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  1. I have been looking at my sales and notice the following sales detail seems to be on the increase. Country: Worldwide Usage: iQ sale: Magazine, Editorial print and digital use. Repeat use. Industry sector: Media, design & publishing Start: 05 August 2015 End: 05 August 2020 I realise we hand our image over to Alamy and agree that they are able to negotiate prices etc etc... I also recognise that the market is very difficult and prices reflect this BUT we mark our images as RM for a reason over RF and I can't help but feel that this is RF by the back door. Yes it has a 5 year term
  2. Newbie question. It seems to me that while RF license sells images based on size of the image, RM license seems to give buyers the full-size image? I work in Asia, so it seems like a lot of people here could potentially choose the cheapest RM license, get a full size image, then do whatever they want with it. Legal prosecution? People/identities and companies can 'disappear' Plus sometimes your laws just can't reach certain organizations in certain countries. Or am I mistaken somewhere about how this works? Thanks for any feedback.
  3. Just wondering how someone can have an image with people in it and no releases, yet have a Royalty Free license. I thought it automatically gets set to RM if you indicate you don't have a release. Yet I've just run across some that are RF with people and no releases.
  4. I thought I knew the answer to this question but I got confused today: If I sell my photo as Right Managed Exclusive do I have to delete that image for this period while license expires or not? Same question also for only Rights Managed. Please tell me where to look for this answer or tell me yoursef if you are familiar with this situation. Thanks in advance.
  5. If I have a photograph of an individual who is wearing Oakley sunglasses, but you can't really tell they are Oakley (I know they are Oakley), can I sell the image without making it for editorial use only (since I clearly don't have a release from Oakley)? I do have a model release from the individual.
  6. I have looked at the threads and some of this has been covered, but as a January forum newbie, I have a question about releases, I am aware of the difference between RF & RM, but I have some images of a model, that I think could sell with model release, but haven't asked them to sign the release. I know model releases are partly about people suing you in the future, amongst other things, but I wondered if you have a model release will that make the image more saleable in monetary terms in general? Or is it only more valuable, If it is used in a advert of some description, or am I w
  7. Just wondering what this duration describes? Country: Czech Republic Usage: Editorial Media: Magazine - print, digital and electronic Print run: up to 10,000 Placement: Inside Image Size: 1 page Start: 01 November 2014 End: 01 November 2019 Duration: 1 month. Could the RM $15.16 fee reflect 5 years or 1 month? Compliments of the season to all readers. Richard.
  8. As I am redoing keywording going through all my uploads (Ctr 0.0. Now after a few hundred up to 0.50!!) I noticed I have to change a lot from Royalty free to RM missing licenses. Mostly logotype issues. Going through everything again I thought I do it right this time But when you do this, this message pops up. Does this mean I have to wait 3 month for the change and in the meanwhile the image can't be sold? After being sold. Is the sale vallid? And is it the buyer who decides to buy it anyhow without proper license? Somehow confused. And why should it take 3 months to chang
  9. Hi Guys, I know I could as MS but I know I will get the right answer here and faster. I recently went through my older images and changed them from RF to RM and part of the email i received today from MS read Your images marked as "Sold/In Purchase path" will be removed There were quite a few and only one I know to be sold a while ago My question is, will these images be taken away from a potential buyer when they are removed? If they are in a lightbox somewhere will they suddenly disappear? I realise if they have already sold then it is too late but am interested to know a
  10. Country: Worldwide Usage: Editorial Media: Textbook - print and e-book Print run: Unlimited Placement: Inside Image Size: 1 page Start: 28 May 2013 End: 28 May 2023 "Includes versions in all media. Compendium rights including teachers’ editions, brief editions, split volumes, custom and international editions so long as there is no more than 25% content change from the original use. All support material including instructor and student media, print and digital ancillaries and marketing/ promotional use for the edition" Is this a record? Richard.
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