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Woman's Day - june 2013

 

p24 - CB4EME -  David Cook / blueshiftstudios - 1 button

 

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Mail Online 19th

 

 

A41FEN - SAV  DPW Department of Work and Pensions claim forms
BNWN4A - Chris Rout Woman using Facebook
C1Y5HH - Implementar Films cycling, bike, exercise, machine, at, gym, drink, drinking, rehydrate, rehydrating.
B4HCYN - PhotoThomasGrüner  Mid adult man running on landscape Trentino-Alto Adige Italy
B84HCD - David J. Green young woman looking at Facebook website on laptop computer
A0FHH6 - Rodger Tamblyn  View of Sharm El Sheikh at Naama Bay with the Sinai mountains in the distance
A0JG5R - the red house  neighbourhood watch sign
B0B5XJ - Duncan Hale-Sutton Rear view of a group of helmeted policemen during the Carnival for Full 
D41N9G - Anthony Brown  Lady justice on the top of the Old Bailey in London
    
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19/05/2013, UK, Observer, p8, Starbucks, C11HRT, Jeff Gilbert [Alamy credit only]
19/05/2013, UK, Observer, p19, Strawberries, BRW0FX, Zoonar/Photographer: Borodin`s [Alamy credit only]
19/05/2013, UK, Observer, p21, Central School of Speech & Drama, AWYFG4, Peter Cook [Alamy credit only]
19/05/2013, UK, Observer, p44, beach & hotels credited to Alamy that I can't find
19/05/2013, UK, Observer, p47, Tunisia, A7TNGB, GUIZIOU Franck / hemis.fr [No credit - poss not via Alamy]
19/05/2013, UK, Observer, p47, dates on tree, B1A72E, Valery Kraynov [No credit - poss not via Alamy]
19/05/2013, UK, Observer, p47 & p66 of Magazine, Tunisia, APEYMF, Idealink Photography [Alamy credit only]

 

Edit:  OK, the beach and hotels are A5AK5T by Johan Furusjö

 

Steve

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May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p5 & pp12-13, Glen Shee, AKPM9A, Mar Photographics
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p5 & p31, view from Hardknott castle, B3J5BM, Jason Friend Photography Ltd
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p5 & p54, view from Moel Arthur, BWWJ3G, McCoy Wynne
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p5 & pp76-77, Ridgeway, BBW6PD, PhotoMix
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p8, walking on IOW, A5GBM6, Patrick Eden
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p9, Hadrian's Wall, AN79RN, Holmes Garden Photos
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p11, Castleton Garland Day, ABF78B, CountryCollection - Homer Sykes
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p15, Juniper tree, A3G4W5, David Forster
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p18, 'Clean Me' message on beach, A9393J, Roger Bamber
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, pp28-29, Eskdale, CX57YR, Stewart Smith
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p29, Stanley Ghyll, AYGEJ9, Mark Owen
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p30, Lingcove Bridge, BMG774, ImageSelect
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p33, Hardknott Roman Fort, BK93XP, David Lyons
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p33, Ravenglass & Eskdale railway, D0NJWH, David Hunter
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p34, Osprey, A5K012, david tipling
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p34, Bluebells, BRG42C, eli pascall-willis
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p35, Great Langdale, CW4H5G, Stewart Smith
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p49, Herefordshire Beacon, BW2NJE, James Osmond
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p55, Offa's Dyke waymark, D3C976, Richard Iestyn Hughes
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p56, Castel Dinas Bran, A5JF83, mark sadlier
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p56, Eglwyseg mountain, D0Y90T, SIMON STAPLEY
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p57, Tintern Abbey, AGB56J, Michael Howell
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p59, Hatterrall Hill, BPHTTM, David Chapman
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p61, signpost in Wye Valley, CYBXY6, A ROOM WITH VIEWS
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p61, Llanfair Hill, B8W59T, Jim Saunders [Credit to The Photolibrary Wales/Alamy]
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p81, Roger Moore, A9Y78T, Pictorial Press
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p84, Hoopoe, BD5911, WILDLIFE GmbH
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p84, Aracena in Andalucia, B7A8X2, Jerónimo Alba
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p85, Peña de Arias Montano, B7AG1G, Jerónimo Alba
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p87, Aracena in Andalucia, C2GPK9, Norman and Leonor Barrett [Credit to LatitudeStock/Alamy]
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p88, Gruta de las Maravillas in Aracena, A16CXK, Melba Photo Agency
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p91, Longridge Fell, BP385R, steve harling
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p99, picture of Devil's Dyke credited to Sean Gladwell/Alamy that I can't find.
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p106, Devil's Dyke, BMG98G, Sean Gladwell
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p129, Eyemouth harbour, AP8GYM, Doug Houghton
May 2013 Issue, UK, Country Walking, p130, Eweleaze Farm campsite, BE4AB3 or BE5GD8 [identical], Howard Davies

