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  1. 21 minutes ago, Starsphinx said:

    get people to send in photos and stories free "to get their byline in the paper". 

    - they have photographers on call but will get stuff off Joe Public for nothing if they can

     - if people stopped sending it for free.

    In a nutshell. You’re not going to stop local/regional papers from getting all the photos they need for free.

    My local paper won’t pay for anything at all.

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  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

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    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

     

    Contributor: Sally Anderson (me!)  Image ID: T4A2H2
     

     

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  3. 57 minutes ago, IanDavidson said:

    Yes, it speeded up my filing by a very large margin.    As noted all the above!  I use the templates/stationary  a lot, I have a list of cabinet ministers and just type /Gove/ and I get “Michael Gove MP PC,  Secretary of State for the Environment”. Correct spelling and job title.  The template already has location, date and activity and all IPTC fields complete..  So I end up with London 1st April 2019 Michael Gove MP PC Secretary of State for the Environment arrive for a cabinet meeting at 10 Downing Street.  All I will have typed is /Gove/. 

     

    Even setting up ad-hoc events is very fast and ensures consistent format and spelling.   

     

    I tend to to set up templates for specific events like London Fashion Week or Trooping the Colour  and just add details to captions as required.  

     

    As noted the speed of reading RAW files is unbelievable.  So selection, rating and culling is as fast as you can press the keys.  It will read hundreds of raw files almost instantly, if you have a high spec laptop.

     

    i would not be without it.  

    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. 


  4. 2 hours ago, Iain Masterton said:

    The Times

     

     

    Travel

    Nara, Japan at Koriyama Castle in the spring season Sean Pavone, EWNB91

     

    Scotland

     

    emergency department at the royal infirmary of edinburgh, scotland, uk, united kingdom , Radharc Images, CWG82K

     

    Orangemen and women march in controversial Orange Order event dubbed "Orangefest" in Glasgow on June 6th 2015. ERPGXC, Sam Kovak

     

    Edinburgh International Airport, Lothian, Scotland, KAM72M, Iain Masterton 

     

    A view of East Lomond in Fife from Freuchie. C2KHCP, Porridge Picture Library 

     

    Week in Pictures

     

    Glasgow, UK. 07th Apr, 2019. Sikhs in Glasgow celebrating the festival of Vaisakhi (or Baisakhi) with a colourful Nagar Kirtan parade processing around the city’s four Gurdwaras or Sikh temples. Here passing Kelvingrove Museum. Credit: Kay Roxby/Alamy Live News ,T382E7

     

    Hownam, Kelso, Scottish Borders, UK. 9th April 2019. A South Country Cheviot lamb at Mainside Farm in the Scottish Cheviots. Despite dry weather a cool air means farmers are proceeding with caution when moving lambs from the lambing shed to the fields outside. Credit: Chris Strickland / Alamy Live News , T3FCP0

     

     

     

     

     

    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

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  5. 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.


  6. 6 hours ago, wiskerke said:

     

    https://goo.gl/maps/Crv4kpzpfvB2

    It's before 1968: that was when the Singer Building was demolished.

    Great image!

    Do you know Andreas Feininger?

     

    wim

     

    edit: wow look at Google today: a Bauhaus tribute!

    Andreas Feininger studied at the Bauhaus, where his father Lyonel was head of the graphics studio.

    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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