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Seems Australia is in Demand

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Just took a look at the Alamy Blog and have discovered, for 2018 at least, Australia will be in high demand for travel images.  Take a look at the list:

Australia

Victoria

  • Heathcote
  • Sandy Point
  • Swan Bay

Western Australia

  • Como
  • Kimberley
  • Perth (Marina and Rottnest)
  • Tanilba Bay and Taylors Beach
  • Kings Park and Botanical Garden
  • The Swan River
  • Matilda Bay
  • Fremantle

New South Wales

  • Sutherland Shire
  • Heatherbrae
  • Port Stephens
  • Alfords Point
  • Anna Bay
  • Bangor
  • Barden Ridge
  • Boat Harbour
  • Bonnet Bay
  • Bundeena
  • Burraneer
  • Caringbah and Caringbah South
  • Corlette
  • Cronulla
  • Dolans Bay
  • Engadine
  • Fingal Bay
  • Fishermans Bay
  • Grays Point
  • Greenhills Beach
  • Gymea and Gymea Bay
  • Illawong
  • Jannali
  • Kareela
  • Karuah
  • Kirrawee
  • Kurnel
  • Lemon Tree Passage
  • Lilli Pilli
  • Loftus
  • Lucas Heights
  • Maianbar
  • Mallabul
  • Menai
  • Miranda
  • Nelson Bay
  • One Mile
  • Oyster Bay
  • Port Hacking
  • Salamander Bay
  • Shoal Bay
  • Soldiers Point
  • Sutherland
  • Sylvania and Sylvania Waters
  • Tanilba Bay and Taylors Beach
  • Taren Point
  • Waterfall
  • Woolooware
  • Woronora and Woronora Heights
  • Yarrawarrah
  • Yowie Bay

Other Australian territories

  • Norfolk Island

@gvallee it looks like a very good year ahead for you and the other Aussie shooters.  :)  Sadly, nothing to note about south central Alabama.  LOL

 

Rick

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Not at all,  they want more coverage of essentially one area of Sydney and have listed every single suburb, not evenly remotely travel related for most of the places. No demand at all from customers.

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39 minutes ago, Tannachy said:

Not at all,  they want more coverage of essentially one area of Sydney and have listed every single suburb, not evenly remotely travel related for most of the places. No demand at all from customers.

 

Seems odd to name these areas if there is no demand from customers.

 

Rick

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Shame that I just moved to Queensland. No mention...

 

Gen

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22 hours ago, Rick Lewis said:

 

Seems odd to name these areas if there is no demand from customers.

 

Rick

 I asked as I'm in Sydney, but they just want coverage of those areas. 

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I added 2000 images of Australia this year to Alamy, but none of them come under Alamy's desired bullet points.  :(

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25 minutes ago, Foreign Export said:

Im always pretty sceptical of these lists - not convinced there is a genuine buyer demand

 

The Amsterdam requests from the same list in that blogpost are a case in point.

 

Someone today brought to my mind that it's the exact copy of a request list on one of Alamy's competitors. A list that's roughly a year old. By coincidence we know who the client was. Now it may well be that this client sent in just the exact same list to Alamy. But the article has appeared in April/May this year and one of the restaurants has since closed.

(Great story about a vegan restaurant that did some really good -vegan?-cheese dishes, so lots of non-vegan people came; nobody eats their vegaburger; they take it off the menu and add one or two items with meat. Huge outcry! - now it's a fondue place.)

Oh and Taaet = Taart which is cake.

 

If you are in the neighborhood of that Javastraat, by all means do go there, because it is a great street.

Very multi-cultural Amsterdam. Which by the way is a genuinely good image request for Amsterdam.

 

wim

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