My grandmother was born in central Minnesota and when the flu epidemics hit in the 1900’s, both of her parents died. My grandmother and her brothers and sisters were then put into an orphanage because there weren’t any other family members to take the children. When people would come to see my grandmother for possible adoption, my grandmother would either bite them or she would run away.When Olaf came to the orphanage, my grandmother liked him and said, “Wouldn’t you like to take a nice... continue reading
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It is always a joy to know one of our forgoten images fallen in to level 0 threshold has been adopted (AKA sold).I don't mind if it is a credit sale or a subscription sale. I feel happy just to know someone took the time to find it and the image is good enough to be adopted for use. Strange enough, many of them are credit sales.Just love to see that golden swirl (meaning: this is a level 0 purchase).August is quite a slow month, but until now some of my orphan level 0 images were adopted:... continue reading
Well, I am an engineer by profession and photographer by passion..but honestly none of these were my childhood dreams :)My mom, being a botanist, always encouraged me about a clean and green environment, whereas my grand-pa, being a social worker, always encouraged me to do something for society.Ok, now you must be laughing. With all those great courage and inspirations I ended up being an Engineer! Well, who can ignore the need of money :) So here I am also running behind money just like most... continue reading
I'm sure all of us have photos in our portfolios that we really like but no-one is buying. This is my first ever image accepted by DT and I think the cutest of my bird images.I rescued this blue tit chick from our garden pond on his maiden flight and struggled to hold my camera in one hand whilst he balanced on the other. After he grumpily posed on my finger I put him on a tree branch to wait for his mum to collect him.Am I the only one who thinks he's full of the 'aaaah' factor?... continue reading
Orphan Works Bill...Call your Senators and Congress person to ask them to vote no on both the House ofRepresentatives bill and the Senate bill. Both bills are way too broad and seriously limit an artist's right to protect their own work. Even the House bill, which is being touted as the better bill, puts the onus on the artist to register their images twice, with the Copyright Office and with a newly developed Orphan Works registry, in order to not be considered an Orphan or "abandoned" Work.... continue reading
Please visit this webpage to read what we as artists are up against .begin to contact your legislative branch representatives to stop this bill.it has already been meeting with favor among those in position to stop it.please copy and paste the link if i do not get it in where it will automatically take you therestop this!!! continue reading
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