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Good day! Happy New Year! Not that I'm so greedy, but I want to find out the truth. It often happens that people come directly to me and ask, so to speak, to give them a from one of my photos. The reasons are very different - but mostly financial. Since I myself am not very rich, as a rule, I go to meet the requestor. But recently an interesting incident happened to me. A few weeks ago I have sale one of the photos (Country: Worldwide Usage: Personal use, Impresiones, tarjetas y regalos personales o referencias para artistas. Solo para un uso no comercial; no se permite la reventa. "Translation of Spanish text - Prints, cards and personal gifts or references for artists. For non-commercial use only; Resale is not allowed.'' Media: Non-commercial, one time, personal/home use 46 MB 4927 x 3263 pixels 658KB compressed Start: 03 December 2019 End: 03 December 2024). And the next day she was returned (04 December 2019) Sale refunded - Original sale date (03 December 2019). But why not an explanation for the reason for the return? I think this is a certain element of fraud, IMHO. What do you think about this, gentlemen, experienced stockers who have been working with Alamy for a long time?
I am new and currently shifting from microstock to focusing primarily on Alamy submissions. At the same time I have shifted to street photography primarily based on travel. My question is.....is there a list publicly available of the clients/buyers/distributors associated with Alamy? For example, does National Geographic or The Guardian or whatever other publications out there have a relationship with Alamy? I would love to look at said publications to see what stories are being written thus gearing my photography towards similar genres/topics. I don't know if this is proprietary information but I thought it would be worth asking.