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  1. 17 hours ago, Bryan said:

    Times online 26th

    Sally Anderson wildlife  Close up of Allium Sphaerocephalon round headed leek or round headed garlic, ball head onion at RHS show, Hampton Court, London, England, UK - Image ID: JGN5FY

     

    Cheers Brian. I would never have known about this otherwise as I can’t see it online without a subscription.  A rare plant use for me. I look forward to 50% of $4.78

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  2. Missed this if it was reported last week. 

    https://www.theguardian.com/books/2019/oct/17/kathleen-jamie-surfacing-interview-nature-writing-colonised-by-white-men

    A crop of WC5B8G 

    Edinburgh International Book Festival 2019, Scotland Kathleen Jamie, Scottish poet, essayist & Professor of Creative Writing at University of Stirling
    Contributor: Sally Anderson News / Alamy Stock Photo

     

     

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  3. 9 hours ago, meanderingemu said:

     

     

    Based on rest of work of contributor, work seems to be submitted as Reportage more than News (since images from the 22nd are already into collection), so i wonder if this bypasses all reviews

     

    not sure if discussing someone else's work unrequested is allowed in Forum TOS, but the captioning appears in line with their work, ie, General captioning for a whole series of image, and nothing particular on each one. 

    Yes Reportage bypasses QC. 

    I came across this by searching for one word: 'fungi' on Alamy. 


  4. 5 hours ago, Avpics said:

    I'm guessing that was the aspect of Sally's question, rather than over the authenticity of the original photograph. Would it come under similar guidelines for artworks? Seems a little risky to me.

    Indeed it was. Taking a photo of someone else’s highly acclaimed photo in an exhibition (not to mention all the other images from the same exhibition) seems highly dubious to me and I would have thought would open the contributor up to an infringement action. I am surprised that this is acceptable to Alamy.

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  5. 1 hour ago, Marb said:

    No. I have exclusive shots of behind the scenes of the upcoming bbc War Of The Worlds tv series due to be aired very soon worldwide, some good ones nobody else has and yet non have sold here except 1 small personal sale  (which I have since stopped and made all editorial) So considering its a major story, first time ever on tv being aired worldwide, its a very very poor return here. 

    Doesn’t matter really if they are photos that no one else has. For something like this, what matters is whether the producers make photos available freely to editorial outlets, which is highly likely since they want to promote the programme. The papers are unlikely to pay for something that they can get free.

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  6. On 03/10/2019 at 10:29, CAROL SAUNDERS said:

    Made me giggle, so easy to get into a routine in the morning......get up have breakfast....check measures or  vice versa 😄

     

    Carol

    It’s down again this morning. I, too, don’t like to get going before I have checked it, usually while drinking a homemade latte.

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  7. On 10/09/2019 at 00:24, gvallee said:

    A first for me regarding usage:

     

    Country: United Kingdom
    Usage: Corporate client. Wall Décor. Any size. Any placement. Single Design only.
    Start: 09 September 2019
    Duration: In perpetuity

    $$

     

    BB04DB.jpg

    I got one of those earlier this week, too. Not sure what kind of wall decor you can get for low $$. It wasn’t an image I would have thought particularly great for such use (front of a shop wording).


  8. 15 hours ago, Niels Quist said:

    Country: Worldwide, Usage: Single company - multiple use editorial only, Industry sector: Media, design & publishing, Start: 09 September 2019, Duration: Unlimited.

    I found it online used as a guide book cover, etc. Late licensed or probably licensed due to my finding and reporting. Just over mid $$

     

    copenhagen-denmark-25th-may-2016-the-fre

     

    Copenhagen, Denmark, 25th May 2016. The Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines MS Braemar leaves the harbour of Copenhagen and is seen out by the Little Mermaid on a warm

    and sunny afternoon after a summer’s day in Copenhagen and is now heading for the medieval city Visby on the Swedish island Gotland in the Baltic Sea on a 15 days’

    round-trip cruising the waterways of Scandinavia. Credit: Niels Quist/Alamy Live News

     

    Surprised at this license. Is the embargo on publishing photos of the little mermaid not still around? Or is it OK because the main part of the photo is s cruise ship?

    https://petapixel.com/2014/08/20/try-publish-picture-statue-denmark-youd-better-ready-pay/

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