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29/09/2019, Observer [Review section], p26, 23andMe saliva sample kit, DRTN9T, David Bro/ZUMA PRESS INC
29/09/2019, Observer [Magazine], p40, autumn at Stourhead, T34GBN, ALAN MORGAN PHOTOGRAPHY [Alamy credit only]
29/09/2019, Observer [Magazine], p40, robin, AG41N1, Tim Gainey [Alamy credit only]
29/09/2019, Observer [Magazine], p42, Mercato Centrale indoor market in Florence, EYCBB6, Bailey-Cooper Photography [Alamy credit only]
29/09/2019, Observer [Magazine], p43, Ponte Santa Trinita in Florence, CTF6PM, Jeffrey Blackler [Alamy credit only]
29/09/2019, Observer [Magazine], p43, St Catherine of Sienna de Ricci, JGETHD, Peter Horree [Alamy credit only]
29/09/2019, Observer, p12, Tahiti, credited to Alamy but I can't find it
29/09/2019, Observer, p16, illustration from A Christmas Carol, credited to Alamy but too many similar
29/09/2019, Observer, p29, 'Mind The Gap' tube sign, KYW7A3, RichSTOCK [No credit - poss not via Alamy]
29/09/2019, Observer, p30, Rubber Soul, AX6M25, Pictorial Press Ltd [Alamy credit only]
29/09/2019, Observer, p46, yew in Church Preen churchyard, KJB25M, MH Country [Alamy credit only]
29/09/2019, Observer, p47, yew at Stow-on-the-Wold, JHEX8T, Stuart Black [Alamy credit only]
29/09/2019, Observer, p56, jets taking off from Gatwick, AM1G4F, Roger Bamber [No credit - poss not via Alamy]
29/09/2019, Observer, p57, baby on aircraft seat, MC20G1, Tatyana Tomsickova [Alamy credit only]
29/09/2019, Observer, p60, London Routemaster bus, CNBNJ4, Justin Kase ztwoz [Cutout & cropped. Alamy credit only]
29/09/2019, Observer, p69, pig in the New Forest, F6Y619, Joana Kruse [No credit - poss not via Alamy]

 

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28/09/2019 Daily Mail Weekend (print)

Apple Charlotte dessert. C8B31P Image Professional

Jar of home made spiced plum chutney with fruit and spices surrounding. E7D774 Brian Rogers

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Guardian Online  
30.09.19

https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2019/sep/30/dublin-ireland-locals-guide-moli-literature-museums-pubs-restaurants
GE3A51 travelib  Dublin Castle, elevated view of Dubhlinn Gardens from Chester Beatty Library Roof Garden
B1R4XH Design Pics Inc/Stock Image Collectors  Dublin Traditional Pubs, Nearys, Chatham Street
KXDY8N dbimages/Allen Brown Marsh's Library, Dublin

 

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You’re welcome John Sosna

 

Thanks for spot Steve Nigel
27/09/2019, Guardian, p45, older couple looking in estate agent's window, DH4RKB, PURPLE MARBLES

 

https://www.theguardian.com/money/2019/sep/30/mysell-house-to-a-friend-care-home
Ian Shaw   ELDERLY LADY HAPPY TEA CARER CARE ROOM HOME KINDNESS Happy elderly lady receives cup of tea from carer nurse companion in her light airy sitting room - Image ID: AWRHGJ

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Very welcome Nigel
Steve

 

30/09/2019, Guardian [Journal section], p4, banner at canary Wharf, BYBE90, Ashley Cooper pics [cropped to vertical]
30/09/2019, Guardian G2, p10, Philadelphia zoo, HYXKBW, Joel Sartore/National Geographic Image Collection

 

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https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2019/sep/28/gardens-drive-through-europe-inspiring-wildflowers-matt-collins
blickwinkel    common sainfoin (Onobrychis viciifolia), Country lane, Italy, Tuscany - Image ID: AJ6G2K
Brian & Sophia Fuller      Pasque Flower (Pulsatilla vulgaris), group in meadow - Image ID: C03TTK


https://www.theguardian.com/business/2019/sep/29/centrica-to-use-customers-hot-water-tanks-to-stop-blackouts
Simon Dack   British Gas smart meter showing consumption of electricity and gas used with domestic appliance a kettle in the kitchen - Image ID: F1B8E8

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29/09/2019 Mail On Sunday (print)

Terrace of the Sirenuse Hotel, Positano, Italy. D72RK3 Blaine Harrington III

Erythronium dens-canis, common name dog's tooth violet. J03NR3 Jose Okolo

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This has probably been asked before so I apologize ahead (can't find the answer):   How do you guys find images at all these places?   Naturally I know of google reverse image search,  or even simple google text <photographer or alias name> <alamy> search (i.e. "John Smith Alamy")   but are you using some other way as well?

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Windows 10 wallpaper-opening screen 9-30-2019

 

Mountains sunset landscape. Julian alps in Europe. Slovenia and Italy in a distance. Stock Photo

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30/09/2019 Daily Mail (print)

Stone statue of a discus thrower. A006DF Eureka

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23 minutes ago, Autumn Sky said:

This has probably been asked before so I apologize ahead (can't find the answer):   How do you guys find images at all these places?   Naturally I know of google reverse image search,  or even simple google text <photographer or alias name> <alamy> search (i.e. "John Smith Alamy")   but are you using some other way as well?

 

My finds are from print copies of newspapers or magazines. It's just a question of putting the appropriate keywords into the Alamy search engine and then scrolling through the results. Some are easy to find, others impossible.

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25 minutes ago, Autumn Sky said:

.....google reverse image search,  or even simple google text <photographer or alias name> <alamy> search (i.e. "John Smith Alamy")   but are you using some other way as well?

That's how these wonderful people accredit an image to a particular contributor, but step one is simply to see an image credited to Alamy in a newspaper, book etc

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1 hour ago, Avpics said:

That's how these wonderful people accredit an image to a particular contributor, but step one is simply to see an image credited to Alamy in a newspaper, book etc

Thank you;   I thought there was some other online method I was not aware off

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13 hours ago, jodyko said:

Windows 10 wallpaper-opening screen 9-30-2019

 

Mountains sunset landscape. Julian alps in Europe. Slovenia and Italy in a distance. Stock Photo

 

My Windows 10 image was different to that one! It was from G*%£&.

 

John.

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1 hour ago, Stokie said:

 

My Windows 10 image was different to that one! It was from G*%£&.

 

John.

 

I have two Desktops with Windows 10 and they rarely show the same password screen image at the same time.

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26/09/2019, Waitrose Weekend, p19, blue spirulina algae powder, TCM32W, vivoo [Alamy credit only]

 

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17 hours ago, davidhu said:

 

My finds are from print copies of newspapers or magazines. It's just a question of putting the appropriate keywords into the Alamy search engine and then scrolling through the results. Some are easy to find, others impossible.

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5 hours ago, Stokie said:

 

My Windows 10 image was different to that one! It was from G*%£&.

If I understand correctly then I think it probably varies by machine and user. If I "like" the wallpaper it will stay for a few days. If I'm "Not a fan" it will change on the next reboot. And yes many of mine are from other name restricted agencies.

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On 30/09/2019 at 20:01, Autumn Sky said:

This has probably been asked before so I apologize ahead (can't find the answer):   How do you guys find images at all these places?   Naturally I know of google reverse image search,  or even simple google text <photographer or alias name> <alamy> search (i.e. "John Smith Alamy")   but are you using some other way as well?

You can also install Tineye into your browser - another reverse search facility.
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