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Ambrosiniv

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  1. Difficult to say, but it looks like a Honda CR-V https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-d&biw=1920&bih=944&tbm=isch&sa=1&ei=6tzAXKSzBuuj1fAP0cup4Ag&q=honda+crv+profile&oq=honda+crv&gs_l=img.1.0.35i39j0i67j0l2j0i67j0l5.2380.2380..3870...0.0..0.61.61.1......1....1..gws-wiz-img.U1Jz3XQEzxI
  2. My biggest sale to date. Very happy Country: German Speaking Countries Usage: Consumer goods Media: Calendar Print run: up to 100,000 Placement: Front cover Start: 18 April 2020 End: 18 April 2021 Duration: 2 years Low $$$
  3. I had exactly the same this month: Country: Germany Usage: Editorial Media: Television (editorial) Print run: up to 1 transmission Placement: Use within body of show Start: 01 January 2019 End: 01 January 2020 Bulk Discount, Flat Rate Mid $$
  4. Very happy to have made another sale here. High $$s Country: Worldwide Usage: Editorial Media: Television (editorial) Print run: Unlimited transmissions Placement: Use within body of show Start: 19 November 2018 Duration: In perpetuity Licensed for a single edit, in perpetuity and across all media.
  5. Thanks Wim. I had a look at the links but I still could not identify the specific meaning of this particular beacon. I guess I won't be navigating those waters anytime soon anyway
  6. That's really annoying that we have to search for it ourselves to report unclaimed sales. What if you have thousands of images, how do you choose which ones to search for?!
  7. Can anyone please name this sea/river/canal marker? (the triangle on the concrete post
  8. My 4th sale to date!! RM Country: Worldwide Usage: Presentation or newsletters, Use in a presentation/talk (eg,Powerpoint and Keynote) or in a newsletter. Start: 04 August 2018 End: 04 August 2023
  9. What do you mean by 'found during a random image search'? Do you mean to say it took about 3 years for it to report as a sale? Blimey.
  10. Yes, the dangers of photography! Yet, I'd love to be a sports photographer, it's one of my dream jobs. I wouldn't know how to start though. With landscapes and some other types of photography anyone can go and take photos, whether you sell them it's another matter. With professional sports, however, it's definitely not as easy to get into a position where you can even take the images. Which then makes it difficult for you to have a portfolio to show to prospective employers, etc... Catch-22
  11. The Guardian online https://www.theguardian.com/science/2018/jul/12/the-real-reason-the-sound-of-your-own-voice-makes-you-cringe Photograph: Alamy Stock Photo
  12. This Mexico-based photographer got some pretty nice images from his "unique view spot". https://www.theguardian.com/football/2018/jul/12/photographer-croatia-good-shot-world-cup-yuri-cortez Luckily he wasn't hurt during the celebrations.
  13. Thanks, I saw others mentioning this, but I wasn't sure what to 'drag', I've figured out now. Thanks!
  14. I no longer seem to be able to insert the image from the URL, I only get an option to 'save a preview' when I try? Has anyone had the same issue? I have tried different browsers with no success. When I copy the URL it won't accept it. Anyway, it's my first sale of the year, second sale of this image and my only ever third sale! The image is KAKWJ7 Country: Worldwide Usage: Single company - multiple use editorial onlyEditorial print + digital use. Industry sector: Media, design & publishing Start: 10 July 2018 Duration: Unlimited
  15. That wasn't me. I don't use the arrows as I don't see the point in them. I had a look at your recent images as requested and cannot see any issues. I agree with NYCAT that, unless it's obviously under/over exposed, then it's more of a personal taste. Regards
  16. Thanks, I did try but did not know what site to search them on. I tried a few with no results, but it does confirm that they're L-4 Grasshoppers , thanks
  17. Hi all, Can anyone identify these for me? I have searched online and I think I have got some of them by checking other images online but correct/exact identification would be great! I'm not sure if the aircraft are all the same, but I have them as L-4 Grasshoppers and Piper J-3 cubs. Thanks!
  18. I am not (yet) a large contributor, but my first sale was when I had around 150 images, after less than 3 months. I've only ever had 2 sales, however.
  19. I don't have many images here yet, but I have already made 2 sales, which was probably more due to luck than anything! As expected, since then I have not made any further sales as of yet. My question is: do sales get affected by how active your account is? In other words, do you have to keep adding images to get more exposure or are search results not affected by your account activity? Theoretically, if you uploaded "the best" image of a particular subject, would it continue selling or would it get relegated to the bottom of search results as time goes by? Thanks
  20. Do sales report more than once a day? I had the impression that it was once a day only, much like the zooms/Alamy measures.
  21. Only my second sale here, this time for a smaller amount. Worldwide usage: Presentation or newsletter
  22. My first image sold here! With a relatively small number of images and just under 3 months of contribution here, I'm fairly pleased with this sale! Hopefully there will be many more to come.
  23. Is there somewhere that explains in more details the text in the 'Details' box for sold images? I have had my first sale and the text reads: Usage: iQ sale: Ad and design. Marketing Package Use. Internal and external marketing communications. Excludes advertising. Repeat use within the terms of the license In this example what does iQ stand for? I'm assuming there will be other initialisms for other types of sales (e.g. PU for Personal Use), so are they written somewhere? Thanks
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