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About Rob888

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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 of this and we’ll reinstate the images. Thanks Image Management The relevant part of the link is: "You can take photographs at stations provided you do not sell them." Images were of St Pancras station; they featured the Betjeman statue. There are thousands of images of stations on Alamy. What of those I wonder?
  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: normal program f5.6, ISO 100, 55mm focal length. No strobe. Thanks Rob
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