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On 08/02/2021 at 08:13, Richard Baker said:

Marketing package - Large business, Use in marketing materials, worldwide for 5 years (excludes advertising). This package is for marketing campaigns promoting businesses which have more than 10 employees.

 

$xxx

 

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Aaand .. two-hundred flippin' quid refunded.

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47 minutes ago, Richard Baker said:

 

Aaand .. two-hundred flippin' quid refunded.

 

Gutted for you, but better now than months after it has cleared...?

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On 09/02/2021 at 20:35, PAL Media said:

@gvallee out of interest, what’s the equivalent of The Sun newspaper in Australia, he must surely have one?

Paul,

 

About nearly all of the press in Australia, is under one form or another, under the influence of Murdoch, so I would say that most of the newspaper industry in Australia is very low grade tabloid. Even the broadsheets who pretend to be better, in my personal opinion, doesn't fare much better. And I say that as someone who has worked with many of these publications in the past. I am in a totally different industry now, but I still remember some of the jobs I was sent to, and it does make me cringe... 

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Low $$ 

Country: Worldwide ; Usage: Commercial electronic ;  Media: Website, app and social media ;  Start: 10-February-2021 ; End: 10-February-2026 ;Additional Details: Websites, apps, social media and blogs (excludes advertising). Worldwide for 5 years.

 

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First sale of the month. Image was zoomed in December.  (should probably have cropped out dog on left side, but i liked it there)

 

Mid $$

Country: Worldwide ; Usage: Commercial electronic ;  Media: Website, app and social media ; 62.6 MB;5730 x 3820 pixels;2.0 MB compressed ;

Start: 10-February-2021 ; End: 10-February-2026 ; 
Additional Details: Websites, apps, social media and blogs (excludes advertising). Worldwide for 5 years.

 

probably pays for my food that day in Zurich on train stopover waiting for night train to Slovenia.  

 

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22 minutes ago, meanderingemu said:

should probably have cropped out dog on left side, but i liked it there

😀You should worry.

One of my best-sellers contains a small dog having a wee. I didn't notice it until I saw a DPS in a magazine.

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4 minutes ago, spacecadet said:

😀You should worry.

One of my best-sellers contains a small dog having a wee. I didn't notice it until I saw a DPS in a magazine.

 

 

ha!ha!  now i need to look at all my street scenes (you also have a contender if i ever do the monthly photo contest again "Distraction from main subject" 🙂  ) 

 

i remember working image and thinking dog OK, because i wanted the street activity feel, now i see picture again and think wow that really is distracting to the subject.  

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4 minutes ago, meanderingemu said:

 

 

ha!ha!  now i need to look at all my street scenes (you also have a contender if i ever do the monthly photo contest again "Distraction from main subject" 🙂  ) 

 

i remember working image and thinking dog OK, because i wanted the street activity feel, now i see picture again and think wow that really is distracting to the subject.  

The dog's fine. Streets have dogs. It's not having a wee.😄

Besides, perhaps it was bought because of the dog. I certainly wouldn't be changing it now.

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Country: Worldwide
Usage: Editorial, 550 images UK Based Websites & The House, Parliamentary, Civil Service World & Holyrood Magazines.
Media: Magazine - print, digital and electronic
Start: 09 February 2021
End: 09 February 2026

 

Not seen this before!  Low $

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1 minute ago, spacecadet said:

The dog's fine. Streets have dogs. It's not having a wee.😄

Besides, perhaps it was bought because of the dog. I certainly wouldn't be changing it now.

 

 

totally not changing it...  it's just sometimes interesting to see your edits from the past.    based on the 2 zooms i got from that shoot, they obviously wanted the street part....  

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Germany, Editorial, Travel guides lowish $$. Shot in 2006 when Ian was still doing commercial car photography. He was covering a classic car convention there. 

 

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On 09/02/2021 at 01:29, gvallee said:

 

Come on, do it!! Best country in the whole world. And I've travelled all over all my life. Super friendly happy people, terrific outdoor life, wildlife and landscapes. They are the blessed country. Sooo happy here.

 

I'd love to visit Planet Oz. Doubt that it will happen at this point, though, given my tenuous finances. However, I really enjoy your otherworldly landscapes and images of exotic wildlife, even the killer crocs and evil snakes like the ones rumoured to have been driven out of Ireland by St. Patrick. 😉

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Floating foliage of the water fern, Azolla filiculoides, with Spring bronzing

 

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"Country: Worldwide ; Usage: Presentation or newsletters ;  Start: 10-February-2021 ; End: 10-February-2026 ; 
   Additional Details: Verwendung in einer Präsentation/einem Vortrag (z. B. Powerpoint und Keynote) oder in einem Newsletter."
 

Presumably through the German office as it's a direct sale for just into $$

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5 hours ago, Sally R said:

I did something similar a week and a half ago Gen. I was walking at the end of a college campus in the northern suburbs of Perth. I had my Sony RX100 and was looking all around to see if there was anything interesting to photograph but not at the ground at all. My peripheral vision picked up something leap from in front of me to the side of the path. It was a dugite, one of the two main venomous snakes we have here (the other being the tiger snake). I was very lucky the snake got out of my way, as I was oblivious to it. Fortunately dugites are on the shy side and do their best to avoid you, but had my foot landed on it it might have been different.

 

I see a lot of dugites and tiger snakes when out on bushwalks and photographing birds at wetlands. Sometimes you see the tiger snakes swimming across the surface of a lake, such as Herdsman Lake which is quite close to the city. I've got quite calm with them now, when a few years back they they used to give me a fright.

 

There is a photographer here who does some amazing photos of reptiles, with venomous snakes being one of his favourites. This is his website in case it is of interest. He is a qualified snake handler who knows a lot about their behaviour, and so gets pretty up close and personal with them with wider rather than telephotos lenses. However, I think getting that close for photos is probably not a good idea for most people (you might not want to look at this Andy!)

https://rmrphotography.com.au/

 

 

Wow!! What an amazing portfolio! I love Australian reptiles, lizards, dragons, monitors. Some in the Red Centre are simply incredible. Quite unique. There is an excellent Reptile Centre in Alice Springs.

 

We used to do a lot of bushwalking, every weekend in fact. We've camped extensively in the wilderness, Amazingly, after all these years, we've only seen a handful of snakes. But birds galore!

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1 hour ago, John Mitchell said:

 

I'd love to visit Planet Oz. Doubt that it will happen at this point, though, given my tenuous finances. However, I really enjoy your otherworldly landscapes and images of exotic wildlife, even the killer crocs and evil snakes like the ones rumoured to have been driven out of Ireland by St. Patrick. 😉

 

I hope it will work out for you one day John. Oz is quite expensive, in addition to the international flights, you'd be likely to need internal flights as well. But never say never. I'd be happy to meet if you make it. Thank you for appreciating my pictures.

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Low $$ distro 

Country: Worldwide ; Usage: Editorial ;  Media: Editorial website ;  Industry Sector: General business services ;  Start: 01-January-2021 ; End: 01-January-2026 ; Additional Details: Japan

 

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