This photographer popped when I was researching Making Memories as they were both using the same photo that was not theirs. Sigh.
This photographer group is still going strong and still using a lot of the same stolen images as before. No lessons learned apparently.
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This post was originally just about one photographer that stole a FAQ from the ever-amazing Susan Stripling. However, when writing the blog post, I did a quick check on Copyscape and discovered that she was one of MANY stealing Susan’s FAQ. THIS IS NOT OKAY!
I know some are going to come on here and argue that they didn’t take the WHOLE thing… just some parts. JUST a few words! Everyone has those words in their FAQ! Here’s the thing. Saying “I take a retainer” and things of that sort, yes, we’re all going to have that in our FAQ. However, having “She strives to create images at each and every wedding that illuminates the relationships; both of each individual family and the new family being created that day. Her goal is to provide you with a documentary-based illustration of your wedding day.”in your FAQ is not just an accident, that is plagiarism. EVEN if it’s only that line. The amount of words you’ll see below that are word-for-word is unacceptable and is plagiarism, be it one line or multiple. Continue reading “FAQ Stealing” »
Where do I begin?
Back in June, it was discovered that Doug Gordon, yes, THAT Doug Gordon, had numerous posts on his workshop blog page that were not his original works. Around 10 or so blogs were “outed” as not his own and they were quietly taken down before anyone thought to screen capture the proof. Continue reading “Doug Gordon in Lindenhurst, New York” »