Phil Robinson Posted October 29, 2015 Share Posted October 29, 2015 I've just done a search for 'Teresa May' and found a pic of Harriet Harman, incorrectly captioned. Part of me thinks this a good thing as my correctly captioned pics of Harriet Harman stand a (marginally) better chance of selling, but on the other hand it doesn't give a very good impression of Alamy's captions, which might damage its reputation and sales for all of us. Natural history subjects are an area of particular concern with so many wrongly-captioned images. If I were a buyer looking for insect pictures, I wouldn't start with Alamy. Would it be good to have a system of reporting such finds so they can be corrected - either by Alamy or directly by the photographer? I know we can IM the photographer concerned, if they use the forum, but that takes time and there's no guarantee they'll get the message. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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