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About Robz

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  1. Country: Worldwide Usage: iQ sale: Single company - multiple use editorial only ; Industry Sector: Media, design & publishing ; Start: 17-February-2021 ; Duration: In perpetuity Mid $$ London, UK. 4 June 2019. Radka Blazickova of University of Northampton features recycled plastic garments on the catwalk at Graduate Fashion Week 2019 at The Old Truman Brewery in East London
  2. Inland Revenue? LOL I just did a quick google, and found a BBC sports journalist and a film producer with the same name (presumably not you), so maybe someone was looking for images of one of them. If you then switch to Google image search and select commercial license 11 of your Alamy live news images come up first.
  3. Re news and stockimo - in case anyone else was interested, I found this on stockimo.com FAQ:
  4. Ah, yes this is one of the reasons (before lockdown) I considered getting a s/h iPhone after I was chucked off Live News. So does s****i** have an option to submit as news - or how does it work? (it's still on my list of things to consider post-covid). TIA
  5. From the FAQ: Leaving Alamy Q. How do I close my account?A. You can close your Alamy account at any time by emailing contributors@alamy.com. Once you’ve emailed us, we’ll start the process. Your account will be closed and images will no longer be available for sale on our site 45 days after you asked for your account to be closed.
  6. Related to this weekend's maintenance - here's a message from Alamy about it in another thread:
  7. Ha, I just uploaded a set of images from 2016 although they are from an event, newsworthy at the time, that I noticed no-one else had submiited images for, so I hope that they will still be found if there are any relevant searches.
  8. I own a number of unique artworks by relatively well-known "street" artists, although these items are not "street art" (murals) they small artworks hung inside my home I realise that the artists own the copyright, but can I submit photos of them to Alamy for editorial use? And if so do I need to apply the 1/3 rule (as here: https://www.alamy.com/contributor/how-to-sell-images/understanding-stock-image-licensing/?section=6) or is that only for marking the image as exclusive? One of the items was created for me by the artist so no other photos of it exist, so could I mar
  9. You can embed the caption, description, tags etc in the image before you upload - but I don't know if they are actually looked at by the QC team, I suspect not. Anyway, if the image then does pass QC they are already loaded into Image Manager and so long as you have a caption and 5 tags the image will go on sale. https://www.alamy.com/contributor/how-to-sell-images/captions-and-keywords-for-images/?section=8
  10. Thought I'd choose this subtle headwear from Philip Treacy 2D2AJ97
  11. So has anyone managed to get a "licensable image" badge on their images in Google? I updated the metadata on one of my images to add the Copyright Image URL and Licensor URL, uploaded it to my website and asked Google to index the page it is on. The image is indexed, but it does not have the "licensable image" badge, nor the "Get this image on: <url>" description. It does show the "Creator", "Credit" and "Copyright" details in the description with my name etc but not as clickable links, whereas my other images generally just say "Images may be subject to cop
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