Thomas Kyhn

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About Thomas Kyhn

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    https://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={857E075C-986A-45AC-A45F-FA100D6BF9E5}&name=Thomas+Kyhn+Rovsing+Hj%c3%b8rnet
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    29 Nov 2017
  1. Another low point?

    I gave it a try a few months ago, not knowing what to expect. From 10 downloads so far I've made $5,76. I'm considering deleting my account. My experience with iSt and Adobe is about the same.
  2. You can still use drag & drop – from one window to another, for instance.
  3. The second time this one has been sold. Low $$; ten times as much as the first time. Country: Brazil Usage: Editorial Media: Book, print and/or e-book Print run: up to 5,000 Placement: Inside Image Size: 1 page Start: 01 August 2018 End: 01 August 2023 Bulk Discount, Flat Rate
  4. Amazon seller image infringement

    In any case, people can always take a screenshot.
  5. Apple buildings – no photo policy

    My impression so far is that people are more "sensitive" in this regard in the US; a couple of days ago I was stopped and questioned by someone for taking a photo of a car parked in the street. Last year I was stopped and interrogated by the police, and had my passport checked, for shooting video of a sign on a wall outside of a fire station.
  6. Apple buildings – no photo policy

    Perhaps different policies apply to Apple Stores as they are open to the public already. When it comes to Apple buildings they may be worried that someone would take photos of what goes on inside the buildings.
  7. Apple buildings – no photo policy

    Thanks for your comments.
  8. Apple buildings – no photo policy

    Quite a few of the photos on Alamy appear to have been taken on the property though.
  9. Recently, I was stopped by guards at an Apple campus and informed about the no photo policy at all Apple buildings. There are lots of photos of Apple buildings on Alamy though, so I don't suppose there's any problem with uploading such photos – ?
  10. I just got an email from Alamy saying that their IT team had identified the issue and that it will be fixed, but it would take a while.
  11. Selling other people's photos – ?

    That is the case; they were taken by my uncle. None of his other relatives, and there aren't that many of them, had any interest in his photos, so that shouldn't be a problem.
  12. Selling other people's photos – ?

    Thanks for your replies! On the (Danish) page Niels Quist links to, it says that when the copyright holder did not leave a will, the heirs inherit the copyright. That should settle it then.
  13. I've inherited a large number of photos, mainly in the form of slides, and most of them of birds. I'm considering putting them on Alamy. What is the common practice as regards photos that you own but haven't taken yourself? Do you use your own account and add the photographers name in the description, or do you use an alias, or would you a make a separate account?
  14. Trafalgar Square Photographer

    More than usually silly.