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Looking over river Witham from the Viking way towards Washingborough Lincolnshire June 2020

 

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PU  Worldwide  low $$.
 
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Country: Worldwide ; Usage: Editorial ;  Media: Editorial website ;  Industry Sector: Media, design & publishing ;  Start: 04-December-2020 ; End: 04-December-2025 ;
Additional Details: One use in a single editorial or advertorial article used within web versions of titles from the same group. Digital usage includes archive rights for the lifetime of the article. Country: United Kingdom $

 

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I'm hoping there's still more live news sales recorded of these, otherwise I've got a lot of chasing up to do.

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3 hours ago, gvallee said:

UK Newspaper

I recently rejoined the UKNS and was surprised that it sold for $16. It used to be around $5. Anyone else?

The lower fee is usually web only, but that doesn't seem to apply to yours I've just had a $16, print and web, presumably the same paper.

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11 minutes ago, spacecadet said:

The lower fee is usually web only, but that doesn't seem to apply to yours I've just had a $16, print and web, presumably the same paper.

 

Ok thanks.

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26 minutes ago, Avpics said:

It varies greatly, presumably based on print run or individual agreements.

 

Thank you.

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https://c7.alamy.com/comp/EBFBW8/hundreds-of-fund-raisers-dressed-as-santas-cycled-and-ran-in-the-annual-EBFBW8.jpg

 

Thought that it was going to be a dead month, but this Daily Mail usage that I reported last month in 'Images Found' just popped up. Only my second or third to UK News under the UKNS no-opt-out. $$ Boom-boom!

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2 hours ago, Avpics said:

Country: Worldwide ; Usage: Editorial ;  Media: Editorial website ;  Industry Sector: Media, design & publishing ;  Start: 04-December-2020 ; End: 04-December-2025 ;
Additional Details: One use in a single editorial or advertorial article used within web versions of titles from the same group. Digital usage includes archive rights for the lifetime of the article. Country: United Kingdom $

 

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I'm hoping there's still more live news sales recorded of these, otherwise I've got a lot of chasing up to do.

 

He doesn't half get around. Which paper?

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15 minutes ago, Cal said:

 

He doesn't half get around. Which paper?

Can't tell from that info. A number of the red tops used them 'live' with others following on. This is licenced from 4 Dec, so presumably taken from stock, and GIS brings up four pages from this image alone. Copytrack has found a large number of uses of which many will be scraped, so making for a right job to sort the legal from the not.

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8 hours ago, MandyD said:

I sold 2 of the chucks today.

MandyD, you're back! It's been a while, I trust all is well with you.

Those chuckwagon race photos have been a good seller for me over the years. Probably less than a dozen or so.

It was always a good time at the races. I loved the thunder of those horse hooves as they came around that corner.

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https://c7.alamy.com/comp/J4AB5Y/cathedral-interior-malaga-spain-la-santa-iglesia-catedral-basilica-J4AB5Y.jpg

OK so strictly speaking this is not a sale, but actually a refund. It had sold December 6 as a low $$ Personal Use.

I guess the client was disappointed that he/she did not get the whole Malaga Cathedral for that sum.

The image was a first test with the cheap 28-70 Sony kit lens, which I cannot recommend enough. Especially when you find one for $99.

 

Today's sale was the same Hauptplatz

LInz Main Square Hauptplatz with Plague Column Pestsäule or Dreifaltigkeitssäule Holy Trinity Column. Linz Austria - Stock Image

with Plague Column in Linz, Austria, that sold for the first time last week. This time mid $$

 

wim

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One of my few panoramic shots sold - yesterday - Only low $$

 

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Interior of the NRG Stadium during the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo; Houston, Texas

 

Kumar

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5 hours ago, wiskerke said:

https://c7.alamy.com/comp/J4AB5Y/cathedral-interior-malaga-spain-la-santa-iglesia-catedral-basilica-J4AB5Y.jpg

OK so strictly speaking this is not a sale, but actually a refund. It had sold December 6 as a low $$ Personal Use.

I guess the client was disappointed that he/she did not get the whole Malaga Cathedral for that sum.

The image was a first test with the cheap 28-70 Sony kit lens, which I cannot recommend enough. Especially when you find one for $99.

 

Today's sale was the same Hauptplatz

http://c7.alamy.com/thumbs/4/A0594450-2832-440A-97FB-7B7B4512647E/TT23ND.jpg

with Plague Column in Linz, Austria, that sold for the first time last week. This time mid $$

 

wim

 

My 2021 kicked off with a Dec. PU sale refund as well. I have hundreds of images on Alamy taken with a cheap Sony 28-70 kit lens, which I stupidly sold. 😕

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18 hours ago, Rico said:

MandyD, you're back! It's been a while, I trust all is well with you.

Those chuckwagon race photos have been a good seller for me over the years. Probably less than a dozen or so.

It was always a good time at the races. I loved the thunder of those horse hooves as they came around that corner.

Long long story...spine completely collapsed and a whirlwind that ensued afterwards. 5 major life events in one year including losing my Dad and oh ya, that's not even counting the pandemic....finding strength in the fact that I will never have to live through that again.

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Had this single use editorial drop in this morning... A pretty good sum for The Sun.

 

Birmingham, West Midlands, UK. 2nd December 2020. After 27 days of lockdown, shops throughout the country have been allowed to reopen to the public. The country has been reintroduced to the three-tier system of local lockdown measures. As such, certain sectors such as the hospitality industry are facing tougher restrictions, with pubs in tier two areas only allowed to serve alcohol alongside a 'substantial meal', and in tier three only open for takeaways. Wales sees an alcohol ban in pubs and a closing time of 6PM. Credit: Ryan Underwood/Alamy Live News Stock Photo

2DEXAB7

Country: Worldwide
Usage: Editorial
Media: Editorial website
Industry sector: Media, design & publishing
Image Size: Any size
Start: 02 December 2020
End: 02 December 2025
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.
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Licenced several times now, in books, magazines, newspapers.

This time for UK newspaper print & online use.

Berney Arms railway station in Norfolk, UK . June 2006 Stock Photo

 

 

 

Berney Arms railway station in Norfolk, UK . June 2006

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2 hours ago, RyanU said:

Had this single use editorial drop in this morning... A pretty good sum for The Sun.

 

Birmingham, West Midlands, UK. 2nd December 2020. After 27 days of lockdown, shops throughout the country have been allowed to reopen to the public. The country has been reintroduced to the three-tier system of local lockdown measures. As such, certain sectors such as the hospitality industry are facing tougher restrictions, with pubs in tier two areas only allowed to serve alcohol alongside a 'substantial meal', and in tier three only open for takeaways. Wales sees an alcohol ban in pubs and a closing time of 6PM. Credit: Ryan Underwood/Alamy Live News Stock Photo

2DEXAB7

Country: Worldwide
Usage: Editorial
Media: Editorial website
Industry sector: Media, design & publishing
Image Size: Any size
Start: 02 December 2020
End: 02 December 2025
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.
 

 

Pls don't show prices use $$ instead

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10 minutes ago, Steve Hyde said:

Some Gloucestershire Old Spot piglets for low $$

 

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I'll take two please. Delivery address to follow.🙂

 

Allan

 

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