I am new to DT and am pleasantly surprised to see that DT has in place a system for unauthorized usage.This begs the question of how and when to promote your own stock photography on other venues - particularly FaceBook, Twitter and other social networking.If you own a blog you can promote your link to your stock photography portfolio in many different ways.So too with social networking - and this is perhaps the 'safest' way to do so.The biggest challenge with FB and other social networking... continue reading
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So... I was informed yesterday by a dear friend that my husband's image is posted on Facebook:ArtPics ImageIt came complete with a "Wow! Please share this photo" description!It was credited to someone else, not to Georges Kyrillos.This was enough to make me panic. Then I saw the number of shares and how things were getting out of control very quickly. I did comment, I did sent the page a message to please remove the image, & I did file a Facebook complaint for copyrights infringement.... continue reading
Demonike recently published a very interesting blog about unexpected copyrights.One of the "objects" mentioned was Uluru aka Ayer's Rock in Australia. Having been there at the beginning of the year, I'd like to share my experience.Uluru stands in a National Park in the red centre of Australia, and in fact the whole National Park is protected by copyrights. That also includes Kata Tjuta aka The Olgas.All commercial film crews, still photographers, artists and sound recordists need to... continue reading
First off, please indulge me--I would like to announce my FIRST sale… hoooraaaaay!Finally!Oh, that felt grrreat!Now onto the real topic.I especially want to call the attention of newbies like me to not take for granted the reasons for rejection in your refused photos.I’m ashamed to admit that I am guilty of bypassing the links sometimes referenced in my rejected files thinking that I’ve seen them before or I kind of know what they’re talking about already.Recently,... continue reading
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