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Image Perspective

Jun 10, 2014 Comments Off on Image Perspective by

Perspective.  The item that probably most effects our lives.  Everything from how we see objects and people to how they see us is all about perspective. One sees a glass half full another sees it half empty and what about the ones that see the liquid inside, the condensation on the outside and the color […]

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Photographing Remote Control Vehicles

May 18, 2014 Comments Off on Photographing Remote Control Vehicles by

A very fun thing to do is taking photographs of remote control vehicles like airplanes and cars. I have been photographing them all the way back to the 1980’s. I also photographed remote controlled speed boats. My suggestion is to find a park or large open field and you will likely find a group or […]

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Circumventing the 7th Amendment

May 15, 2014 Comments Off on Circumventing the 7th Amendment by

I have written many articles concerning copyright infringement over the years. It is so common people have an attitude that it does not matter. Well it does and will continue to matter. This article is concerning a case that was decided with a summary judgment. I am not a big fan of summary judgment but […]

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Maximum statutory damages awarded

May 15, 2014 Comments Off on Maximum statutory damages awarded by

Finally, the infringers are getting their due. The very recently decided case of Getty Images vs Virtual Clinics, et al has set the standards again for protecting the copyrights. Hiding, ignoring the infringing and claiming all kinds of defenses for not paying fees just does not work. The basis of the case is that 2 […]

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Injustice for All, Summary Misjudgment

Nov 14, 2013 Comments Off on Injustice for All, Summary Misjudgment by

Injustice for All, Summary Misjudgment is a documentary describing the times and troubles of some everyday working independent artists.  The allegations are about the way they were treated and mistreated in our court system.  Their work was allegedly taken or used to make extremely similar works without their knowledge or consent. It is about how […]

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