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Sally

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About Sally

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    www.sallyanderson.co.uk

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    Scotland
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    Wildlife, landscapes, events

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    https://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={6EBC33D2-9F5E-4D87-8FCD-5D93187D1A07}&name=Sally+Anderson
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  1. East Lothian Spring colour Beamish Great North Fair Steam Day Complete with Steampunks
  2. Scottish Sun https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/news/4140047/scottish-weather-easter-holiday-sizzler-mercury-temperature-22c-gran-canaria/ Just past the two days live news period Eilean Donan Castle - expired Live news so cant find it Edit: Kyle of Lochalsh, Scotland, UK. 14th Apr, 2019. Eileen Donan Castle bathed in light looking along Loch Alsh. Gorse bushes are lit up by the sun, framing the castle with summery colours Credit: Rich Dyson/Alamy Live News - Image ID: T45AA1 North Berwick, East Lothian, Scotland, United Kingdom, 15th April 2019. UK Weather: a very cold windy day in the seaside town, but with a promise of warmer weather to come later this week. The boats are returned to the harbour and the harbour side Lobster shack reopens. Credit: Sally Anderson/Alamy Live News Contributor: Sally Anderson (me!) Image ID: T4A2H2
  3. Can we have a way to filter images which do not have the full 10 supertags please?
  4. It is also of huge benefit if you send to more than one agency as you can have a basic template set up with what each requires, and then adapt to the specific shoot. For anything with lots of names or identifiers that you know beforehand, the code replacement facility - as Ian stated, is a very big time saver.
  5. The basic Zenfoilio plan is £5 per month for unlimited storage. You may not want a website as such but you can have a basic gallery/galleries. And you have the option of using more features in the future if you want.
  6. More in the Scottish Sun https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/news/4129269/uk-weather-forecast-easter-warm-spell-may-last-weeks-after-24c-good-friday-scorcher/ St James's Park, London, UK 15 April 2019 - People and sunbather makes the most of the warm weather in St James's Park. The weather forecast is set to be warmer for the rest of the week and the Easter weekend. Credit: Dinendra Haria/Alamy Live News Contributor: Dinendra Haria T4A3EY North Berwick, East Lothian, Scotland, United Kingdom, 15th April 2019. UK Weather: a very cold windy day in the seaside town, but with a promise of warmer weather to come later this week. Despite the cold, a few families enjoy the Easter holiday and brave the wind on the beach at Milsey Bay with the Bass Rock in the distance. Credit: Sally Anderson/Alamy Live News Contributor: Sally Anderson T4A2E5
  7. My archive images are doing well. Thanks to my Dad. Editorial use, middish $$
  8. Andy Gibson T45E99 Scottish Sun https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/news/4128657/uk-weather-forecast-rain-and-winds-to-batter-britain-with-temperatures-peaking-at-14c/
  9. I use Zenfoilo to set up my website galleries. It has everything I need and more. I can give you a referral discount code if you want which gets you 10% off.
  10. Also this Cornwall in summer - People tourists sitting on bench overlooking harbour and beach seaside in St Ives, Cornwall, England, UK in the summer season - Image ID: EY7F4J incamerastock
  11. probably, but another thread suggested a possibility to me. If one were at say, an olde worldly heritage type event, should Live News images always be in colour? Of course B&W can be a post processing transformation strictly speaking not allowed, but it could also be something done in camera. I am anticipating that the answer is that they should always be in colour.
  12. Fascinating. Taken by my Dad from an ocean liner. I will have to ask him if he was trying to emulate Andreas Feininger. Those were the days, when people took 5 days to cross the Atlantic instead of a few hours.
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