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  1. https://www.msn.com/en-us/lifestyle/lifestyle-buzz/40-hysterical-finalists-in-this-years-comedy-wildlife-photo-awards/ss-AAH9eUf?li=BBnb4R7
  2. Regards to fellow photographers. I have been contributing to Alamy since August 2016 and would like to share my Alamy portfolio link with you. https://www.alamy.com/portfolio/437052.html
  3. Greetings, Which license would you say is most effective to use on your photos when selling wildlife photos? I am talking about mostly factual, unedited wildlife photography. Many thanks
  4. I'm pretty sure I do need property release for zoo animals but just want to make sure with the rest of the gang here. I do, right? I initially entered it as non-property/royalty free but then I changed it to property with no release and I got a window stating that if sold as royalty free it will be deleted in 3 months. Why don't they just let me make the correction now while I'm entering attributes?
  5. A newcomer considering releases, can you tell me if a release is ever required for wildlife where images are taken within a wildlife park or maybe a zoo where photography is freely allowed and there are no obvious restrictions and the image is wholly of the creature with no buildings, ads or property in view in the image? Thanks for looking.
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