Yes you can do battle with the giant corporations and WIN. Here’s a story of one such victory dealing with copyright infringement. Go to: YouTube Demands Additional Info for DMCA Takedown Notice Original contents copyright 2012 by John S. Krill and/or the bylined author. All Rights Reserved.
This is not the proper way to carry your camera. Especially one as expensive as this one is. I treat my cameras like a woman. While they’re with me they’re very special and I take every precaution to protect them. So I always use a strap and carry the camera over the neck. That way … [Read more…]
I have two favorite photographer books that I sit down with on a regular basis and just browse. It’s like getting the batteries charged. I always come away refreshed and ready to start taking photos. The first of the two books is Sam Abell’s The Life of a Photograph. A long time National Geographic photographer … [Read more…]
Original contents copyright 2012 by John S. Krill and/or the bylined author. All Rights Reserved.
The three were doing a shoot where the two models were sneaking up on each other from opposing sides of a building. Didn’t seem that hard to do but they talked, and talked, and analyzed the setup over, and over. I gave up and left. Original contents copyright 2012 by John S. Krill and/or the … [Read more…]
The Fire-Rescue fellow seemed more concerned with me and my camera than he was for the injured woman. After taking this photo we both did a stare-down as I walked by. He completely ignored the injured woman as he stared me down. Photographers – we’re really dangerous people. If he thought he was intimidating me he … [Read more…]
As an example of Google doing right only after the photographer provided additional proof of ownership. To top it off the photographer didn’t have to reply to Google at all and if Google hadn’t remove the photos then they too would have been liable. Here’s the link to Carolyn E. Wright’s article. Original contents copyright … [Read more…]
Getty entrance at the I-405. All the work is out of site so the whole thing looks rather benign but the truth is just the opposite. The good news is the work is on schedule. The bad news is this thing will take years. Some young drivers may spend their entire LA driving career on … [Read more…]
The last time I was in the Broad building at LACMA I was busted for taking photos of the art. So when I took this photo I expected to be warned that photography wasn’t allowed. She didn’t. Seems now that most, if not all, of the Broad collection is gone there isn’t the paranoia about … [Read more…]
On April 1, 2012 the North Orange County Computer Club, NOCCC, celebrated it’s 36th year and Jim Sanders is one of it’s 25 charter members. He’s also the only one left still active in the club. He has been the President for the last 4 years and probably has been on the Board in some … [Read more…]