Newspaper Editor Says Posting a Photo to Facebook Makes it Public Domain

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Normally, we wouldn’t give much attention to the thoughts of an editor/publisher for a small community newspaper.

 

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Colorado Photog Takes to Facebook and Saves Weddings Disrupted By Floods

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As a veteran wedding photographer, Sarah Roshan knows how tough it is to make everything come together and how devastating it can be when plans fall apart at the last minute — even if the culprit is something as seemingly intractable as the worst…

 

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As a veteran wedding photographer, Sarah Roshan knows how tough it is to make everything come together and how devastating it can be when plans fall apart at the last minute — even if the culprit is something as seemingly intractable as the worst…

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Blast from the Past: Photos Captured 125 Years Ago with the Kodak No. 1

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It could be argued that consumer photography didn’t begin until 1888, when Eastman Kodak made his Kodak No.

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It could be argued that consumer photography didn’t begin until 1888, when Eastman Kodak made his Kodak No.

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The Beauty Of Decay: Gorgeous Shots of Creepy, Abandoned Buildings

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Urban exploration photographer Niki Feijen takes photos of abandoned ruins, finding beauty in his work. ..

Do you ever wonder what lies behind that fence, past the DO NO ENTER sign ? Welcome to the Art of Urbex by Niki Feijen. My book “Disciple of Decay” and prints are for sale at www.ArtofUrbex.com. To protect locations from vandals they won’t be revealed.Description

I was born in 1977 in Eindhoven, located in the south of The Netherlands. Altough it’s not my profession i’ve been experimenting with photography ever since i was a kid. While shooting several years with a Nikon F65 analog camera i soon switched to the joy of digital photography. Started out with Sony and Panasonic I ended up with a Nikon D70 being my first digital SLR. A world opened up and after a D90 i’m settled with the fantastic full frame D800 now. an Awesome combo with the Nikon 14-24mm 2.8 lens.After a diversity of photography directions (Landscapes, Sports, Concerts) i discovered Urbex photography.
Urbex, short for Urban Exploring is according to Wikipedia: The examination of the normally unseen or off-limits parts of urban areas or industrial facilities. So basically visiting and photographing abandoned buildings, tunnels, industry, castles etc.

Most of my shots are HDR shots, short for High Dynamic Range. HDR is perfect for low light locations but it has to be subtle. 

Besides Urbex i have this crazy stairs addiction. I can spend hours underneath a staircase just to take that one awesome shot. When shot right, a stairwell or an atmospheric urbex shot can turn into something very special, almost a piece of art. 

That’s the exactly what i want to show people;

The beauty of decay, the Art of Urbex.

To protect the locations from vandals and looters, the locations will never be revealed. So please do not ask for them.

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Future of newspapers – CBC.ca

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Future of newspapers
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Conrad Black made an appeal to newspapers to reclaim the high ground of journalism, in the face of digital media and television competitors that present little of substance.

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Photographer Embarks on 40,000km Bike Trek Around the World with His Camera

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Yesterday, our own Alan Steadman shared some advice. He told you to go out and explore, to travel, to see the world and meet new people so that those experiences could inform the stories you tell when you’re working behind the camera.

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Google+ Unveils Improved RAW-to-JPEG Conversion, Supports Over 70 Cameras

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It’s hardly news that Google+ is doing its damnedest to secure itself as the social network of choice for the photographic community.

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The World’s Largest Film Camera Redefines Mobile Photography

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The phrase “go big or go home” seems to take on a special significance with photographer Dennis Manarchy. Obsessed with the concept of scale and the possibilities of working with massive negatives …

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Getty Critics: Poking Fun at Flawed Stock Photography

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Art directors Andrew MacPhee and Bart Batchelor are intimately familiar with Getty Images’ massive stock photo library.

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Kodak Alaris Will Keep the Kodak Legacy Alive, Has ‘No Plans’ to Stop Selling Film

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Now that Eastman Kodak’s bankruptcy woes are over and the company has switched its focus primarily to commercial printing, its name probably won’t show up here as often as it once did. But that doesn’t mean that the Kodak photographic legacy is dead.

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