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  1. Today's home page photo is wonderful M5REB0. And the whole collection is mesmerising. Easily distracting from the business of keywording! https://tinyurl.com/y4e8lbg6 Kathy
  2. I have inherited some old b&w prints taken in World War 2 and the 1950s that might be of historical interest. Does Alamy accept scans of this type of photo, and would they need to be resampled in a photo editor to bring them up to a certain file size and resolution?
  3. Hi I’ve found some photos I took in London in 1988 (with my Olympus OM40 which was my first “proper” SLR camera ). Anyway, prints, obviously, and the city skyline is very different to how it looks now. There’s nothing notable between St Pauls and what used to be called the NatWest tower. It occurred to me I could photograph them and submit to Alamy as archive. Is that the kind of thing Alamy archive is for? Quality wouldn’t be great - the prints are a bit faded. Also I don’t know the exact date, only that it was 1988/89 because of the boyfriend who’s in some of them 😄.
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