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$15,000 Worth of Gear Stolen From NYC Photogs… By a Fellow Photographer!
When one photographer hurts, we all hurt. But when one photographer is hurt by another photographer, we’re enraged! In NYC earlier this year, a group of well-known professional photographers were robbed of $12-$15,000 worth of photography gear directly from their studio… by one of their own!
What Photo Theft Looks Like & What To Do When It Happens to You!
Jason Lanier recently posted a video on what photographers should do when companies steal and use their images without permission from them of their clients. How does he know how to handle this? Because it happened to him, and he fears it’s going to be happening to more and more photographers in the coming future.
Do Watermarks Really Protect Your Work? | Google Stumbles On A Solution When Highlighting The Problem
How much do your watermarks really matter?
LensProToGo Victim of Theft – $500k in Gear Stolen
This morning, LensProToGo discovered that their offices were broken into over the weekend and an estimated $500k in gear was stolen.
Lenstag Releases Infographic Showing The Most Stolen Gear of 2014 & Where It’s Stolen From
Lenstag has just dropped their list of most stolen gear of 2014, and from where it gets stolen, including which cities. Any surprises?
85% Of Images Online Used Without Permission? That’s Lowballing
IMGemebed released a white paper with figures that seem enormous. But are you surprised?
LensTag Looks To Put A Dent In Gear Theft
Getting your camera gear stolen is one of the worst feelings in the world. The truth is that many of us can not afford insurance on our gear, and thus if its stolen the buck stops at us and replacement is all out of pocket. A new website called LensTag is looking to help put an end to easy gear theft by assembling a large database of gear and who owns it.