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  1. I noticed the following comment by Alamy's sister company (the S-word) on Twitter yesterday at the end of a post extolling the virtues of street art photography; "Remember to tag your photos as editorial to avoid any copyright issues". This was seen as a big issue by Alamy a while back, and I was one of many members who had some photographs deleted. There was also guidance on what street art photos could be included (eg. as part of an overall scene) but I don't recall a recommendation to use the 'Editorial Only' button as some sort of magic wand for acceptability. Has anyone seen such advice from Alamy, or perhaps Alamy would care to comment? Many thanks, John.
  2. Thanks everyone who voted for my photograph in the Festivals challenge. For this challenge I'm choosing one of my favorite subjects, Street Art Please submit up to three images from your Alamy collection of art in the street or other outdoor areas. The contest will finish at midnight 31st July. EDIT: My concept is to show street art in public space and if photographers choose, to show how people and others interact with it, or how the work interacts with the space within it exists. Not so much to simply document someone else's work, or show art intended to hang on a wall that's been left out on the street. Here are some examples - Os Gemeos painting at the Houston Bowery Mural Olek crochets the Alamo French Artist JR installation "We Are All Immigrants"
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