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    Another example of stolen work :(

    Today, Sue Bryce outed a photographer from the UK who was passing Sue's work off as their own.. it's a sad sad world.

    Here's their page
    http://www.rosiepics.co.uk/Familyfri...Portraits.html

    They've even posted a video on youtube claiming Sue's before and after shots as their own and on their FB page stolen images from Tamara Lackey.

    Unbelievable! Will be interesting to see what happens in a few hours when it's morning UK time!
    Tania

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    the youtube video mentioned is here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NTxfV...layer_embedded

    and the thief's FB page is going into meltdown with disgust : http://www.facebook.com/pages/Rosiep...03290256370745
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    I don't now why people have to put their name on other people work it all come out in the end, (as I have learnt with people that have done it to me, an they were meant to be friends) and they are the one looking like a fool. Or they ask you for your though on something and then twisted it around as if you are had some thing nasty about some work when you haven't it a sad day when you can't trusted anyone as it just seem to be more common that some is taking credit for some else work

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricktas View Post
    the youtube video mentioned is here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NTxfV...layer_embedded

    and the thief's FB page is going into meltdown with disgust : http://www.facebook.com/pages/Rosiep...03290256370745
    I wanted to see more of the Ascot photo shoot pics on the Rosiepics website but in the last 30 minutes, since I started looking at the site, it's had a complete makeover and I can't see them anymore. The Facebook site appears to have disappeared too.

    I did find this interesting website detailing/shaming photo thieves.

    http://stopstealingphotos.tumblr.com/
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    All links dead. Good!! I hope the thieving photog is thoroughly shamed and outted big time.

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    Death by social media, such a low class way to go.
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