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  1. I've found another image in usage in article without my (and other authors) name under the work. Bryan was so kind to answer: A requirement that is more honoured in the breach unfortunately. In my experience the Mail Online never provides the name of the photographer, don't think that the Telegraph does either, but they do normally cite the name of the agency. The Guardian and Times are a tad more punctilious. Here on Alamy terms (http://www.alamy.com/terms/uk.asp#General) we can read: 4. Credit and Copyright issues 4.2. Unless otherwise agreed in writing, if any Image/Video is reproduced by you for editorial purposes (i.e. for any non-promotional purpose) you must include the copyright / credit line "(Photographer’s or Agency’s name)/Alamy stock photo", or any other copyright / credit line specified by Alamy. If a copyright / credit line is omitted then an additional fee equal to one hundred percent (100%) of the original amount invoiced attributable to the Image/Video in question shall be payable by you. 4.3. Alamy’s copyright notice and Image/Video identification reference which appear in the Image/Video file must remain with your digital copy of the Image/Video at all times. You will retain the copyright notice, the name of Alamy and the respective artist, the respective Image/Video reference and any other information or metadata that is embedded in the electronic file that comprises any Image/Video which you have downloaded from the Website or otherwise received from Alamy. Failure to maintain the integrity of the copyright information will constitute a breach of this Agreement. Alamy, can you lighten and kindly explain how it actually looks like, what you do in these kind of cases? Is there anybody who cares and takes the consequences of breaking rules? Are we, authors, protected by your terms out there or only on the paper? Seriously asking - is it working? As we can see not giving artist name has became standard act. Anything changed in terms/ law? I'd appreciate your valuable comments.
  2. Till the past week I have been able to search the contributor forum by inserting by surname in the search box above. This enabled me to find sales, comments etc. No longer it seems, unless I am doing something wrong?? Thank you for any help with this, in advance and thank you to all those continuing to list found usages. Kathy
  3. Hi, I am new to this forum, so forgive me if this question has been answered elsewhere. I would like to know if the name of an image infuences QC? For example, I have some images that I have deliberately added a lot of noise to, and changed the colours, altering the hue. If I was to upload the image, I suspect it would just fail QC, but if I changed the name to 'noisey, grainy blue hue photo of buildings', for example, would the image be more likely to pass QC? Any advice on how to get 'these types' of image through QC is also welcome! Thanks
  4. I know you guys love ID challenges so I have something extremly hard today for you! I found it today on my floor (in Poland), in whole kitchen around (4 metres and more near my desk in room), but large group focused in one place at 1,5 metre, it's about 0,5cm long, brown/red with ecru color larva. Where did it come from, what is it?! Can I eat this?
  5. Searching for few days with no success. You're all my hope - does anybody know plants below? 1. E6W5GH and detail E6W5GJ (grows on beach of the lake) 2. E6W5GW and E6W5GX (grass general view and detail) 3. E6W5H3 and detail E6W5H1 4. Want to make sure if it's correct E6W5HG (google says it's edible and very expensive! I say it's beautiful.) All photos taken in Poland, Europe, warm August season. Any plants genius here?
  6. I've posted about this before, and somehow thought I'd read that this long-standing issue had been fixed. Looking at Measures this morning, I noticed I had two searches on Elizabeth Taylor, of whom I have no photos. On checking, they were photos of an athlete called Josh Taylor, and my first name is Elizabeth. When I mentioned this sort of thing before - usually in reference to my surname, which is a city name, I was told not to worry, it wouldn't affect my CTR as it happens to everyone. That's not the real point - which is surely showing potential buyers what they want to see, which in the above case was NOT my images. Can't author names be taken out of the general search, especially when 'broken up', as it is possible to search on contributor names in advanced search.
  7. I'm not sure if I need any MR or PR for images with graves. There are visible names and it belongs to known persons. Example: E0K4X6 (under indexation today). Any ideas appreciated
  8. Greetings, folks, I'm new here and have a question: Are Alamy keyword searches case sensitive? I hunted around the previous posts for the answer without success. Don Douglas
  9. When you bring a RAW/DNG file from Lightroom to CS, work on it and save it, it adds '-Edit' automatically to the original file name. Can you change this to a different word instead of 'Edit'? Sung
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