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Thomas Kyhn

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  1. Could you possibly explain how you do that – the part about dragging images into Google Image?
  2. I just realized, it's not Elizabeth Allan but Elizabeth Allen – two different actors – and the photo is from Donovan's Reef (1963): https://evilbloggerlady.blogspot.com/2017/12/elizabeth-allen.html
  3. I'm not completely sure about Elizabeth Allan, though; her last movie was in 1958, so perhaps it's unlikely that she would be on the cover of a film magazine in 1963 – ?
  4. Thanks! I just realized that the issue I linked to above (in the National Diet Library Digital Collections) was the wrong one – it was also no. 345, but from 1929.
  5. According to the Japanese National Diet Library Digital Collections (Japanese) it is Greta Garbo on the cover. It doesn't really look like her though.
  6. Country: Worldwide Usage: Single company - multiple use editorial only Industry sector: Education Start: 10 July 2018 Duration: Unlimited
  7. That's right! Immediately, I thought Elizabeth Taylor, but at closer inspection it doesn't look like her.
  8. Strange. If I re-open the browser (not deleting any cookies), I get the "Möchten Sie …" message again.
  9. Just a small detail. Alamy keeps asking if I want to use the site in German. I'm not in a German speaking country, and I don't use a German VPN. Any idea why Alamy would suggest I use German? (I'll refrain from making any historical references.)
  10. How about, for instance, close-ups of brick walls? Walls, of course, are property too, but would a release really be necessary in this case?
  11. Can anyone tell me if multiple versions of the same photo are accepted on Alamy? For instance, a b/w as well as a colour version, or a 'clean' and filtered version.
  12. I have a couple of questions about property releases for buildings. If you take a photo of part of a city – from a tower, for instance – would you need a release for every qualifying/recognizable building in the photo? Or if in a landscape photo there's a lighthouse in the distance? (This may be a stupid question. In any case.) Do you need a release for photos of buildings that have been demolished after the photos were taken?
  13. That's good to know – I thought the amount of keywords required to reach green was a little excessive.
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