Photographer Confronts Record Label Over Stolen and Edited Photos, has Portfolio Insulted in Return

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Photographer Confronts Record Label Over Stolen and Edited Photos, has Portfolio Insulted in Return

Having your images stolen and used against your will has all but become the norm for many working photographers. One gig photographer who confronted the record label editing and using her images, however, was greeted with insults as they told her she “doesn’t have the portfolio to back up [her] …

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12 thoughts on Photographer Confronts Record Label Over Stolen and Edited Photos, has Portfolio Insulted in Return

  1. Can we now all use this band and record labels music free in our video projects? All we have to do is tell them the music is not good enough to pay for, right?

  2. What pricks, everyone thinks they are photographers these days, and yes a lot of the so called photographers do not have a clue how to take photos.
    In this case, they thought the photos were good, otherwise why steel them.
    I have been doing photography for over 30 years.
    Just so people get it, pushing a button or spending hours in photoshop, dose not make a photographer.

  3. The NERVE!!! And for a mere $50 they had the stupid guts to write up such insults???? They are the ones who don’t deserve her services and those of all of us who do our job with passion. Sick!

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