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  1. I have some shots which I have posted exclusive to Alamy. If I posted them on a hobbyist photo sharing site saying they are for sale exclusively from Alamy, are they still exclusive?
  2. As we know there are "Exclusivity inquiry" emails coming in last months. The client wants to buy an exclusive license as below: Image: xxxxxaUsage: Trade/Retail book coverDuration: 10 yearsTerritory: WorldwideExclusivity: Industry/Spot (Trade Books/Cover) ... The client’s fee would be $950 USD and is non-negotiable. ... If you would approve, any similar/sister images should be restricted from sale in the same manner, including images: xxxxxb Here are two of my images under inquiry: - DEYJKX (and similar DEYJ7C) - DNBY4R (and similar F8C
  3. I've looked at the other topics discussing this issue, and none seemed to be exactly on point. I just got a bunch of photos passed of a tourist attraction here in the US. Not a vastly popular one, but in an area where surprisingly I've licensed a fair number on Alamy and some via my site on Photoshelter too - I think that these are two places where editors go for those hard to find images. I'm tempted to tick "exclusive to Alamy" because they are not the types of images I expect to sell often, hence I've uploaded them here, and I don't expect they'd be a big draw on either of the
  4. Hello fellows, I don't know if I'm missing something, but when browsing through the Alamy website, there is no indication about "exclusive images" (Only available on Alamy), either in stock or live news images, in general search or individual image description (visitors mode). I think it would be an interesting option, useful to highlight the images from "Exclusive collection of stock and live news" and facilitate whoever (potential customers) either searching or browsing through the Alamy website. Andre
  5. Good morning, dear forum members. I'm sure you've talked about this topic many times , but I would really appreciate if you could invest a little more time and help me to find out what I am missing. First of all, I want to tell you some facts about me and my pictures - just to clarify a few things. - I am Olympus Visionary/Ambassador from Switzerland - My pictures are constantly published at National Geographic and winning different contests, awards etc. - All my pictures are exclusively at Alamy and I don't sell my pictures anywhere else - QC accepts 100%
  6. I just posted this on the 'suggestions' forum: "Now that Alamy is making a clearer distinction of images available only here, it only makes sense, imo, to have that information available on the sales page. Is work being done to make this improvement?" If "available only on Alamy" has any worth at all in promoting sales, it needs to be included in data about the image. If Alamy doesn't make that improvement, it may indicate that they don't believe that it does. It could also mean that they would rather discourage those sales, because of the higher commission paid to us. L
  7. Hi All brand new here - basically joined as an outlet for my non-commissioned work most of which normally gets posted to social media then I forget about it until someone wants to use it for something - thought I would join here and then I can just point them (usually local paper) to Alamy to buy the images they want and save me the hassle of dealing with them - though I know this means I'll earn less from them maybe some other people might want some too to offset them etc and it will hopefully just be less hassle. Anyway my question is this - should I be ticking Exclusive to Al
  8. Hi I currently upload to Alamy, and large part of images elsewhere too. But started to think whether I should stick to Alamy exclusively. Hence my question - did you notice better/more sales on exclusive images that non-exclusive? Thanks.
  9. Hi, I decided to go exclusive on other site, I deleted all my accounts on other stock sites except Alamy, they say that I need to wait 45 days. Simple, I want to delete it now because I want to go exclusive on other site asap! I know about contract bla bla, that we agree with terms who say that need to wait 45 days BUT also support say that they have a right to sell image who we already sell here on site (they are still available to buyers who already bought it...something like that) ?! is this even legal ?! I also find some post on internet that some people who delete account on Alamy aft
  10. What is "exclusive to Alamy" ? I have often wondered. Many of my images are exclusive to Alamy (apart from my own website that is) and I don't upload to other agencies anymore. BUT what are the advantages of me submitting them as "exclusive to Alamy" ? I figure if I submit as exclusive then I take away my ability, in the future, to offer them by other means. Are there any advantages to an image being "exclusive to Alamy" over other images?
  11. Hello Alamy, I see there is still confusion between contributors what RM-E means. Also on the guidelines there is not a right description. Some of us think that this mean that the images can be only available on Alamy but been purchased by many buyers. Others think that as soon some buyer purchase it the photo will be not available under that license anymore until the licensing time finished. Maybe it is good to describe it on the guidelines, Forum or Blog so that it is clear for everybody. Thanks. Mirco
  12. I thought I knew the answer to this question but I got confused today: If I sell my photo as Right Managed Exclusive do I have to delete that image for this period while license expires or not? Same question also for only Rights Managed. Please tell me where to look for this answer or tell me yoursef if you are familiar with this situation. Thanks in advance.
  13. I realise this is similar to another thread on here, but I would like to see an exclusivity box for Live News uploads. The implications are quite obvious and would be beneficial to both Alamy and the relevant contributors. Any thoughts on this would be appreciated... especially from Alamy
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