no matter what they study.
  2. Would anyone be able please to help me identify what type of Rhododendron plant this is?
  3. I'm still relatively new here. I started uploading in July 2016 and had my first sale with around 200 images in my portfolio in January 2017. It was for a nice $120 and was a good motivator to continue.
  4. Congratulations Patrick on your first sale. I think you need some sort of code from your university/ college. It needs to be signed up for the scheme. You also have to be a photography student. It's all explained here and I think there is also a list of universities and colleges that are eligible for the scheme.
  5. Evening Standard, 25/04/18, print Simon Dack EM9EDR View looking down Lewes High Street, Lewes, East Sussex UK Monica Wells CXHNC2 The trendy Maltby Saturday morning artisan food market under the railway arches of Bermondsey, SE London, England, UK
  6. Waitrose weekend, print, 12/04/2018 Paulo Oliviera KW01C9 Golden trevally, Gnathanodon specious, eating plastic bottle. A lot of sea animals ingest plastic garbage because they think it's edible food Louise Heusinkveld D0FFXD The Ship Inn, Porthleven, Cornwall. Oldest inn in the small fishing village, said to be haunted
  7. Marb - I've just seen one of your photos too on Alamy Live News' Twitter feed: https://twitter.com/AlamyNews/status/983716324164734977
  8. I had a query too over Easter and never received the usual acknowledgement email. I've just seen that they put a post on Twitter saying that because of the Easter holiday they have a backlog of queries and that they are working through it so it will take a bit longer to respond. Think we will have to wait.
  9. Good month by my standards. 4 licences sold for a total of $137 gross Happy with that.
  10. WAITROSE Weekend Magazine, print, 29/03/2018 KD44M8 Fountains and reflecting pool of the Forum Torrin & Grassi in summer. Nice, French Riviera, Alpes-Maritimes, France; Francois Roux J34F67 Beautiful view of traditional Gondola on famous Canal Grande with Rialto Bridge at sunset in Venice, Italy; Scott Wilson H949RJ Various sorts of ice-cream, ice-cream parlor Fenocchio, Nice, Cote d'Azur, France; imageBROKER
  11. You will find how to set this up on this link: http://www.alamy.com/stock-photography-link-to-alamy.asp
  12. Live News image M94R2F by ZUMA PRESS/BY WIKTOR DABOWSKI is on the front page of The Times newspaper in print today (23/03/2018).
  13. Love the colours and the reflection in this one - that's a really nice shot.
  14. From someone with a very small port over the last 12 months: a.) 860 b.) 0.8 c.) $32 d.) a mixture of RF and RM e.) exclusive to Alamy
  15. 0 sales in January (which was to be expected from my small portfolio) but best ever month for zooms and a healthy CTR.
  16. The Monocle, 6 January 2018 https://monocle.com/minute/2018/01/06/ Ian Dagnall, HKMA90, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Charles Engelhard Court at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 5th Avenue, Manhattan, New York City, NY, USA Michael Coyne, H9AH68, A pedestrian on a mobile phone passes a large mural on a wall in Lonsdale Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
  17. Last year I've had images approved by QC between Christmas and New Year so presumably they will be back to work next week Wednesday.
  18. Something seems to have changed. Some of my images that have been in the same place for months have now changed position - some for the better and some for the worse.
  19. A few Alamy Live News photographs in today's Telegraph online. Credits given to the photographers: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/08/21/pictures-day-21-august-2017/riders-silhouetted-against-strong-evening-sunshine-barassie/
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