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JaniMarkus Hasa

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  1. Our Land, Our Running Colours. Contemporary artwork made of Sámi shawl thread by Sámi artist Outi Pieski. Kiasma contemporary art museum in Helsinki. Editorial royalty-free. Country: Worldwide. Usage: Editorial, Editorial - websites, apps, social media and blogs (excludes advertising). Worldwide for 5 years. Media: Website, app and social media. Net $ 9.94.
  2. People sitting on Market Square dock on a sunny afternoon in Helsinki, Finland. Royalty-free. Serbia, Editorial website, Bulk discount, flat rate. Distributor sale. Net $ 1.06.
  3. Editorial royalty-free. Finland, Book, print and/or e-book. $ 70.18. Distributor sale. Nevertheless, it is the highest gross and net of my short Alamy career. This is the kind of photography I enjoy doing.
  4. Some 15 ago I was taking pictures of my daughters in local playground. Later the same day one of neighbors told me she had been warned about bald man in a leather jacket shooting pictures of children. Are pedophiles actually interested in pictures of clothed children? If they are, there is plenty to be found in the internet with no risk of being attacked by the mob.
  5. I never know the right spelling, so I use every variation that comes to mind. Like secondhand, second-hand and second hand. Whether it's about recycling or clocks.
  6. Yep. Just looked into these, taken ten years ago. Way too small. Anyway, happier days.
  7. $ 1.70 coming your way in about six months, Phillip Whalley: https://www.iltalehti.fi/formulat/a/6ffe6592-756d-444a-be9b-65258849ddfa
  8. This one has been licensed four times. Finnish media, distributor sales. It has earned me almost $ 7. You are all very welcome to copycat.
  9. Two Finnish media through distributor sales. Very little money in the first place, next to nothing for me. But hey, got my name published under the image! The other one was used already in June: https://yle.fi/uutiset/3-11389918 (under pseudonym) This one was used less than month ago: https://www.iltalehti.fi/kotimaa/a/184f7f8f-e496-4647-ba88-14c4b9047673 Aurinkolahti beach and residential district. Royalty-free. 6 MB. 1750 x 1167 pixels. Finland, Editorial website.
  10. Country: WorldwideUsage: Personal use, Personal prints, cards and gifts. Non-commercial use only, not for resale.Media: Non-commercial, one time, personal/home use48 MB5000 x 3333 pixels3 MB compressedStart: 15 December 2020End: 15 December 2025 Portulaca grandiflora. Shot in August. I'm not very proud of this one, but I've learned that anything that passes QC may sell.
  11. Five licenses for $ 5.64 each. Distributor sales, so it's not worth the time I've spent editing, tagging and reminding Alamy distribution team to invoice. Wasn't expecting much from November though. CTR 0.26 which is very low even for me. Not giving resignation notice any time soon.
  12. Five sales dropped in yesterday. Maybe "drop" is not the right verb as one of these was used May 5th and I've been reminding Alamy about invoicing several times. Distributor sale, so I earned $ 1.69 for each. At least two of them were used by Finnish Broadcasting company YLE (Finnish equivalent for BBC). https://yle.fi/uutiset/3-11336433 https://yle.fi/uutiset/3-11411407 Ambivalent feelings. As a tax payer I'm happy YLE is not throwing money away. As a stock photographer I'm not happy being exploited like this.
  13. True, but what you see on Friday is Thursday's views.
  14. Yep, measures not working. No views since Thursday. No zooms either, but that's normal... 😃
  15. Just for the sake of conversation... getting 50 % of the very low price you have obviously marked the image as exclusive. Some would say that album cover is a piece of art, which should not be marked as exclusive (according to Alamy). Some others might say it's only a cardboard package to protect vinyl record inside and maybe help to sell the product, just like - say - a box around toothpaste tube. What's your stand on this? Art or marketing?
  16. 17 sales reported, mostly distributor sales to Finnish media meaning very little money. $150 gross and $60 net. My average earning per image was $3.50. Had no sales in September and not expecting much from November as this distributor (All Over Press) seems to be invoiced bi-monthly. 11 zooms with CTR 0.88, which is above my average. Haven't really uploaded anything for a long time.
  17. Editorial royalty-free. 'One use in a single editorial article used within print and /or web versions, with re-use of the article in other titles or web versions within the same newspaper group. Digital use includes archive rights for the lifetime of the article. Any placement in paper and online. $ 22.85. Michael Jackson (Thriller) - oil painting on canvas by Dawn Mellor - at On the Wall exhibition in EMMA contemporary art museum in Espoo, FInland. Non-exclusive, so 40 % for me. This image was zoomed in June, could be related.
  18. I've had only 38 sales so far. One image has been used four times and one image twice. I've been active just about 16 months, that might explain the low level of repeat-sellers.
  19. Good point. One may argue, that plywood box texture and other graffitis and tags visible (shown more in the original image) give enough context to justify the image as an original piece. I have loads of street art and some actual paintings at museums in my portfolio. None of them are marked exclusive, all are marked Sell for editorial only. Alamy has removed some of my San Francisco murals, that's all. In my opinion, street art is very temporary art form. Almost like a performance. Shooting street art is part of street photography, perpetuating something that is soon gone.
  20. Well, my image contained only a stencil graffiti of Jesus. The verse was added by the image thief.
  21. Just found my first stolen image from Pinterest. Feel like a big boy now... Not worth reporting, I suppose.
  22. Royalty-free. Country: Worldwide. Usage: Presentation or newsletters, Use in a presentation/talk (eg,Powerpoint and Keynote) or in a newsletter. Start: 13 October 2020. End: 13 October 2025. $ 12.99 Tenderloin district street view with supportive housing hotels in San Francisco, United States of America. Zoomed ("san francisco tenderloin") on Monday, reported yesterday. Shot four years ago. Oh, those innocent times when one could actually travel abroad...
  23. I'm one of those lesser photographers so I can't really relate to feelings of greater ones. However, it annoys me to see lesser images used in newspapers and other publications.
  24. Happy to have one of those reasonable sales every other month. Editorial website; Duration: 5 years; Worldwide. $36.13. Customers in front of Lentävä Lehmä, yellow cheese vendor stall at Hakaniemi temporary indoor market hall in Helsinki, Finland. Image was used in Monocle and reported in a month. Reasonable time, reasonable price.
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