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PennPix

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About PennPix

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    www.PennPix.com

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    England
  • Interests
    Photography, Travel and Walking Football

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  • Alamy URL
    https://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={89D76163-1640-412E-AFB6-052FD2BE97EA}&name=Matt+Pennington
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    750
  • Joined Alamy
    15 Dec 2015
  1. I really am intrigued with the Forum - photos found in June 2018 etc ... I find it a fascinating feed. Years ago I would deliver my roll of film to the picture desk hopefully negotiate a fee and then go buy the paper in the morning ! As a newbie to Forum is anyone kindly able to explain how photographers can search the internet for possible usage and any tips to mark ones photos when editing ? Really appreciated. Matt / PennPix
  2. Thank you Sally - are you also able to inform me / others how you can search online to see if any of your Alamy pix have been used ? - similar to the June 2018 updates etc ... kind regards
  3. This is a fascinating thread / Topic - thanks to contributors. Is this the most effective way that fellow members use to check through - say - use of Alamy stock photos in News/Social Media/Print etc on the day, week, months after submission - especially with News Pix ? I had an Alamy sale last year in a national newspaper online edition but it was only through my own google type search that I happily realised - several weeks later - that one of my pix had been used. I think I understand the historic delay in Papers settling usage payments to say Alamy ... but did wonder if there are any clever tips members can share re: searching Internet for Credits. On a day like Bank Holiday Monday with papers having some online news articles with perhaps 50+ credited images of beaches or the weather - and Live News feed going crazy ... I'm sure we all get a buzz trying to find our name Credit but digital is so different to taking the roll of HP5 into the Fleet Street Picture Desk and agreeing a sale ! and buying the paper the next morning. Oh sorry that was me in 1984 in London. Thanks again for this discussion in anticipation - very useful
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