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I guess I'm on a roll for rock bottom sale amounts. Sold for $5.04. I pocket $2.52. It's a pretty clichéed, commonly available shot, unlike my other one that sold for less. Eighth sale for a port of less than 500 photos. Need the bragging rights, since I'm not getting paid. Recently zoomed, so once in a while a zoom does turn into a sale.

 

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2 hours ago, The Blinking Eye said:

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It's Culture Trip:  https://theculturetrip.com/north-america/usa/california/articles/best-hotels-in-the-castro-san-francisco/

 

I think I may have had one for one of my plants, but they must have just used it for a Zoom decoration.   

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mid $$

 

Dunchurch, near Warwick.

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On 09/11/2020 at 17:25, Chuck Nacke said:

Wow, Nice image and excellent scan.

 

No Date?

 

Chuck

Yeah, I was surprised myself how well this scan turned out. Not all of my slides/scans were suitable for upload.

It would have been photographed for the pre Olympic trials in about 1987 Calgary,

Sorry for the delay in replying, I haven't logged in for a while.

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Andalusian Contemporary Art Center (The Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo (CAAC)) Stock Photo

 

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I took this photo in the New Forest just last week, and I'm pretty sure it only went on sale last night, so was surprised to see that it sold today - just for $ though, website use.

 

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12 hours ago, MizBrown said:

 

It's Culture Trip:  https://theculturetrip.com/north-america/usa/california/articles/best-hotels-in-the-castro-san-francisco/

 

I think I may have had one for one of my plants, but they must have just used it for a Zoom decoration.   

 

Oh wow, THANK YOU!!! That's the first time I've ever seen one of my photos in use. How exciting. How did you find it?

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19 minutes ago, The Blinking Eye said:

 

Oh wow, THANK YOU!!! That's the first time I've ever seen one of my photos in use. How exciting. How did you find it?

 

I just went to The Culture Trip site, looked for San Francisco, and cruised through a bit before finding it in that section.   The price, another Alamy photographer reporting licensing to CT just above your post, and the description made it likely it was The Cultural Trip.  Given that they are a travel ticket selling site, they're probably hurting during this mess, but....

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4 minutes ago, MizBrown said:

 

I just went to The Culture Trip site, looked for San Francisco, and cruised through a bit before finding it in that section.   The price, another Alamy photographer reporting licensing to CT just above your post, and the description made it likely it was The Cultural Trip.  Given that they are a travel ticket selling site, they're probably hurting during this mess, but....

 

Aha. Thank you for doing that. It's really fun to see it in use nevertheless. Wahoo!!

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10 minutes ago, The Blinking Eye said:

 

 

Fantastic photos!!! Congratulations!

 

Thanks! My day is made 😍 My son and I went years ago before I even knew about Alamy, but I've always loved architecture photography. This is a building by I. M. Pei.

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1 minute ago, Lori Rider said:

 

Thanks! My day is made 😍 My son and I went years ago before I even knew about Alamy, but I've always loved architecture photography. This is a building by I. M. Pei.

 

You captured it well. Very exciting, worth every penny to them I'm sure.

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13 hours ago, MizBrown said:

 

It's Culture Trip:  https://theculturetrip.com/north-america/usa/california/articles/best-hotels-in-the-castro-san-francisco/

 

I think I may have had one for one of my plants, but they must have just used it for a Zoom decoration.   

 

 

50 minutes ago, The Blinking Eye said:

 

Aha. Thank you for doing that. It's really fun to see it in use nevertheless. Wahoo!!

 

$5 for CC is high😉

 

well done. 

 

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2 hours ago, VbFolly said:

I took this photo in the New Forest just last week, and I'm pretty sure it only went on sale last night, so was surprised to see that it sold today - just for $ though, website use.

 

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I only found this out last week, I guess you are aware but if not, apparently you need to apply and get permission from the Forestry Commission to take commercial photos in the New Forest.

Not sure what they would do about it but it might be wise to be careful.

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1 hour ago, Martin L said:

 

I only found this out last week, I guess you are aware but if not, apparently you need to apply and get permission from the Forestry Commission to take commercial photos in the New Forest.

Not sure what they would do about it but it might be wise to be careful.

I think that is probably just for commercial rather than editorial uses, but I'll check I've ticked all the appropriate boxes in AIM. There are tens of thousands of photos taken in the New Forest on Alamy!

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16 minutes ago, VbFolly said:

I think that is probably just for commercial rather than editorial uses, but I'll check I've ticked all the appropriate boxes in AIM. There are tens of thousands of photos taken in the New Forest on Alamy!

 

I phrased that wrong. On the website their 'commercial' means selling photos for profit, which therefore doesn't matter if it is commercial or editorial on Alamy.

It's up to you what you do with the photos or what anyone else does so ignore it if you want, I just thought it was worth letting you know that there are photographic restrictions in force.

i have looked into this as I only live down the road and is quite frustrating as I have yet to find the answer if permission is required just for big photo shoots with vans, models, lights etc or if it does include someone like me just taking photos for stock

 

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14 minutes ago, Martin L said:

 

I phrased that wrong. On the website their 'commercial' means selling photos for profit, which therefore doesn't matter if it is commercial or editorial on Alamy.

It's up to you what you do with the photos or what anyone else does so ignore it if you want, I just thought it was worth letting you know that there are photographic restrictions in force.

i have looked into this as I only live down the road and is quite frustrating as I have yet to find the answer if permission is required just for big photo shoots with vans, models, lights etc or if it does include someone like me just taking photos for stock

 

Thanks for flagging it up, Martin. I think the problem is that many organisations don't understand what stock photography is. They usually write their photography policies with just big commercial shoots in mind, and obviously it's fair enough that they charge for those. If you ask whether you can do stock photography, they usually don't have an answer, as they haven't considered it.

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Mid $$ popped today. was zoomed last month

 

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Making Illinois a country, probably an attempt of having their results removed from USA election!

 

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Getting almost 1 per day at the moment   mid $$ of Exeter Cathedral

 

Another older image reworked during lockdown

 

 

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