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Rob888

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About Rob888

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    http://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={E76085EE-D91C-4D94-BE54-743FC7C8EACB}&name=Robert+Gray
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    03 Jun 2006
  1. Email from Alamy Image Management this morning: 'Network Rail' the rail transport company, has been in touch with us requesting the removal of the below listed images of your's: Alamy ref DT2PX9 DT2R02 These have been taken within the train stations they manage. They say you’re selling these without authorisation and this is violating their exclusive intellectual property rights - http://www.networkrail.co.uk/aspx/777.aspx?cd=1. We’ve deleted these images to avoid further legal issues but if you feel you have the correct permissions to sell these images then please send us proof
  2. I haven't tried it yet but that is probably an iPhone message. It's asking permission to access the photos on your phone.
  3. Thanks David and Chuck - will look at this and get him working on it. Rob
  4. D'oh. Forgot to change to public view. This link should work: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B_xHw2wh-IzRM3RJZS1kaXVwMFk/edit?usp=sharing Sorry. Rob
  5. Hi Apologies if this is a bit off topic. The image below is from a friend's brand new Nikon D3100. https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B_xHw2wh-IzRM3RJZS1kaXVwMFk/edit?usp=sharing This is his second D3100. The first had terrible pink areas in the highlights of the images. He's just sent me his latest pics - and I spotted the same problem, albeit greatly reduced. I've circled these to how the places. Any clue as to what is wrong? I have no experience with Nikons whatsoever. My feeling is that this would fail QC. Exif says: Shutter 10/400s [is that 1/40s?] Exposure program: nor
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