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42 minutes ago, Cecile Marion said:

I really like the photo, Allan. However, the price is rotten to the core. 

 

Thank you for your comment on the photo Cecile.  I agree whole heartedly with your comment on the price paid.

 

The worst thing that Alamy did for their contributors was to sell out to PA.

 

Allan

 

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Low $$

 

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Usage: Presentation or newsletters, Use in a presentation/talk (eg,Powerpoint and Keynote) or in a newsletter.
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1 MB compressed
Start: 04 March 2022
Duration: In perpetuity

Boats of Fishermen on Mahabalipuram beach, Tamil Nadu, South India,Tamil Nadu, South India Stock Photo

 

Mid $$

 

Country: Worldwide
Usage: Editorial
Media: Book, print and/or e-book
Print run: up to 100,000
Placement: Inside
Image Size: 1 page
Start: 07 March 2022
End: 07 March 2032

The high line, urban park redeveloped from an abandoned elevated rail line in Chelsea, Manhattan New york city, NY / USA Stock Photo

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4 hours ago, Allan Bell said:

Oh well another sale this month.

Ceanothus Concha flowering shrub.

ceanothus-concha-flowering-shrub-2CD91J2.jpg
 
 

Country: Worldwide
Usage: Commercial electronic, Website, including online marketplaces such as Amazon and Ebay, social media and app use, any size, single placement and design, worldwide, in perpetuity.
Media: Website, app and social media
Industry sector: Media, design & publishing
Image Size: Any size
Start: 25 March 2022
End: 25 March 2027

 

Low $.cc  (Added .cc because it seems to make it look more than it is. At these rates I will soon be in the plastic grade.)

 

Allan

 

What a wonderful Ceanothus! Is it yours?

 

wim

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Chuck,

This is a test done entirely in Chrome:

W60TX8:

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Go to the Zoom or Sales page of your image.

> Open a new tab and drag the image to that new tab. Or just drag the image to an empty space on the tab bar. The result is the same.

In either case you now have a tab open in your browser with only the image in it.

> Right click on your image and choose Copy image address.

> Go to an active reply box on the forum.

> Click the Insert image from URL button. 

> Paste the copied link (or Ctrl-V / Cmd-V).

 

It will refuse any image that is not a https link.

If you use drag and drop, like with Firefox and in Jobs' time on any Apple, the image will appear in the box, but will be gone after clicking Submit Reply. Clearly part of a set of new safety features on this forum. Maybe dragging and dropping is unsafe nowadays.

 

wim

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Chuck,

This is a test done in Firefox:

T4RJYY:

https://c7.alamy.com/comp/T4RJYY/dorchester-massachusetts-usa-18th-april-2019-former-us-vice-president-and-possible-2020-democratic-presidential-candidate-joe-biden-speaking-to-over-1000-striking-grocery-store-workers-credit-chuck-nackealamy-live-news-T4RJYY.jpg

This is drag and drop.

 

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This is from insert image from URL.

 

Go to the Zoom or Sales page of your image.

> Open a new tab and drag the image to that new tab. Or just drag the image to an empty space on the tab bar. The result is the same.

In either case you now have a tab open in your browser with only the image in it.

 

Method one:

> Right click on your image and choose Copy Image Link.

> Go to an active reply box on the forum.

> Click the Insert image from URL button. 

> Paste the copied link (or Ctrl-V / Cmd-V).

 

Method two:

> Drag your image from the new tab to the tab with the forum and drop the image in the active reply box. (The reply box has o be activated before you arrive with your image to drop it. This is the same it always was.)

 

Now let's see if both methods look the same on the forum thread.

 

wim

 

Note: if you would drag the image directly from the zoom page, the dimensions are not fixed somehow, only the height. This is why you then have to click on the image and tick Keep original aspect ratio.

In Firefox when on right clicking an image you're met with a comment like here: Save preview image or elsewhere something like: Copyrighted image, don't copy, try holding the Shift key while right clicking. This usually bypasses the comment. (But not always.)

 

edit: here both methods are producing the image.

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Also Silicon Valley related:

 

palo-alto-hp-garage-birthplace-of-silico

However just a Presentation or newsletters. Actually in German: Verwendung in einer Präsentation/einem Vortrag. Direct, not a distributor. $$ -only just.

The garage where where Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard were tinkering in 1938-39. A pilgrimage site for tech geeks. The garage has been designated California Historical Landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Not open for public tours. But nicely restored.

 

wim

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2 hours ago, wiskerke said:

What a wonderful Ceanothus! Is it yours?

 

wim

 

Hi wim,

 

No it is not mine. Nor was it.  It was out next door neighbours when I was living In Cambridge. Yes it was a lovely bush and well worth photographing but not for these prices.

