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JLP Imagery in Good Hope, Georgia

Website:  http://jlpimagery.com/

I’m pretty certain there are more images in the galleries that Google isn’t returning a source for that are not his original works.  If you recognize an image that isn’t listed, please let the original photographer know.

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  • StreetKnowledgeByThePound

    Wow. Yeah if you look at the one wedding in the portfolio, it’s not even close to the same caliber as these stolen images. Hopefully no one is fooled by that.

  • StreetKnowledgeByThePound
  • Put something like this on your site and then steal other people’s work, other people’s memories that you had no hand in making

  • StreetKnowledgeByThePound

    Pretty sure that’s someone else’s signature or watermark on the bottom right, but google didn’t pull anything up.

  • MPR1776

    Fall one is a stock photo

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    Last one is a stock image

  • MLee Kneer

    He’s using a personal facebook as his business page https://www.facebook.com/jlp.imagery.photographer

  • You can’t fix stupid

    Not much left on the FB page. Just images of people on railway tracks.

  • Laura

    His own work stands out so strongly compared to all of the images he’s stolen by his use of on-camera flash and what can only be described as “porn face” on his models (apologies to the models, I’ve no doubt they were directed to do this – and it’s kind of creepy), that there is absolutely no comparison. He can’t even come close to producing images of that caliber. I’ve no idea why he’d steal newborn and family images when it seems clear (from the images he actually created) that he’s looking to shoot for Penthouse. Skeevy. ::shudder::

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  • Jeff Peterson

    My sincerest apologies and thank you all for bringing these photos to my attention. In April I had a low cost Ukrainian developer do a total refresh on my site and he took liberties on 2 pages. I have personally reviewed every image. Everything image currently posted I own the original raw image, signed client releases, and copyright for banner images. Feel free to review at any time. Again my sincerest apologies. This page is also good to know as I had images taken in the past as well. Best wishes.

    • Christopher C.

      “It was the web designer” is one of the Stolen Photos Bingo Card answers. A) You signed off on the site and let it go live as-is. Whether or not “it was the web designer” the site still represents you, and your representation is that you try to pass off stolen photos as your own. B) Web designers don’t go in search of photography to use in a site gallery, so no. Don’t try to put the blame on anyone but yourself. Like I said, everyone does.

      This was all you.

    • BINGO!!!!!

    • chuck knuckles

      Your “sincerest apology” isn’t sincere at all! You come in here and lie to our faces.
      You are a lying skeevy crook with a crooks mentality.
      Why apologize to us here at all? You didn’t steal from us, you didn’t defraud us.
      Apologize to those real photographers you stole from. Apologize to the customers you defrauded and lied to, then took their money.

    • MLee Kneer

      It’s ALWAYS the web designer. Can’t we come up with something new???

  • BJFaber

    My guess is that everything on his site that doesn’t have a JLP Imagery watermark (also… papyrus?) is stolen and most pages only have a couple legit images. For example, http://jlpimagery.com/galleries-2/nggallery/galleries/Family contains this image (http://jlpimagery.com/wp-content/gallery/Family/familyportrait560x420-Copy.jpg?189db0) which can be found in color here: http://www.gttillerblog.com/2010/03/spring-break-portrait-special-the-outer-banks/img_9500/