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  1. Hi all, I had this through today but when I looked at the current UK newspaper circulation figures the numbers bore no resemblance. Any idea what newspaper has a print run of 2 million? Country: United KingdomUsage: EditorialMedia: Newspaper - nationalPrint run: up to 2 million
  2. Is this as low as we can go - I have had some cheap sales but these take the biscuit - I have had 3 sales today all with the following details: Country: United KingdomUsage: EditorialMedia: Magazine - print, digital and electronicPrint run: up to 500,000Placement: InsideImage Size: 1 pageStart: 01 December 2018End: 01 December 2023Duration: 3 months. Any placement: Inside or cover. Full page - not sure where - it says placement: inside then lower down it says 3 months inside or cover. Magazine for five years, full page, so are these newspaper sales? I did think only personal use could have such a low price (all 3 for same price just over $6 each gross).
  3. Over the past year or two, I’ve been selling Live News and news-y sorts of photographs (royalty, politics, that sort of stuff). A lot of my sales detail newspapers and magazines, and as a student photographer, it would be awesome to buy (or at least SEE) copies of the newspapers and magazines that have used my photographs to keep cuttings for keepsake/ my portfolio. But I have no clue where to find them? When I emailed Alamy Contributors team about it a few months ago, they said they couldn’t tell me due to “client confidentiality”, which is slightly annoying given a national newspaper using an image publicly isn’t really...confidential? Does anyone have any clue how to find which papers/ magazines use your images? Here are a few notable images that have sold repeatedly to mags and papers: Royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle: https://www.alamy.com/image-details-popup.asp?Imageid=91BE56E4-AB5C-42BA-9CF2-7B29AF323FF0 Cast of new ITV show on set: https://www.alamy.com/image-details-popup.asp?Imageid=91BE56E4-AB5C-42BA-9CF2-7B29AF323FF0 Environment Secretary Michael Gove speech: https://www.alamy.com/image-details-popup.asp?Imageid=CDC1C660-CC58-4B39-A722-A9ACB0F01E74 Thank you, all!
  4. Apologies if this has been discussed recently, but I've not used the forum before. I've had a few sales of photos for placement in national newspapers over the years, but have only recently noticed the sharp decline in fees over a period of six years. Comparing sales of images with similar usage, i.e. national newspaper, 2 million print run, and 1/4 page size, the fees have been as follows: $63 in 2011; $22 in 2012; $12 in 2016; $9 in 2017. The latest of these sales equates to under £7, for which my share will be around £3.50! Considering that images are such an important part of newspapers, and that without them circulation figures would tumble, are photographers getting a fair deal? Are these poor fees from newspapers industry wide, or is Alamy selling us short? Does anyone else have any views on this, or would Alamy like to comment? Thanks for reading this.
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