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Have you found any Alamy images December?

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4 minutes ago, LawrensonPhoto said:

Thanks for that, I always save a link and take a screen grab, but how do you prove the date in the picture?

It does give the date on the page, under the author's credit. Of course, one could change that in the HTML Photoshop, but hopefully it wouldn't come to the paper denying the usages.

 

When it came to getting all my unreported uses from the Muddle, they didn't deny all the uses. I had to send all the screenshots of all my found in-uses to Alamy, who checked them against sales, fed back to me which ones had already been reported and paid for (there was no way I could match them up, as the date reported doesn't always match the date actually used) and eventually I got paid the pennies for the rest.

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1 hour ago, vpics said:

 

Just had a look at your portfolio and found you found you have misspelled Piccadilly Circus. KF9CKX ;-)

 

 

Doh! Thanks for that Vpics - much appreciated.  Its not like it wasn't spelt out large enough in the photo :)
Steve

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2 hours ago, SShep said:

 

Thanks for finding that one Graham,

Steve

 

 

12/12/2017, UK, Guardian G2, p13, elderly woman walking on snow, BGHWA8, Brook Fabian [Cutout. Alamy credit only]

 

You are very welcome, Steve.

 

Graham

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11 hours ago, York Photographer said:

Alamy Photographs found in the Sun

 

https://www.thesun.co.uk/money/2158636/new-years-christmas-supermarket-opening-times-asda-tesco-sainsburys-morrisons-aldi-lidl/

 

Photographers: 

 

 AKP Photos 

 

Kevin Britland

 

John Keates 

 

Found by Rob Cook

 

 

 

Thanks Rob.

 

John.

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12/12/2017 Daily Mail (print)

View of Lynton, Devon - to go with an article about how trade is suffering following the closure of the last free ATM in the summer. B4DBGW Ed Pavelin

A clockwork toy car - to illustrate an article about how various medical ailments can make you a dangerous driver. BXMBMX Terry Mathews

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12 hours ago, gvallee said:

 

I just tried it and found it no problems. I right clicked on the image in the Guardian, Search Google with this image, scroll down the results to the bottom of the page. There are two results on Alamy, one horizontal and one vertical pic. 

 

Gen

Gen, You make it sound so easy. I'm going to have a go and see if I can replicate. 

BW, John

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13 hours ago, spacecadet said:

 

Search Alamy for "thriller jamie shaftesbury avenue". Yours are the only results.

Spacecadet - There was me thinking it was more sophisticated than that. I thought you could right click on the image on the Guardian site and then use reverse image search or Tin Eye image search to take you directly to the related photo on Alamy. My misunderstanding. Never mind. Thanks anyway.

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8 minutes ago, Jansos said:

Spacecadet - There was me thinking it was more sophisticated than that. I thought you could right click on the image on the Guardian site and then use reverse image search or Tin Eye image search to take you directly to the related photo on Alamy. My misunderstanding. Never mind. Thanks anyway.

 

There are many roads to Rome!

 

Google reverse image search commonly works very well. An EXIF viewer can also be very useful (on rare occasions even the image code is retained)! The browser's in-built tools can also work very well (right click; view image details or similar). Using your own ideas as to what the tags may be, then searching on Alamy can also be a great aid in improving one's own keywording skills. 

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Times 13th

 

EH9R8N   Kyoko Uchid  black garlic bulbs and cloves on white background

 

Business

 

CP74FN   eye35 Oakham town Buttercross Market square and spire of All Saints Church Rutland England UK GB EU Europe

D4YBK3  TW Photo Images  Photo Images    Medium sized truck delivering to a Tesco Express store in Bradley Stoke Bristol, March 2013

E9GPXH  Paul Quayle  Les Quatre Temps (Four Seasons) shopping centre at La Defense, commercial district of Paris

E5PGY7   Ian Trower  Zero Carbon Building, Kowloon Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China, Asia - possibly a crop of this, a few similar

 

Times 2

 

GETR9P    Loop Images/Julian Castle A red Ferrari parked outside boutique shops on Westbourne Grove in Notting Hill

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7 hours ago, Jansos said:

Spacecadet - There was me thinking it was more sophisticated than that. I thought you could right click on the image on the Guardian site and then use reverse image search or Tin Eye image search to take you directly to the related photo on Alamy. My misunderstanding. Never mind. Thanks anyway.

 

You can, as described above. Only it does not take you directly to Alamy, you have to click on the result corresponding to the Alamy hit.

Didn't it work for you?

