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Thomas Kyhn

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  1. I've tried with several different photos, and they all get the same tint – like this:
  2. What's with the strange greenish tint that's added to the header image (this is a black and white photo)?
  3. So, if you want a better – preferably small – monitor to hook up to your laptop when you're sitting at a desk, what would be a good choice? The smallest Eizos appear to be 24 inches; the same with BenQ monitors.
  4. Not at all. The reason I asked in the first place, though, was that it wasn't clear to me at what point exactly a release would be necessary, and this particular photo seemed a good example.
  5. It's my wife's hand in the glove, so a release won't be any trouble. But, obviously, no one would be able to tell.
  6. Good point. It didn't have a ring on its leg, though, so I assume a property release would be unnecessary.
  7. I was unsure if a gloved hand counted as a person – when you can't actually see the person.
  8. Is a model release necessary for a photo such as this containing a gloved hand? Or perhaps I should rather ask, would you set "Number of people in the image" to 1 or 0?
  9. I much prefer the touchpad; with a mouse you have to move one hand back and forth between the keyboard and the mouse, whereas with the touchpad both your hands can stay where they are.
  10. I use a MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2,9 GHz Intel Core i7, 16 GM RAM), which works fine with Lightroom (8.0 / Classic CC). The only issue's I've had are with the keyboard (1st generation), which I've already had replaced once and need to have replaced again. So if you get MacBook, make sure you get the latest model with the latest generation of the keyboard – I don't remember if it's 3rd or 4th – which is supposed to have fewer issues with keys getting stuck, etc.
  11. I wrote and asked Alamy – just wanted to be sure before uploading any such images myself – and got a similar reply: "By signing up to Alamy, you warrant that the images you upload are either your copyright, that you have the correct permissions to upload the images, or that the images are free of copyright."
  12. How does this work copyright-wise? What are the requirements for "found" images if you want to sell them on Alamy?
  13. Low $$ Country: Worldwide Usage: Editorial Media: Newspaper - national [South China Morning Post apparently] Print run: up to 100,000
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