Sorry for the bit of silence on the blog – I’ve been going through a lot from a past thief and it’s been a bit soul sucking. Thank you for all the kind words and support over the past three months as I’ve been dealing with this.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/trunksphotography (already down)
This fauxtographer left some watermarks intact but that doesn’t mean anything in the end really, just less of a fine if the original photographer would choose to sue. You are still using someone elses work to represent your own. I was late to this one so there was some cleaning up that happened before I started, I apologize. Continue reading “Trunks Photography” »
- Web: http://sara-annephotography.com/blog/
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SaraAnnePhoto
- Facebook2: https://www.facebook.com/sapseniors
This photographer is a mentor and leads workshops. She teaches a class called “Behind the Lens” to photographers. Part of this $600 course Sara-Anne teaches includes a workbook in PDF form that she has handed out to her students.
I am only showing here what sources were used in the workbook from the internet. A vast majority of the workbook was plagiarized from another photographer’s ebook and it isn’t right to put it out there for free. Out of respect for the photographer I am asking you all to trust me on the source. Thank you!
Onto the 92 page PDF that I’ve spent the past month sourcing! Today alone it’s been about 6 hours because I wanted this done. I think a cocktail may be in order this evening. She has also stolen images, those are below the PDF.
Moving on from the CJ Photography debacle (FYI he’s back and stronger than ever and is kicking rocks still or something).
Vincent and Tyler Tree apparently run this business which is photography, cinematography and DJ services. They don’t appear to have a Facebook Page nor much of an online presence so I don’t know if this is just a business that doesn’t get any business or they are just flying under the radar but regardless, their portfolio is made up of stolen images.
Another photographer sent in a submission about this particular thief. The saddest part of this is that it appears that this fauxtog was able to get these images to use because blogs require photographers to submit without watermarks, therefore leaving out images unprotected for cases such as these. As you will see, many of these images were taken from Delightfully Engaged/My Wedding.com where they ask for no watermarks on submissions. Even the majority of her words on her site are plagiarized, as you will see that her session guide is an exact copy of this guide by Lin & Jirsa (may not be theirs though, it’s all over the internet apparently). Continue reading “Photography by Linds’ Lens” »