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  1. Dear all, i would like to upload some old photos (some of them more than a century old!) but i don't know which requirements do i have to respect in order to avoid to be rejected. In particular i wolud like to know if there is a quality guideline and how to manage permissions and release form (how to behave when the subject is passed away long time ago and i don't know who his/her family members are?) and so on. Can you help me? Best regards Riccardo
  2. If you believe Wikipedia, stock photography either started with Getty and Corbis or way back in 1920 with H. Armstrong Roberts. Regardless of its true origin, it’s undisputed that Stock really took off in the 1980’s. Read more...
  3. I would like to have the ability to search my Sales Summary by Alamy number, my number, or a keyword so I can call up a entire sales history of an individual image, or a set of images. For instance total sales of all my images of Alberta, so I can better plan my travel.
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