 

Allan

 

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2 hours ago, wiskerke said:

Chuck,

This is a test done in Firefox:

T4RJYY:

https://c7.alamy.com/comp/T4RJYY/dorchester-massachusetts-usa-18th-april-2019-former-us-vice-president-and-possible-2020-democratic-presidential-candidate-joe-biden-speaking-to-over-1000-striking-grocery-store-workers-credit-chuck-nackealamy-live-news-T4RJYY.jpg

This is drag and drop.

 

dorchester-massachusetts-usa-18th-april-

This is from insert image from URL.

 

Go to the Zoom or Sales page of your image.

> Open a new tab and drag the image to that new tab. Or just drag the image to an empty space on the tab bar. The result is the same.

In either case you now have a tab open in your browser with only the image in it.

 

Method one:

> Right click on your image and choose Copy Image Link.

> Go to an active reply box on the forum.

> Click the Insert image from URL button. 

> Paste the copied link (or Ctrl-V / Cmd-V).

 

Method two:

> Drag your image from the new tab to the tab with the forum and drop the image in the active reply box. (The reply box has o be activated before you arrive with your image to drop it. This is the same it always was.)

 

Now let's see if both methods look the same on the forum thread.

 

wim

 

Note: if you would drag the image directly from the zoom page, the dimensions are not fixed somehow, only the height. This is why you then have to click on the image and tick Keep original aspect ratio.

In Firefox when on right clicking an image you're met with a comment like here: Save preview image or elsewhere something like: Copyrighted image, don't copy, try holding the Shift key while right clicking. This usually bypasses the comment. (But not always.)

 

edit: here both methods are producing the image.

 

Hi wim, I do it a bit differently.

 

Open FF, pull page to left of screen, press "Command N" for new FF page and pull to right of screen. Open forum in page one and log in to forum go to thread open reply.

 

Go to page 2 open Alamy stock photos, go to image you want to share, click on image (brings up title above image), click and drag to page 1 "submit reply" release and press return to next line down.

 

Back to FF page 2 click on image to bring up larger image. Click and drag across to FF page 1 and drop in "submit reply" under Title.

 

Double left click on image to bring up the aspect ratio and click "Keep aspect ratio".

 

I have noticed that is necessary to edit the reply or you end up with extra spacing which is not needed.

 

Allan

 

 

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mid $. Submersible crane off the coast of Larnaca Cyprus.

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Usage: Editorial, Global Capital website, Emerging Markets Printed Magazine & Printed Supplements
Media: Magazine - print, digital and electronic
Start: 25 March 2022
Duration: Unlimited

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One of the best Gelateria in Rome.

Low $$ pays a double ice creams.

 

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Usage: Personal use, Stampe, cartoline e regali personali o materiale di ispirazione per artisti. Solo per uso non commerciale, vietata la rivendita.
Media: Non-commercial, one time, personal/home use
Start: 08 March 2022
Duration: In perpetuity

Giolitti Gelateria, Rome, Italy Stock Photo

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Rare Sunday sale for me also - and not PU

 

Country: Worldwide ; Usage: Website ;  Media: Website, app and social media ;  Start: 27-March-2022 ; Duration: In perpetuity ; 
 Additional Details: Use in a single website, app, social media or blog (excludes advertising), worldwide.

 

 

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Mid $$

 

Panoramic view of public beach with italian people, Gallipoli, Lecce, Italy

Country: Italy
Usage: Editorial
Media: Magazine - print, digital and electronic
Print run: up to 10,000
Placement: Inside
Image Size: 1 page
Start: 01 February 2022
Italy, Magazine - print, digital and electronic

Panoramic view of public beach with italian people, Gallipoli, Lecce, Italy Stock Photo

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Country: China ; Usage: Editorial ;  Media: Magazine - print, digital and electronic ;  Print run: up to 10,000 ;  Placement: Inside ;  Start: 01-November-2021 ;
   Additional Details: China, Magazine - print, digital and electronic,magazines and books

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RF Cents (now I have changed all my RF to RM.)

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Low $

This one sells several times but cheap.

 

Country: Worldwide
Usage: Editorial
Media: Editorial website
Industry sector: Travel & tourism
Image Size: Any size
Start: 21 March 2022
Duration: In perpetuity Editorial website and app multiple use, in perpetuity

 

Tulum ruinas Yucatan Peninsula Mexico Stock Photo

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13 minutes ago, Young said:

Low $

This one sells several times but cheap.

 

Country: Worldwide
Usage: Editorial
Media: Editorial website
Industry sector: Travel & tourism
Image Size: Any size
Start: 21 March 2022
Duration: In perpetuity Editorial website and app multiple use, in perpetuity

 

Tulum ruinas Yucatan Peninsula Mexico Stock Photo

 

 

Tulum?

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