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Coachella Music Festival photo from Alamy Live News but sold later as Stock to BBC for $$.

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Single company - multiple use editorial only

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Letaba Rest Camp, Kruger National Park, South Africa

Industry Sector: Media, design & publishing 

UK

Mid $$

 

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Forgive me for posting two, but they are a pair.

Afew more pennies from Heaven, I mean Slovenia......

Gijón, Asturias, model of the Roman baths

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Revillagigedo Palace

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OH is the blonde in the pink trousers.

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Udvar-Hazy Air and Space Museum.  Editorial web use for mid $$

 

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High $$ at 50% exclusive to Alamy commission.

Editorial royalty-free    Usage: Single company - multiple use editorial only.

Glad I scanned all of those old Kodachromes. This is an image that never really dates itself. 200mm handheld braced against a convenient light pole.

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On 16/05/2019 at 02:00, Alan Beastall said:

Same here gvallee. Sold through the German distributor for $$.

 

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Country: Germany
Usage: Consumer goods
Media: Puzzles
Print run: up to 1,000
Start: 01 April 2019
End: 01 April 2022

 

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This would make a great puzzle!!!

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PU.

The camera worked afterwards as well, I got £66 for it on ebay.

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A weekend PU sale (high $)

 

This lovely lady is apparently the Roman goddess of plenty ... a touch of irony there perhaps. 😉

 

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Royalty-free mid$$ each image 50% exclusive to Alamy commission.

 

Usage: Single company - multiple use editorial only Editorial print + digital use.

 

Both images were zoomed.

 

I was assigned to illustrate this subject by a book publisher way back in 1968. As more and more information and specialized software became available over the years, I redid it as a stock image multiple times.

 

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They also purchased my illustration of the South Pole.

 

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Personal Use.. I can believe this one might be a valid personal use.

 

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A Nigel Farage In Brentwood picture used in The Times Online $

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22 minutes ago, IanDavidson said:

A Nigel Farage In Brentwood picture used in The Times Online 

 

Good result, but careful what you post this time of day, I nearly spat coffee all over my desk.

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On 24/05/2019 at 20:21, Bill Brooks said:

High $$ at 50% exclusive to Alamy commission.

Editorial royalty-free    Usage: Single company - multiple use editorial only.

Glad I scanned all of those old Kodachromes. This is an image that never really dates itself. 200mm handheld braced against a convenient light pole.

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This has reminded me of the question I asked myself of whether it was safe to upload any Disney photos. First I decided not, then I decided some hotel and entrance might be OK, now I'm considering going the whole hog (mouse?). I'm guessing you've had no threats of removal?

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On 24/05/2019 at 14:21, Bill Brooks said:

High $$ at 50% exclusive to Alamy commission.

Editorial royalty-free    Usage: Single company - multiple use editorial only.

Glad I scanned all of those old Kodachromes. This is an image that never really dates itself. 200mm handheld braced against a convenient light pole.

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This looks like the 70s, Bill. Am I right? The center guy’s haircut...longer sideburns on others...what looks like a silk-ish print shirt on the right, screams “disco years” to me. Or Sonny and Cher days. Wonder what kind of camera is hanging from the neck of the silk-shirt guy? Polaroid? Surely not in that venue.

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Country: Australia ; Usage: Editorial ;  Media: Magazine - print, digital and electronic ;  Print run: up to 2 million 

 

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A few sales in today. Two I knew about already, but not this one. Editorial one time use. $24

Edit: 16 sales showed up today.

 

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Used in a Daily Mail story covering an 'Airprox' with a drone

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On 01/05/2019 at 12:26, Avpics said:

Having seen five live news images on 'MSM' from the London Marathon on Sunday I'm now finishing off the large number of images taken for stock. I find shots taken at these events have 'legs' and sell for years afterwards, but unusual to have one reported so soon, even though it's just a PU it's still jam.

 

 

 

If the values that have come through are correct, which seems likely, then the roles are reversed. Live News is a few pennies of dripping on top of the PU bread.

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"Country: Worldwide ; Usage: Editorial ;  Media: Editorial website ;  Start: 08-April-2019 ; End: 08-April-2024 ; 
   Additional Details: One use in a single editorial article used within the digital versions of a single publication. Digital usage includes archive rights for the lifetime of the article."
Tiny $, sign of the times.

 

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20 hours ago, Avpics said:

This has reminded me of the question I asked myself of whether it was safe to upload any Disney photos. First I decided not, then I decided some hotel and entrance might be OK, now I'm considering going the whole hog (mouse?). I'm guessing you've had no threats of removal?

 

Here is my position on this burning confusing issue.

 

If people or property, like Disney, are featured in your image and you do not have releases, then go to the optional page in Alamy Image Manager. Check the "sell for editorial only" box, if the image is either RF or RM 

 

You need releases to sell a RM or RF image, featuring people or property, for anything other than editorial.

 

However I am not a lawyer and the business legality of releases  changes over time.

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