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mickfly posted a topic in Stock photography discussion and contributor experienceA strange day today. I was out this lunchtime taking pictures of local people sledging and playing in the snow for the live news feed and didn't have any problems. An hour later my missus pointed out a picture making the rounds on Facebook which looked like me (but with more hair) and holding the camera badly, taken literally around the corner from my house, of a man taking pictures in the snow. This man was probably a paedophile and needed a good kicking said many of the commenters as they happilly shared it over 300 times. I commented and tried to educate them that, wether they l
Hi there, Just thought I'd say hello. I've been a professional photographer for over 30 years, but just started submitting to Alamy. I did register a few years ago but never seemed to get around to it. Hey ho.. Over the years I've worked in various areas, from Industrial & Commercial, Social, Medical, Forensic, Press & PR, to Video Production, Senior Staff Photographer at The Evening Times/Herald/Sunday Herald and Deputy Picture Editor at The Evening Times. I went freelance 8 years ago, mainly covering Press & PR. You'll see some of my pics here..
The British Press Photographers Association (BPPA) is offering members and non-members the chance to take part in a series of half day workshops which will be focused on making the most of Camera Bits software to select , caption and send your images out to the picture desks in a fast and efficient way using Photo Mechanic. If you shoot Live News this will be a very useful workshop (in London)... take a look at details and registration here...