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Some thoughts about plagiarizm in photography

Hi, today I got a very interesting response on my blog. Here it is:"There is always two sides to a coin.Copying keywords , like copying someone's idea , can come back to bite you in the rear end.Consider this. The same keywords are going to pull out that image you copy from. Buyers are not some silly dude with no brainers. They will still look for quality, and uniqueness and style of the photographer or artist.We all know what happens when we got a million and one copycats that flooded the sites... continue reading

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