Facebook Business Profile: https://www.facebook.com/timeto.sparklephotography
Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/TTSPhotoDesignWebsite: http://www.onceuponapicturenj.com/
I literally have a headache from working on this submission. When you are caught using images that aren’t yours on your website, the answer is not to call it “inspiration” for a class and act like it’s not a big deal. You remove the images and apologize. Obviously since you are reading this, that’s not what happened and the images are still up (AND FOR SALE!) on her website but she has changed the wording to reflect these are “inspiration” just don’t mind that pesky © TTS Photo Design beneath the image. You can read the saga go down on TTS’s Facebook here. Don’t worry, I have a PDF just in case.
NSFW warning for anyone browsing at work due to the boudoir images.
Updated with new business name and addresses.
Note that there are no “messages to the instructor” nor any wording letting people know this is inspiration in her portfolio, not her work.
The gallery showing all of the images below. Note the missing “inspiration” and notes to the instructor that were added in later. There also was not originally a password but I believe there is now.
Proof the images were not only in the gallery but also for sale: