Picture Stealers

josh44

Songster
11 Years
Jun 16, 2008
1,710
47
181
San Antonio Texas


Have you ever had your pictures stolen or used in someone elses adds ???

Was Browsing through hatching eggs on Ebay, & saw that someone stole my Polish Picture & is useing it to sell their eggs


Beware !!!

What Do you Do when someone uses you pics ???

I tried contacting ebay, but that didn't work


Here is my pic they are using, on their add

 

SundownWaterfowl

Crowing
11 Years
Mar 16, 2008
9,764
70
293
Southern Columbia County NY
I've had somebody copy everything I had written on my ads, just copied and pasted it. I contacted ebay and the auction was removed and I never saw the seller offering eggs again.

Contact ebay through live help, thats what I did and it got fixed quick.
 

Jferlisi

i dont eat chicken!!!!
9 Years
Nov 2, 2010
1,362
4
153
Menifee CA
OMG really. How lazy do they have to be to go and take a pic of there own chickens, NOOOO they have to search the internet for someone else chicken LOL.
 

Poultrybonkers

Crowing
Mar 22, 2011
3,719
1,382
346
My Coop
No wonder why they stole it it's gorgeous! Lovely colors people steal things because they can't get a nice picture like that. I've never had my pics stolen but it would make me mad if someone did. I mean is t that hard to take a camera and snap a pic of Thier own?
 

Laurajean

Slightly Touched
9 Years
Apr 2, 2010
4,304
16
221
New Hampshire
I do freelance photography and also do all the advertising photography of insects for my boss, who's an exterminator. We've seen other companies steal my pics from our website and I just write to them and tell them that the photo is my property, that it's copyright protected, and that they can either A) remove it immediately, B)pay me a royalty of X $ amount, or C) I will sue them. I've never once received a reply, but the photos always immediately disappear.
And by the way, all of my photos are not actually copyright protected, but no one has ever challenged me on it, because they know they stole it.
 

perolane

Songster
9 Years
Jun 20, 2010
741
5
121
Louisiana
Quote:Contact the seller & tell them exactly what Laurajean said.

Photography is considered "art".....copyright is immediate...as soon as the art work is completed by the artist/photographer, it becomes the property of the artist & all rights are retained by the artist. No useage of the work is allowed without express written consent of the artist.

I made a living as an artist for alot of years!


Go get 'em!!!
 
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gogoalie

Songster
9 Years
May 15, 2010
490
1
109
Alaska
You can try to watermark your photo, but those in the know, can copy the photo still, create a layer, & then edit out the watermark, & then save the layer...
 

Sjisty

Scribe of Brahmalot
10 Years
May 18, 2009
4,252
338
311
Brooksville
When the old American Brahma Club site was working, I had an album of my Brahmas. They changed to a new website and removed all the albums but are now using my pictures without giving me credit. They have even mis-labeled some of the colors!
 

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