Thank you all so much for the ad clicks yesterday! I shall put it towards my “Not Your Father’s Root Beer” addiction and hosting. If you haven’t tried it yet, GET IT NOW!
Chamber of Commerce: http://ellwoodchamber.org/2014/01/02/treasured-memories-by-dani-morabito-photography-expands-studio/
News Article: http://news.ellwoodcity.org/2013/07/18/photos-treasured-memories-grand-opening/
Online Business Card @ Vista Print: http://www.treasuredmemoriesonline.com/online-business-card/?lang=1&langid=1&siteid=2082366&st=1
It takes a special kind of photographer to submit stolen images to the local news for an article about their new studio. It’s even more special when they PRINT stolen images and display them proudly in their studio window.
I also should note the reviews for this photographer are not good. It seems they have an issue delivering images in a timely manner, if ever.
Added some more images from Facebook.
Website 2: http://www.from-bump-to-baby.co.uk/
Facebook 2: https://www.facebook.com/b2b.co.uk
If you are going to steal images it’s probably best not to steal from a photographer whose body of work is very well known.
Google +: https://plus.google.com/101882758526453454625/posts
There was a lot more but she had started removing the stolen images and text by the time I was screen capping.
Update 09/01/2014 @ 1PM
Added the Yelp link along with sources for the images “Aimee” uploaded to the Ella Bella profile. Aimee B’s profile picture is the same that Renee’ uses on her personal Facebook page.
Update 09/04/2014 @ 12:00PM
Well, one of the regular commenters found more stolen images. Shocker, I know. I sourced a bunch of them until I got a headache and decided that I was done. The link is above (photobucket). Notice that the images are also for sale and are downloadable. Lovely.
Renee has claimed she’s deleted all of the images that were not hers from her website and Photobucket account. Unfortunately that is not the case. I don’t understand why she hasn’t deleted the images like she SAID she was going to do but she made the albums private and kept the images up. They are still able to be accessed via direct links and also by Google search.