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      CommentAuthorallana
    • CommentTimeMar 31st 2010
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    sorry, i have to bomb these ones - they just look horrible when they're small:

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      CommentAuthorallana
    • CommentTimeMar 31st 2010
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    DSC_8757

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      CommentAuthorCOOP
    • CommentTimeMar 31st 2010
     (7334.3)
    More weird toys:

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    Naked girlfriend:

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    Some from my visit to USS Silversides. (WWII American Sub.)
    Aft Torpedo Room


    Aft Engine Cover


    External Shot


    DUCK!
    • CommentAuthordot_xom
    • CommentTimeMar 31st 2010
     (7334.5)
    Taken in an abandoned condo just off the city area in Singapore:
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      CommentAuthorbarton
    • CommentTimeMar 31st 2010
     (7334.6)
    It's a tad grainy, but in memory of my lost lx3 here's Anchorage in Pastel:

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    Shenandoah Valley Sunset
    Sunset in Bridgewater, VA

    Some pics from my trip downtown yesterday with my daughter
    Ice Cream, Yum!
    Cherry Blossoms
    Harrisonburg Courthouse
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    A professionalism question:

    I'd been hired to take photograph for my friends band (as posted previously). I uploaded a large batch of the worthwhile and tweaked images to a private set on Flickr as a sort of "contact sheet". Instead of telling me which they wanted, they've just grabbed the images already and started posting them to Facebook, which... has dubious ownership rights. Now I've got to try and explain that they've only agreed to pay for a dozen or so images, not a 50something sized set.

    Is it permissable to add a watermark on a photograph for which you are being paid?
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    I think at the point where you took funds, it became work for hire, meaning probably not. However you can sequester the images they didn't pay for or water mark them.
    doing paid work for friends or friends of friends always takes extra communication.
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      CommentAuthorMunin
    • CommentTimeApr 1st 2010
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    @Rachael: Unless you have signed a contract transferring all copyright to the band of the photos you took, all of these photos are yours. What usage terms did you agree to with the bands? Your agreement you mentioned only entitled them to 12 or so images, so no matter what the terms, they are entitled to only 12 images. Those photos are still yours so you have several choices of action:

    1) Send them DMCA notice to them and Facebook.
    2) Send them a bill for all the images they have used, with the 200% invoice mark up for their breach of contract, and let them use the photos.
    3) Do both.
    4) Tell them to knock it off, and bill them with the asshole tax.

    This is your hard work and artistic vision, and you should be compensated for it.
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      CommentAuthorallana
    • CommentTimeApr 1st 2010
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    DSC_8783
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      CommentAuthorallana
    • CommentTimeApr 1st 2010
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    DSC_8749b

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      CommentAuthorCOOP
    • CommentTimeApr 1st 2010
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    Somehow I find my self following the ever-hard-to-follow COOP..

    Some generic Beach Shots from Grand Haven, MI


    There are actually more in my flickr stream




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    more from the other day:
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    took half a dozen tries to get the shot straight, centered, and devoid of automobiles.

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    a bit generic, but I like it anyway.

    and from a different day:
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    my friend dave.
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    also:
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    this shot just looks more interesting as is than it does rotated, so I think I'm going to leave it alone.
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    two more shots:

    first,
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    I walked into my bedroom from taking a bath this afternoon to find this bird perched on my AC unit... watching me. he's peeking through my window, looking at me as I type this. it takes a lot to weird me out, but this pigeon is making some serious headway in that direction.

    second,
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    two shots.

    other business:
    @allana: your images are gorgeous. I have a feeling I'm going to end up cloning a few of your cuba shots with some buildings around here.
    @thewaltonsare: Thanks.
    I'm off to the parents' house in the land of no cell phone signal and dialup internet, so these are the last photos I'll subject you to until monday.
    • CommentAuthor256
    • CommentTimeApr 2nd 2010
     (7334.18)
    @COOP - great focus distance choice on the girlfriend shot.
    @thewaltons - that's one of the best cherry blossom photos I've seen.
    @allana - lensflare YES.
    @hank - those are just ridiculously crisp.
    @shannon - yr pal Dave looks like a mentalist, in the best possible way & the pigeon picture is great - they're very expressive birds, I have been surprised to find.


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      CommentAuthorNumberIV
    • CommentTimeApr 2nd 2010
     (7334.19)
    Warm weather is back here, need to get off my ass and take more pictures. In the meantime, something mundane and something silly.

    Stir Fried Chicken Mk 19

    Amy & Holly ride the T-Rex
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      CommentAuthorallana
    • CommentTimeApr 2nd 2010
     (7334.20)
    @krakatoakatie, Munin, thewaltonsare, Rachael, shannon.gilly.3, 256 - thank you all for the kind words.

    and yeah, i just can't get over that sweet sweet magenta lensflare.

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