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June 2008

48 hour turnaround

@ 25 June 2008 at 12:30 by Alan Capel - Head of Content

At our contributor event in 2007 we announced that we were aiming to drastically reduce the time it was taking for us to process your images through the Alamy system. Earlier this year we released a number of development and process changes designed to address this very issue. More...

Novel Use opt-out now closed

@ 25 June 2008 at 10:49 by Alan Capel - Head of Content

As per our previous blog post we opened a window for contributors who had signed up to Novel Use to opt-out. This opt-out window is now closed. More...

Image Keyworder software customised for Alamy Users

@ 24 June 2008 at 09:46 by Pippa Greig

Annotating your images in line with our requirements is essential if you want to maximise the sales potential of your images. If you submit regularly to us, you might be interested in some new keywording software called Image Keyworder which has been developed by keywording specialists OnAsia. More...

Downtime on Sunday due to Limited Use launch

@ 13 June 2008 at 12:26 by Alan Capel - Head of Content

Limited Use will be launched on Sunday. The Alamy web site will unfortunately be unavailable during Sunday 15th June. More...

Novel Use announcement

@ 10 June 2008 at 11:35 by James West - CEO

An opt out has been made available for Novel Use. The opportunity to opt out will be available for two weeks from today. I apologise unreservedly to those of you who feel you have been misled. This was never my intention and it is not the Alamy way of doing things. More...

Launch of Limited Use – the first of our Novel Use initiatives

@ 5 June 2008 at 10:33 by James West - CEO

We are delighted to announce that Limited Use, the first initiative to be released under our Novel Use scheme is ready for launch. More...

Watermarking is back!

@ 5 June 2008 at 10:31 by Alan Capel

Alamy have re-introduced watermarking on its comp images, this will tighten security at a time when the industry is seeing more and more small file sizes being used for a variety of uses. More...