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Many quantities of images représeantant of thehistoric buildings, are presented in free rights.
However they should be in Leading
For France, examples) castles, the tower Eiffel(the night) and many other Monuments
These images are private and commerciallyprohibited. They can beings sold only in Leading

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Here is Alamy's explanation of Rights Managed versus Royalty Free.

Understanding stock image licensing

As a photographer you retain the copyright. Alamy just licenses your stock images for customers to use.

There are two image license types you can choose from:

    RM stands for Rights Managed. With this license, the customer only pays for what they’re using the image for. Rights Managed licenses can define how, where, when or for how long an image is being used.
    RF stands for Royalty Free. Customers pay a one–off fee to use the image with no restrictions on how they use it, or how long they use it for. RF images can be used across multiple projects, forever.

Our customers are increasingly asking for broader rights so we’d recommend selling your images as RF but the decision is yours. You can choose a different stock photo license for each image you upload, but we suggest not giving the same or very similar looking images different licence types.

If images contain people or property they need to have the right releases to be sold for commercial use.

If you choose to sell all your images under one license type, you can set a default by clicking the cog button in Alamy Image Manager.

 

I ran it through Google translate so don't blame me if its not understandable.  Photos of the those castles and the Eiffel Tower would have to be sold as editorial use only and not for commercial use, it is possible that the purchaser could obtain releases at a later date for certain photos.  Editorial use would include things like newspaper and magazine articles, textbooks, private use, internal corporate use, travel brouchures. 

 

 
Comprendre les licences d'images stockées

En tant que photographe, vous conservez le droit d'auteur. Alamy vient d'autoriser vos images stockées pour les clients.

Il existe deux types de licences d'images dont vous pouvez choisir:

    RM signifie Rights Managed. Avec cette licence, le client ne paie que ce dont ils utilisent l'image. Les licences de droits gérés peuvent définir comment, quand, quand ou pour combien de temps une image est utilisée.
    RF signifie Libre de droits. Les clients paient une redevance unique pour utiliser l'image sans restrictions sur la façon dont elles l'utilisent ou pour la durée de leur utilisation. Les images RF peuvent être utilisées à travers de multiples projets pour toujours.

Nos clients demandent de plus en plus de droits plus larges, alors nous recommandons de vendre vos images comme RF, mais la décision est à vous. Vous pouvez choisir une autre licence de stock photo pour chaque image que vous téléchargez, mais nous vous suggérons de ne pas donner les mêmes images de recherche similaires ou très similaires différents types de licences.

Si les images contiennent des personnes ou des biens, elles doivent avoir les bonnes versions à vendre à des fins commerciales.

Si vous choisissez de vendre toutes vos images sous un seul type de licence, vous pouvez définir une valeur par défaut en cliquant sur le bouton cog sur Alamy Image Manager.
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6 hours ago, Jacky D said:

Many quantities of images représeantant of thehistoric buildings, are presented in free rights.
However they should be in Leading
For France, examples) castles, the tower Eiffel(the night) and many other Monuments
These images are private and commerciallyprohibited. They can beings sold only in Leading

I don't understand "free rights" or "leading".

However, the restrictions only apply in France. You will see many images of the Eiffel Tower illuminations on Alamy. Alamy will only intervene if a rights holder complains.

"Eiffel tower" 55,731 results.

"Eiffel tower night" 9,148. None is property released or editorial restricted that I can see.

Most other European countries except Italy have freedom of panorama. You have a number of such images yourself listed without restrictions.

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