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
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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
The meme in today's Web driven world is that information wants to be free.From state secrets to the hottest music or newest movie, the concept that everything should be free has somehow entered our collective mindset.The middle school kids I work with tell me to go on YouTube to play music because you can get every song and "its free".They have no concept of how the artists are paid and seem to have no direct way to compensate the artist for their work.If their parents complain about... continue reading
These images were made by me. They are not the greatest ideas, and they are not the most beautiful designs, but still, I’m proud of them just because they were my own ideas.A few days ago I was shocked, when searching for them in another agency, I found these same images having been copied and sold by another contributor. Placing my originals next to the fake ones, it is obvious that they were made by a different person, but the images are the same. I decided to post a thread at the forum of... continue reading
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