Just some friendly advice from another photoblog owner. if you are gonna post larger photos, you should definitely consider branding them so that no one can rip them off. also, i think i've seen some of your stuff before in the college front page quarterly contest.-Josh
you have a point, but i'm not sure what someone can do with an image that's 5 inches at 72dpi. you could do something with it online but any serious client who would actually pay money for a photo would need a high quality photo.
you'd be surprised. back in early may a website took 5 photos from the red & black's website that myself and two other photographers had taken and posted them in their online gallery without giving any credit. they never contacted us asking for permission or anything and the only way we were able to get them to take them down was to threaten legal action. those pictures were only 150px. its more of a nuisance than anything else, but if for some reason your image does pop up somewhere else, at least whoever sees it will know how to contact you if they are interested in using it for something.
watermarks are lame. i want to enjoy the image, no offense weiss. people steal, lie and cheat - its the american way ... whatdya gunna do?
Okay this picture, nevermind the size, is one of my favorites ever. Ever.
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