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1 minute ago, NYCat said:

I couldn't see which browser was being used. And maybe because I'm on a small screen with my MacBook Air I didn't see what you were doing at the top of the screen. It went pretty fast. Written out perhaps I would grasp it. I'm actually not unhappy with my method.

 

Paulette

I'm still getting to grips with the screen grabbing software

I have many tabs open on the top bar, all I did was click as if to reply on the forum, open the AIM tab, click the + sign on an image, drag it to the other tab and without letting go, wait for the tab to open and drag to forum window.

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Which browser? I've never succeeded in doing drag and drop to the forum in Safari.

 

Paulette

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Sorry this is firefox, however I have just tried it on my iphone and you can cut and paste the link into 'insert image from URL

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2AF3HY2.jpg

 

 

With safari from iPhone  

 

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1 minute ago, LawrensonPhoto said:

Sorry this is firefox, however I have just tried it on my iphone and you can cut and paste the link into 'insert image from URL

 

Thanks for your efforts. I don't plan to use my iPhone for this so will continue with my method in Safari.

 

Paulette

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Allan, if Paulette's way is working, you're good. I use drag and drop on Safari and it works. 

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Sold for Personal use to the US - low $$ (but more than the UK price I usually get!).

 

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5 hours ago, Michael Ventura said:

 

Thanks Betty,  I have been fortunate to have been an independent freelancer for the past 35 years shooting mostly for magazines.  Back in my 20s and 30s it was mostly travel related but now I shoot for 4 DC regional magazines and the assignments are ALL over the board in subject matter.  So I get some good access at times and the best thing, it never gets boring.  I just feel very lucky to still be working regularly.  I know you were being cheeky with your offer but kidding aside, I recently hired a young kid right out of college and boy it is great to have help on the shoots! And she doesn't even mind the super early morning shoots!! As long as I get her some good coffee and cover her lunches, she is complaint free!

How great for her, Michael. And you. Yes, I was being cheeky. If I were your assistant, you’d end up carrying my gear, lol. I’m no longer young and energetic, more’s the pity.

You have the perfect scenario.

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Another Bar Luce sale taken from a seated position. I'm going to start attracting comments from Australian photographers soon (Beijing Olympics joke).

 

Retail book. Editorial print + digital use. inside.One time use only, Discounted re-use

mid $$

 

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Wahoo, first sale of the month, finally! 😃

 

Bags for life from Tesco, Sainsbury, and Marks and Spencer. Concept - intention to reduce the use of single use plastic bags

Country: Worldwide. Usage: Single Company - Multiple editorial use only. Industry sector: Media, design & publishing
Low to mid $$

 

Bags for life from Tesco, Sainsbury, and Marks and Spencer. Concept - intention to reduce the use of single use plastic bags Stock Photo

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Sign to Polling Station during the UK General Election of 2010 Stock Photo

 

 

 

 

Country: Worldwide
Usage: Editorial web and social media, single article
Industry sector: Media, design & publishing
Start: 13 December 2019
Duration: Unlimited

 

Low $ but a small benefit from the election!

 

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A pupilar seller over the years:

Worldwide, Commercial electronic, Websites, apps, social media and blogs (excludes advertising). Worldwide for 5 years.

 

warm-orange-glow-of-two-caravan-campers-

 

 

 

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21 hours ago, LawrensonPhoto said:

2AF3HY2.jpg

 

 

With safari from iPhone  

 

 

I was looking for a Polling Station and Christmas picture around here to no avail . A couple of kids in Santa hats on their way to a carol event but not much else. All helpful telling the story of a Christmas election.

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4 minutes ago, Richard Baker said:

A pupilar seller over the years:

Worldwide, Commercial electronic, Websites, apps, social media and blogs (excludes advertising). Worldwide for 5 years.

 

warm-orange-glow-of-two-caravan-campers-

 

I saw this today on Twitter, it’s been used by Cold War Steve as a background. He bought one of mine recently and used it for his advent calendar.

 

 

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Ballater, Scotland - August 10th, 2017: Highland Dancers performing in competition during the 2017 Highland Games Stock Photo

 

 

 

 

Another PU, low $.

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Amazon Clicks and Mortar shop when it was open in Manchester, uk to help small sellers. 

Country: Worldwide   Usage: Presentation or newsletters, Use in a presentation/talk (eg,Powerpoint and Keynote) or in a newsletter.

 

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On 14/12/2019 at 15:37, ACC said:

 

 

Ooh, thanks for that. I'll head over and have a look at his timeline! 

 

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On 14/12/2019 at 15:37, ACC said:

 

 

I've just shared DMs with him and he's thinking of doing the same sort of thing as you (cards for Shelter) after buying further rights from Alamy. Thanks again for mentioning this.

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A repeat seller. 

US Magazine, high $$

 

Although it was taken in the Santa Claus Village in Lapland, someone should remind Santa of Alamy. I'm having a dreadful month...

 

Also, this image feels really weird right now. It's 44C where I am today, and 47C forecast for Thursday. It looks like we might beat temperature records of all time this week in Australia. Santa is going to sweat under his hat.

 

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Country: Worldwide ; Usage: Editorial ;  Media: Book, print and/or e-book ;  Print run: up to 1 million ;  Placement: Inside ;  Start: 01-January-2020 ; End: 01-January-2025 ;
Additional Details: Duration: 1year; Editorial use only. Includes in-context use on Guinness World Records websites/social media pages/videos/museums/attractions/posters at no extra cost.

Mid $$

lockheed-martin-lm100j-civilian-hercules-transport-plane-doing-aerobatics-at-the-farnborough-international-airshow-fia-2018-aerospace-trade-day-uk-P9WPWH.jpg

Shame about the weather, but it's not often you see such a large aircraft carrying out aerobatics

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Omar al-Bashir of Sudan, 2009. He's not not smiling now.

Worldwide Commercial electronic, Websites, apps, social media and blogs (excludes advertising). Worldwide for 5 years

 

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