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Stealing Keywords From Other Contributors

In my keywords I include WISCONSINART. I started doing this because I wanted to make it easier to find my images. What I have found is when you sort by latest uploads, I would find images that were not mine but included WISCONSINART. It's then obvious a contributor copy-and-pasted my list of keywords into their image.While this may be easy to get away with, it is still contrary against Dreamstime policies. If you can't keyword your images, then pay the 60 cents to have a keyword master create... continue reading

Macro Photography Ethics

It is after a long time that I am writing, I have been busy with a lot of things...leaving school life behind and getting into a college on the opposite side of the country...and believe me India is a vast country. Away from family, away from familiar people, the months are adventurous.Excited about the photographer of the year contest, I want to see where I rank, please drop me an honest vote if you would like to. :)Anyway, getting back to the topic... recently, I was out shooting some macro... continue reading

Is it unethical to use non-disabled people in wheelchairs?

Dipictes a woman in a wheel chair.A later image 1265632shows her walking around pushing the guy around.Should we use wheelchairs as "props" ? continue reading

Impressive... but is it Pandora's box?

I came across this article on the BBC News website: Photo tool could fix bad imagesAnd I have to say that I am very impressed that someone has managed to develop something this ingenious.But at the same time it raised a few questions for me.Is something like this going to make photographers lazier?Remember the days before digital cameras?When there was no immediacy of seeing your shot and no instant correction if something was wrong with the picture?You had to take notes as to what... continue reading

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