Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kevinjamesshamrockphotography/ (currently down)
He has removed his Facebook page but somehow hasn’t managed to remove the stolen images from the website. Of course, that nefarious “website designer” is being blamed.
Update @ 5:55PM EST
He’s changed all of the images on the landing page to stock images. Still misrepresenting his own work…
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This submission came to me last week when I was out of town photographing a destination wedding. Unfortunately this photographer refuses to take down the images and the images remain on her website a week later.
What made me laugh is that not are all of the images watermarked with her logo (I couldn’t find any images on her website that didn’t have a source out on the internet) but that she even stole the buttons from some other photographer – including the “about us” with their photo.
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I always raise an eyebrow when the first images I see on a photography website are of the photographer and not their work.
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