 

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Camping and Caravanning June 2013 (All Alamy credit only)

BCW79B - imagebroker Rittener Berg mountain in Rosengarten, evening light, alpenglow
B77P4J - RGerhard Zwerger-Schoner Hiker sitting by the Lago di Antermoia mountain lake, Rosengarten

CF4MEX - Richard Bowden  Dawn sunlight on Southwold pier. Cropped, think it's this one!
BR9AY2 - Kenny Williamson The Victorian Winter Gardens attached to the People's Palace on Glasgow
C6CX7Y - Stephen Emerson  Penmon Point Lighthouse on the isle of Anglesey, Wales. Heavy crop and obscured by text - so not certain.
C832DJ - Nikreates 1912 Open topped London Bus, Beaulieu, New Forest
BPRJFK - chris warren Tenby Harbour Tenby Pembrokeshire Wales at twilight Another heavy crop, so can't be certain
CT9JPK - Karen van der Zijden  Bottlenose Dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) breaching, leaping in the Moray Firth
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I have found that a minority of contributors don't bother with the number of people in the image, so it occasionally pays not to use that feature when searching.

If you put that there are people in the image you need model releases even if the people are not identifiable, so people avoid it. It would benefit Alamy to introudce "How many people might be identifiable?" and ask for model releases only for those.

 

How would I get a model release for a 19th century portrait of Isaac Newton?

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A portrait isn't a person, and only the living need releases.

You'd need to mark it as 'no property release' unless you had one from the owner.

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I have found that a minority of contributors don't bother with the number of people in the image, so it occasionally pays not to use that feature when searching.

If you put that there are people in the image you need model releases even if the people are not identifiable, so people avoid it. It would benefit Alamy to introudce "How many people might be identifiable?" and ask for model releases only for those.

 

How would I get a model release for a 19th century portrait of Isaac Newton?

 

As I understand it, you don't need model releases for the people in your images if you are selling RM.  If there are living people in your images and you can't get the releases you have to sell RM. 

 

Point about Sir Isaac answered by Mark.

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21/5/2013, UK, Daily Telegraph, P21, Elmbridge signCTMJT4, Mick Sinclair, [Alamy credit] [cropped]


21/5/2013, UK, Daily Telegraph, Business, B4, Battersea power station at nightBBG4X1, Alex Holland, [Alamy credit]


21/5/2013, UK, Daily Telegraph, Business, B5, School bus CanadaANFNDJ, Barrett & MacKay [Alamy credit] [cropped]


21/5/2013, UK, Daily Telegraph, Business, B5, Network Rail British Rail Virgin voyagerC5079B, Mar Photographics, [Alamy credit] [cropped]


21/5/2013, UK, Daily Telegraph, Business, B5, Pedestrian warning sign, Bus Station, GlasgowC8KCFX, Kenny Williamson Glasgow, [Alamy credit] [cropped]

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Thanks a lot, Tim,

 

 

 

19/5/13, UK, Sunday Telegraph, Discover, T11,  The new covered market, Torvehallerne Copenhagen Denmark, C7CDT7, Niels Quist, [Alamy credit] [cropped]

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