This is another user submitted thief, whom is based out of Florida.
They didn’t change the watermark on some of the stolen images but posting someone else’s photography work to your photography page is implying you took the image unless credit is given. On a couple images she does mention that the image isn’t hers but not on all. An average, everyday client is not going to look at the watermark, nor are they going to assume they aren’t yours, they’ll figure it was your previous business.
The Facebook page:
The first image (from oldest to newest) that I found that was not hers:
I couldn’t find the original source so here is a screen capture of the result page on google:
She has enough time to comment “love” but not the original source.
The original source of this image was Island Reflections Photography.
This image is from Now it’s Personal (can’t find the original image on her site) but is on M&M’s page.
The next image has a watermark but with no commentary that it is an idea or giving credit, a client that doesn’t know any better would assume it is their work.
The image is from Benfield Photography.
This image I couldn’t find via image search but it is watermarked to Damon Tucci Photography.
The next two images are from McClanahan Studio but I cannot find the images on their site (they are both on Pinterest though).
This is probably a way they thought to interact with their potential clients/fans but do it with your own work or again, credit the photographer or source.
The source is hard to find but here is a screen capture of the google page result.
M&M Photography did remove the images that were outed here but not all of the images that she is using for inspiration. Shady but at least the ones left have some vague crediting.