 

Gen

 

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Guardian online 13th Dec

 

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2017/dec/12/woman-jailed-dangerous-dog-attacked-12-children-playground-northumberland

Newcastle crown court. Eyepix35/alamy

Image ID DXA7FW

 

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/dec/12/robin-snowy-christmas-card-reFd-breast-festive

European Robin in winter. Credit Alamy only

Photographer FLPA

Image ID CNJCCY

 

same page...

Redwing and Holly berries

Photographer FLPA

Image ID BWWTA0

Edited by Davey Towers
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12 hours ago, Jansos said:

Spacecadet - There was me thinking it was more sophisticated than that. I thought you could right click on the image on the Guardian site and then use reverse image search or Tin Eye image search to take you directly to the related photo on Alamy. My misunderstanding. Never mind. Thanks anyway.

I hadn't right clicked in this case but in fact that would have worked too. Google hasn't crawled every Alamy image but most of them are there.

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Guardian Online  13/12/17

https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2017/dec/13/utah-lesser-known-state-parks-wildernesses-us-road-trip

D7YWT0   Michele Falzone    USA, Utah, Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park, Near Zion Canyon
DAN7H0    Michele Falzone     USA, Utah, Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park, Near Zion Canyon
E4CJY1    Jim West   Escalante, Utah - Utah Highway 12 through Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
G3WA37     ALAMTX    Sand Hollow State Park in Utah  
EBNK8K    blickwinkel     Goblin Valley State Park, USA, Utah, Goblin Valley State Park

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Guardian online
12.12.17

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2017/dec/12/weatherwatch-the-halcyon-days-of-december-hark-back-to-the-kingfisher
KHRFEB Jerome Murray - CC Female Kingfisher perches on a bulrush
13.12.2017
https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2017/dec/13/utah-lesser-known-state-parks-wildernesses-us-road-trip
J5M324 Steve Greenwood The clouds reflect in the Great Salt Lake

 

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13/12/2017, UK, Guardian, p27, people boarding Ryanair flight, EFPB62, Richard Wayman
13/12/2017, UK, Guardian, p37, Vienna, EBH52D, Andriy Kravchenko
13/12/2017, UK, Guardian G2, p3, purple Quality Street chocolate, A9FRGY, Martin Lee [Alamy credit only]
13/12/2017, UK, Guardian G2, p11, bar at Eiffel Tower restaurant in Las Vegas, BPD6E9, Kumar Sriskandan [Circular crop. Alamy credit only]

 

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National Geographic / Travel
https://www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/lists/star-wars-film-movie-locations/

Places to Visit If You Love Star Wars

 

Beehive stone huts celtic monastic monastery Skellig Michael looking to Little Skellig County Co. Kerry Ireland

BNJAHR Peter Barritt

 

Mountain top on the Hardanger plateau in Norway
CNWR6W Shoults

 

Plus one of Redwoods State Park in California attributed to Radius Images, which I didn't find on Alamy.

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Guardian Online  13/12/17

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2017/dec/13/tesco-faces-legal-threat-over-marketing-its-food-with-fake-farm-names
FDWTTN     Ian Francis stock    Lidl Supermarket Arnold,Nottingham,UK

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2017/dec/13/scottish-fisherman-warn-of-hardline-eu-stance-over-quotas
AAWBRH    Simon Price      Boxes of fish lined up on the quayside at the white fish port of Peterhead Harbour, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. UK

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13/12/2017 Daily Mail (print)

Hands typing on a laptop - for an article about banks and fraud victims. FOOYCY Erik Tham 

Leeuwarden, main city of Northern Holland, which takes over as European Capital of Culture in 2018. G1710C Mauritius Imagery/Ingo Boelter

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Guardian Online  13/12/17

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2017/dec/13/ukip-to-face-tribunal-over-use-of-data-in-eu-referendum-campaign
HGJYR6      Mark Kerrison       London, UK. 23rd January, 2017. Pro-Brexit campaigners attend a 'Brexit Peaceful Loud and Proud' rally organised by UKIP outside Parliament. (CROPPED)

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Found in the Guardian

 

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2017/dec/13/how-to-feed-the-world-while-curbing-our-appetite-for-destruction

 

Photograph of purple flowers field potatoes Suffolk England

Photographer: geogphotos

Image ID: DDER3J

 

  https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2017/dec/13/rise-of-the-robots-and-all-the-lonely-people

 

Photo of customers using self service checkout at Sainsburys supermarket

Photographer: Richard Wayman / Alamy Stock Photo

Image ID: DC1N1R

 

To find out who discovered it click here

 

 

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