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Burglars Steal $200K+ in Leica Gear from Camera Store

A popular camera store in the UK was targeted this week by burglars who made off with over $200,000 in Leica cameras and lenses. Ffordes in the North of Scotland says that it was broken into in the early hours on Wednesday morning.

He Said No, Fox News Used His Images Anyway

Over the weekend, Ellicott City, Maryland was pummeled by massive rainfall, which triggered devastating flash floods through the historic district of town. Resident Max Robinson was trapped in an apartment building near Main St and Maryland Ave when he started documenting what transpired on Twitter.

If You Buy This Canon 50mm f0.95 on eBay, Know That It’s Stolen

A few weeks ago, photographer Daniel Zvereff told me a story about how his Canon 50mm f0. 95 lens got stolen while on a trip in Mexico--and today the lens has appeared on eBay for sale. Daniel, who has been featured here on the site many times, has done some fantastic Kodak Aerochrome work, and is currently in our zine, spotted the lens just today and reached out to tell us about it.

Copyright & Censorship on Instagram: How Marie Claire Stole My Photo

Yesterday I found out that one of my photos was misused, stolen if you ask me, by a major international company. Sadly this type of thing is so common that it’s almost not worth writing about. However, it’s what happened during my quest to call-out the company that really captured my attention. I was contacted […]

What Do You Do when Someone Steals Your Photo for ‘A Good Cause’?

In about one week, we will mark the anniversary of the most traumatic and violent piece of French history in the last decades. On the 13th of November, 2015, several coordinated terrorist attacks took place in Paris, less than a year after the attacks against the newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Today, Paris still feels different. Much […]

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Canon Shares Composite Photo Made with a Fujifilm Camera Without Credit

Canon recently shared a beautiful Golden Hour landscape photograph on social media in Italy and Spain. Problem was, it was a composite photo in which a large portion of the image was taken without permission (and without giving credit) from a photo by well-known landscape photographer Elia Locardi. Fstoppers first reported on the infringement after […]

No, You Can’t Use My Photos On Your Brand’s Instagram For Free

My name is Max Dubler, and I am a professional photographer who has been working full time in downhill skateboarding for the last several years. I am a well-known person within this little niche: I started an influential website with my friends, was on staff for the only downhill magazine since its first issue, have […]

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Burglars Are Focusing In On Camera Stores Across the U.S.

It seems that burglars are increasingly targeting camera stores across the United States, going as far as to cut holes in buildings (or ramming holes with cars) in order to steal thousands upon thousands of dollars worth of equipment in a matter of minutes.

Instagram Star Caught Using Other People’s Photos

Daryl Aiden Yow is a Singapore-based photographer and social media influencer who has over 100,000 followers on Instagram. He’s at the center of controversy today after it was found that many of his Instagram photos were actually uncredited images shot by others.

Record Label Insults Photographer After Stealing Her Photos

Photographers commonly deal with photos being used without permission these days, but oftentimes infringements can be resolved in a friendly and agreeable way. Concert photographer Adrienne Row-Smith recently experienced the opposite: after asking nicely that her misused photos be taken down, Row-Smith received some angry words for a music label. The incident began after Row-Smith […]

Photographer Souvid Datta Appears to Have Plagiarized Mary Ellen Mark

The award-winning photographer Souvid Datta found himself in the middle of a controversy this week when his photo of a young sex trafficking victim was used to promote a photo contest. But now a serious new accusation has emerged that threatens Datta’s credibility as a photojournalist: one of plagiarism.