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  1. Welcome to the February photo-contest friends. The chosen theme for the contest is Urban Landscape ... in all its traditional & novel photo-interpretation. The contest concludes at mid-night, 28th February. Maximum 3 images per contributor Images must be available on Alamy The winner will start the new topic Some examples : Kumar, India
  2. Hi, I am new to Alamy and confused by the following matter: My photographs are mostly cityscapes, which frequently include people. However, in many cases those people are perfectly unrecognizable and I used to submit such images to microstocks as Royalty Free, providing they do not show any copyrighted content, etc. I have an archive of such images with already remowed signage, etc. When attributing such images I must specify "how many people are in this image" and the according explanation, which pops up if clicking the "people" link looks to be extremely strict and states that one should count unrecognizable people as well, which in turn makes RF licensing to be impossible. It looks as if one cannot offer even an aerial view on a city as RF image. Is this vision correct? A confusing factor: I made a search for cityscapes with "RF" criteria + "0 people" filter and got plenty of results contradicting to this vision. Are there any suggestions?
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