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9 hours ago, Steve F said:

The post office is getting out of the broadband business and my account is being take over by a subsidiary of Shell (oil) !!?? 🤔

At least I sold an opportunistic shot! Low $$

 

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Did you intend for your address to be visible?

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4 minutes ago, Richard Baker said:

 

Did you intend for your address to be visible?

 

It's not my address :)

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Serbia, Editorial website; Bulk discount, flat rate

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HAF2XN.jpgHad Had                Had this come inHad this morning $195      my highest fee ever and whats more only 100meters from my front door!                                                                                                                                                           

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Not a PU, but a presentation. Same price.

This was before at the end of this street all those fences and barriers came up.

 

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This sale today takes me over my best monthly record ever in terms of number of sales.

Some of my recent sales seems to be very old ones, this one has been available on Alamy for 9 years.

 

Book to the UK - $$ (not a Presentation, yeah!!!!!)

 

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I was afraid April was going to be a big goose egg for me, but finally a sale dropped in. Low $$. The Hungry Tree at King's Inn Park in Dublin.

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Just received my 2nd sale, could someone please explain how to share the image with you on here ( sorry i'm sure this has been asked many times ). 

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1 minute ago, Jay D said:

Just received my 2nd sale, could someone please explain how to share the image with you on here ( sorry i'm sure this has been asked many times ). 

Separate a browser tab, go to the image's Alamy sales page (the one with the price panel), click on the image, drag and drop it in the message window. it's easier if you have twin monitors.

If you're happy with a smaller image, just zoom it up in Image Manager, then right-click on it, "copy image link" and paste into the message.

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1 minute ago, Jay D said:

Just received my 2nd sale, could someone please explain how to share the image with you on here ( sorry i'm sure this has been asked many times ). 

 

Hi Jason, congrats! You can drag the photo into a post from another browser window it's open in. But it will tend to look distorted when viewed on different size screens.

 

Best way is find your photo on Alamy. Click on the thumbnail so you're on the Alamy page selling that particular photo. Click on the photo so it expands to fill the page. Then, holding down shift on your keyboard, right click on the photo and select 'copy image link'. Go back to the Forum post you want to put the picture in. Click on the 'insert image from URL' button at the bottom of our post. Right click in the box that appears and paste the link. Done!

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Low $$

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Print run: up to 10,000
Placement: Inside
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Start: 01 March 2021
End: 01 March 2026
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Jeez what a faff...Anyway, my 2nd sale woohoo...Low $$ which impressive as i couldn't remember the location ;)

 

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1 hour ago, spacecadet said:

Separate a browser tab, go to the image's Alamy sales page (the one with the price panel), click on the image, drag and drop it in the message window. it's easier if you have twin monitors.

If you're happy with a smaller image, just zoom it up in Image Manager, then right-click on it, "copy image link" and paste into the message.

 

1 hour ago, Steve F said:

 

Hi Jason, congrats! You can drag the photo into a post from another browser window it's open in. But it will tend to look distorted when viewed on different size screens.

 

Best way is find your photo on Alamy. Click on the thumbnail so you're on the Alamy page selling that particular photo. Click on the photo so it expands to fill the page. Then, holding down shift on your keyboard, right click on the photo and select 'copy image link'. Go back to the Forum post you want to put the picture in. Click on the 'insert image from URL' button at the bottom of our post. Right click in the box that appears and paste the link. Done!

Steve

 

Thank you both, think i'm bugged...no right-click menu appears when over the image but finally found a work around...

 

Really appreciate your help, nice to be able to join in...onwards n upwards ;) 

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1 hour ago, Steve F said:

Click on the thumbnail so you're on the Alamy page selling that particular photo..........right click on the photo and select 'copy image link'.

Right-click is disabled on the sales page. That's why you have to drag and drop, as I said.

3 minutes ago, Jay D said:

no right-click menu appears

See above.

 

1 hour ago, Steve F said:

But it will tend to look distorted when viewed on different size screens.

Double-click on the image and tick "preserve aspect ratio".

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3 minutes ago, spacecadet said:

Right-click is disabled on the sales page. That's why you have to drag and drop, as I said.

See above.

 

Double-click on the image and tick "preserve aspect ratio".

 

I just tested. Right click works in Firefox (which I normally use), not in Chrome.

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Just now, spacecadet said:

Right-click is disabled on the sales page. That's why you have to drag and drop, as I said.

See above.

 

Double-click on the image and tick "preserve aspect ratio".

 

Yeh dragging and dropping directly wouldn't work and when right clicking no menu would appear but i found by dragging the expanded image into a blank menu bar the URL would pop up which i could then copy and paste. It worked so i'm chuffed, thank you :) 

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I don't usually follow this thread but today I have absolutely loved looking at everyone's ingenuity and contributions. Such an inspiring lots of peeps you are!

 

Low $ but sold last month for a decent whack!
 

Hampton Court Palace, England, UK Stock Photo

 

Much better $$$ - best $ so far this month! 🙂 
 

Goldman Sachs' Plumtree Court European headquarters building on Stonecutter Street, City of London, UK Stock Photo

 

Decent $$ - Tilbury is well worth a visit IMHO, lots to take pics of!

 

The exterior facade of the Odeon Covent Garden, London, UK Stock Photo

 

Another decent $$!

 

An Empire Windrush commemorative flag and plaque at the London Cruise Terminal at Tilbury Docks, Tilbury, Essex, Stock Photo

 

Happy with this one too good $$
 

Signage outside the London Stock Exchange coat of arms - My Word is My Bond (Dictum Meum Pactum), outside the LSE on Paternoster Row, London, EC4, UK Stock Photo

 

 

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