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  1. hello from james curley i have been a pap since 1989 and have taken thousands of photos over the last 30 years and i am trying in between shooting new pics to upload my entire library on to alamy just wanted to ask the community how im doing so far have uploaded 130 thousand celebrity paparazzi images and have sold a few already probably got another 300 thousand to go these are the edited images i have submitted direct to the national papers over the years look forward to hearing form everyone best wish
  2. Hello everyone....I am very new here and have many questions....let's start with this one: While cleaning out some old hard drives, I re-discovered some images I made of Elvis Presley in one of his final concert appearances in 1977, about three months before he died. I know that he is a celebrity and all that, but since he is the only person in the shots, how would I go about getting the required releases? Did I mention that he's dead? Not sure if it matters, but I had the OK from his "people", but was restricted to the first three songs in the set. Would these be a candidate for "Edit
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