SOMEBODY JUST STOLE MY PHOTO
What can I do?
Well, the below link isn’t specifically Australian related, and some of the advice may be off-base, but it is worth a read.
It is probably worth two reads. Most photographers let image theft slip.
They are dismissing image theft as not worth the effort to attempt to recover compensation for blatant commercial exploitation of their hard work. I know, as I have been guilty of this on many occasions.
There are a few images I have that I would definitely follow up. And, have, with varying success.
Here is the link to defending copyright on the BBC’s website.
Well, hello world. Hard borders are coming down, and we’re allowed to come out to play again. If I could do cartwheels, I would, alas that isn’t going to happen:)
So what is next on the agenda? Good question kind of wished you hadn’t asked:)
What is the old saying? Something about my dance card is full. Well from now until Christmas it is for sure, which isn’t a bad thing.
We avoid doing workshops in December and January always. December workshops end up with only being me there because everyone has Christmas on their minds.
January people want workshops to learn their new cameras. But outdoor workshops in January is only for the most enthusiastic photographers.
March is the blast-off month. We’ll have a lot of new stuff, and the old will look a little different.
Plus we are taking a lot of classes online. You have no idea how much I’ve tried to avoid that. But, I’ve finally found a way to do it without you having to look at my ugly dial to often. That is a good thing. All I’m going to tell you is there will be free content and paid content. There won’t be any sponsored segments, and you definitely won’t be seeing any unboxing videos, or girls or guys with their guns out acting as click-bait.