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Guardian online

B7YK7P Paul White Aerial views Ferrybridge, Eggborough and Drax Coal Fired Power Stations, Yorkshire, Northern England
D29373 Arterra Picture Library/Clement Philippe Red fox (Vulpes vulpes) standing in grassland at forest edge


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 AJM18H      David Cook     sausage on fork    (CROPPED)

CN5XK8     eye35       sheffield town hall peace gardens and goodwin fountains crowds of people at lunchtime South yorkshire england

CB65KE     Matthew Chattle      NHS walk in centre National Health Service sign

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Guardian Online  08/01/18 https://www.theguardian.com/society/2018/jan/07/is-everything-you-think-you-know-about-depression-wrong-johann-hari-lost-connections

B8DWYK       D Hale-Sutton       Seroxat tablets on words associated with depression


CX89XE      Iain Sharp      Crest of The University of Edinburgh, on a memorial commemorating the 150th anniversary of teacher training at Moray House https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/jan/08/woolwich-foot-tunnel-portals-of-london

B24K4C     mark adams     Woolwich foot tunnel 

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Guardian Online  08/01/18

JJW0KG   Photimageon     Concept image - Incoming Personal Injury claim call on handheld iPhone mobile phone display

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Guardian Online  08/01/18

A8M6H4    Brian Mitchell     Disabled teenage girl sitting in a wheelchair, gazing from a window
C54RKK     ffotocymru      Young small boys racing at the annual School sports day at a small primary school, UK
HMXYPK      Stefan Dahl Langstrup     Fit people preparing to deadlift and holding barbells. Horizontal indoors shot

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Found in the Guardian




The sessions house courthouse Preston England UK Stock Photo


Photograph of The sessions house courthouse Preston England UK

Photographer: Radharc Images

Finder: Aiden Clarke

Image ID: E0XPT

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Times 9th


EC1K9H   Graham Salter/Lebrecht Music & Arts Arab examining falcon in Doha city shop. The falcon is the national bird of United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Oman, a status symbol for royal Arab families

F2520H  Chen Leopold  young blonde girl of two, plays with an iPhone on pink background. Model release available

FHXGHK    Andor Bujdoso  Couple having sex under blanket with their feet visible

KX7983  Woodstock, Oxfordshire, UK. 08th Jan, 2018. Palace cleaners conducting their annual deep clean at Winston Churchill's childhood home, Blenheim Palace. Palace Cleaner Alison Darke cleaning the gilt bronze and glass chandelier (LouisXV, circa 1740) in the First Estate Room. Picture by Richard Cave 08.01.18 Credit: Richard Cave/Alamy Live News


Scottish Edition


KNEF3R    derek young   Birkwood Asylum. Lesmahagow. UK


Irish Edition


HFFGXH   Christian Müller picture of a bicycle rider in city traffic with motion blur




JGWFF4   Mike McEnnerney   Preparing Aircraft for takeoff, Barra Airport


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FY8G2W Hennell Close up of plastic micro-beads on the tip of a finger
ERRX72 Tierfotoagentur / D. Vorbusch Konik
FCE8NR Graham Catley Cetti's Warbler
CXW68H Stephen Finn Exterior of Ragged School Museum



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Guardian Online  09/01/18

CXW68H      Stephen Finn     Exterior of Ragged School Museum London October 2012
A91XK7      Jack Sullivan     Police line tape
FY8G2W   Hennell     Close up of plastic micro-beads on the tip of a finger

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Guardian Online  09/01/18

A7W584     Bob Pardue - Medical Lifestyle     Closeup of Caucasian Female GP Wearing White Coat USA
DFMP1D     Jesús Sierra /  age fotostock    Girl and Iphone 4s
HDB172    Guy Corbishley      A shopping trolley with groceries is pushed around a supermarket in London, UK
H706JE     Justin Kase zninez     Broken down Ford car being towed along M25 motorway by yellow AA Volkswagen breakdown van with red remembrance poppy on radiator grill England UK

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Sun online 9th


HGT7X0 - motive56

A6DHM6 - Douglas Peebles

EJETJP - Eitan Simanor

AKRY0K - Bert Hoferichter

F7GR9M - Jan Wlodarczyk

EJ708R - Maximillian Weinzierl

BE58KF - imageBROKER / Alexander Poschel

C55X6A - nagelestock.com

F1CPTG - Endless Travel

EWK223 - Jan Wlodarczyk

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09/01/2018, UK, Guardian, p19, Dominic Chappell former owner of BHS leaves Brighton Magistrates Court, KX7B4J, Simon Dack [via Live news]
09/01/2018, UK, Guardian G2, p3, Rennes-le-Château, E7TYF6, CHRIS LEWINGTON [Alamy credit only]
09/01/2018, UK, Guardian G2, p3, Rennes-le-Château sign, FF45AY, Adwo [Cutout. Alamy credit only]


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Coastal Living magazine, January-February 2018


20 Best Places to Live on the Coast in 2018



In print and/or and online from Alamy:



EM4W11 Sean Pavone, Annapolis, MD (print and online)



C1P7G0 Mira Images, Chatham, MA (print and online)






 JG5684, St. Simons Island, GA, Dawna Moore, Alamy (print and online)



HA471Y, Beaufort, North Carolina, Rose-Marie Murray - horizontal online, cropped vertical in print

I licensed a lighthouse image from Newport, RI directly to Coastal Living from my site late last year for this article on the 20 Best Places to live. In the magazine, in print, It's cropped vertical, although they licensed a horizontal image from me. What's interesting is that they have a different horizontal photo from another photographer in the online version, from another traditional site (not Alamy).  Another time they licensed one of my photos from Alamy and it was on their facebook page but they had a different one in the online magazine. They paid me the day they licensed it back in November, so it works for me. Anyway, I wanted to share the Alamy images in the article. If you want to see mine, this link works if you're interested.



(I should upload my image to Alamy - I have a ton from Newport, RI that I thought were online since Alamy has done well for me with those I have uploaded, licensing to DK books and others. I think my goal of adding 1000 new images this year will be easier than I thought. My backload is really huge.) 


Interestingly, although the first photo in the article is from a micro that shall not be named, when I searched tineye for the photos, I found some licensed from Alamy were also on the micros. Additionally, the photo from Mira Images, only on traditional sites, is also on their Photoshelter site, which is where my site is hosted.  I guess you never know how a photo editor’s search is going to work.


 In 2012, Alamy licensed one of my photos of boats from Chatham, MA to them (another town on the same page as Newport, RI in the magazine) as well as another one last year. Wish they’d licensed another Chatham, MA pic to them for this. I have images from Annapolis too - it would’ve been a trifecta. They were the first national magazine that I licensed images to directly back in 2011 (boats from Rockland, ME). 


I searched google images first and it only showed 2 results for the first Alamy image, from Annapolis, this one from Coastal Living and another editorial use, while tineye had 24 results, including various sites from which the photo could be licensed. Google images only says in tiny print, when you click on find the image, that it might be copyright protected. Google images used to show all the sites where you could purchase images, even if they shared a giant copy people could appropriate. Now the images are smaller. I was able to find the images using the photographer's names, city, and "Alamy" on google, because all the info was already in the article. Glad some magazines still credit properly.

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On 1/6/2018 at 14:05, Kat said:

The Monocle, 6 January 2018





Ian Dagnall, HKMA90, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Charles Engelhard Court at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 5th Avenue, Manhattan, New York City, NY, USA

Michael Coyne, H9AH68, A pedestrian on a mobile phone passes a large mural on a wall in Lonsdale Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia



I also found this one there:




eehn29, Stock Photos and Images, Dubai

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09/01/2018 Daily Mail (print)

Mono image of a woman sheltering from rain under an umbrella - for an article about how much sunshine do you need to get enough vitamin D. B32R54 Old Visuals

Dachshund wearing a red spotty headscarf - for a piece titled "chilled headband to banish sleepless nights". Several similars but think it's KT21HC WilleeCole

Two brushes dripping green and purple paint into pots - for a piece about a person having a runny nose for 30 years. CPT0JC Gino's Premium Images 

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9/1/18 London Metro (print)

Quite by chance I was flicking through the Metro on the way in to work this morning and I recognised a pic that I thought could be one of mine. On getting home this evening and checking, I am pleased to say that it is - H32K72, Jansos but there was no Alamy credit or any credit whatsoever. There were also a host of other images to do with property in East Mosley. Who knows which agency they were from.

The River Thames at East Molesey near Hampton Court Palace in Surrey, UK - Stock Image

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Guardian Online  10/01/18

FEH60P    Paul Quayle     07th Feb, 2016. Shocking amount of plastic and driftwood washed up on Pembrey Sands beach,Carmarthenshire,Wales,U.K

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Guardian Online  10/01/18

FN5KE2    Islandstock      Mature man using fixed odds Roulette machine in Bookmakers. England, UK
CTFEA1    Richard Iestyn Hughes     Swansea Crown Court, Llys y Goron Abertawe
DY8H5T     Artur Marciniec     Hacker using laptop. Lots of digits on the computer screen


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