- FB: https://www.facebook.com/JenniferBoswellPhotography
‘Tis the season for mini sessions! Which means… lots and lots of submissions of photographers stealing others mini session set ups and posting them to drum up business for themselves, not clarifying that the images were NOT taken by the photographer POSTING THE IMAGE. Sigh.
Here’s the problem when you do this. It is false advertising. A photographer posts a picture(s) and it promotes that THIS is the type of image you will be receiving. I try to shy away from critiquing others work because we all start somewhere but it’s painfully obvious that this photographer is promoting imagery that is above her skill level.
Also, it’s illegal to photograph on train tracks FYI.
Update: She’s already removed the stolen works from her Facebook but luckily I have screen captures 🙂
Not sure who the original source is but… not Jennifer.
Again, unknown source but not Jennifer
Original source (not linking b/c it’s popping up with malware)
Not her original image (or card design)
The highlighted text above, sent to me in a message on Photo Stealers when I originally created the post here. When I read the petition I pretty much knew immediately who was behind it.
The source for the highlighted text is on the NCSL website. Note that her petition stole my logo and also plagiarized text. I don’t think Jennifer has learned anything from this mess.
One of Jennifer’s original comments on this blog (she later removed her name). Note the IP address.
The comment left on the Rob Adams post. Note the IP address and email address.
What was posted to Jennifer’s Facebook Page (which I believe has been shut down again) around the time that the petition went live.
A comment left on the Behind the Shutter blog post regarding the Rob Adams mess.
The message I got after plainly stating on Facebook that I was pretty certain that Jennifer was behind the petition/”Stop the Cyberstalking” movement.
Please. I’m not stupid. I’m many things but stupid is not one of them.
Update: The petition is being shut down because Jennifer is afraid for her safety.