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  1. When the submission form asks me if there is property, I've been filling in "no" for public buildings, and "no" for sculptures. But it seems that Australian law makes exceptions when things are photographed for commercial use. Should I fill in "yes" for all buildings-as-property questions without checking the law? Everything not human is property, so that means that if I photograph an expanse of fields, I should contact every farmer who has a field with a corner in the photograph. Apparently even graffiti requires a release! Here is some of the Australian law The recent settle
  2. Just took a look at the Alamy Blog and have discovered, for 2018 at least, Australia will be in high demand for travel images. Take a look at the list: Australia Victoria Heathcote Sandy Point Swan Bay Western Australia Como Kimberley Perth (Marina and Rottnest) Tanilba Bay and Taylors Beach Kings Park and Botanical Garden The Swan River Matilda Bay Fremantle New South Wales Sutherland Shire Heatherbrae Port Stephens Alfords Point Anna Bay Bangor Barden Ridge
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