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Someone has stolen my photos, what should I do?

 
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Mar 06, 2015 20:42 |  #16

The person is also located in Sydney according to their page. Maybe you can set up a meet as a potential client and get more info on the person.


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Mar 06, 2015 22:23 |  #17

Simple - Just don't use Facebook problem solved.

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Mar 06, 2015 22:27 |  #18

Pagman wrote in post #17464052 (external link)
Simple - Just don't use Facebook problem solved.

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and brick up your doors n windows so you can never be burgled.

Back in the real world professional photographers need to post images online in order to attract new business. Not doing so just because someone might steal them is silly, especially when it is so easy to get FB to remove them.


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Mar 06, 2015 22:46 |  #19

Image theft. Help please


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Mar 07, 2015 12:34 |  #20

Dan Marchant wrote in post #17464054 (external link)
and brick up your doors n windows so you can never be burgled.

Back in the real world professional photographers need to post images online in order to attract new business. Not doing so just because someone might steal them is silly, especially when it is so easy to get FB to remove them.

Advertising or showing your work i get but i would not say that FB is safe or reliable.

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Mar 07, 2015 13:21 |  #21

Looks like the other photos were lifted as well from this session in 2013:

http://tessarayanne.bl​ogspot.com …maternity-photoshoot.html (external link)

Don't people realize there is an "image search" function on Google?


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Mar 07, 2015 14:31 |  #22

JeffreyG wrote in post #17463819 (external link)
I know what you mean. I was at the VFW with fellow retired Navy SEALS Brian Williams and Bill O'Reilly and we were talking about how much this bothers us.

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Mar 07, 2015 14:41 |  #23

Pagman wrote in post #17464828 (external link)
Advertising or showing your work i get but i would not say that FB is safe or reliable.

P.

If your advertising method online actually works then thieves will find your work if its on facebook, flickr, smugmug, your own domain. The only way they won't find it is basically if you don't advertise well enough to get attention.

So if you're going to advertise its a risk.

If you don't put your work online in todays market then you're cutting yourself out of things. Plus many people expect any professional to have a website today. Even if you've a highstreet shop people will google you/company name.

You can limit damage by restricting what you post - by running regular reverse image searches and by not panicking


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Mar 07, 2015 17:44 |  #24

The thief's FB page is missing/disabled. I get thrown to my regular news feed when I click the link.


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