The slideshow consists of all of the 1000 shots taken during the PIAA AA semifinals at the Benjamin Johnston Memorial Stadium on December 8, 2012.
The Wyomissing Spartans take the 2012 PIAA AA semifinals with a 35-13 victory over the Imhotep Panthers. ‘Wyo’ Spartans will face Aliquippa in state title game December 15, 2012 in Hersey, PA. The game is also a head to head meet of talented running backs Alex Anzalone (#24) and David Williams (#33).
NewsWorks.org has the full story and a slideshow with a selection of the best shots. You can see them here: http://www.newsworks.org/index.php/component/flexicontent/item/48090-the-imhotep-panthers-dreams-of-a-state-championship-end-in-defeat-gallery
Construction has started on a Philadelphia Quaker meetinghouse that will feature a James Turrell Skyspace. The worship space at 20 East Mermaid Lane in Chestnut Hill will feature an aperture in the ceiling that opens to the sky. The light installation…
Philadelphia, PA USA – August 31, 2012; Photography is my livelihood – I breathe, dream and live this – sometimes though – but many times rewarding life because I choose to. I have bills to pay, equipment to invest in and mouth to feed. I run a photography business and I love it!
So, lets say you were hungry and you took a big bite out of that juicy apple. It was delicious! But someone spotted you and tells you that you have to buy it now. You put it back instead. This is wrong, right? Not only it is common courtesy, there is a law in place. Compensate for taking someones property. Of course this applies to (republished) photography as well. Copyright protects the creator of the image. If you want to use a photo you need to have permission. Ask the owner what compensation he wants for that. If you both agree then you can use that amazing image to show to your audience.
But sometimes there is no price tag on the image and no-one of the sales department seems to be around. Do you peek around to see if someone’s watching like the greedy aforementioned apple lover? Well, this is the internet and there are great free tools. It is very easy to find out who created the image and therefore who deserves to be compensated.
Free tools like Google’s Image Search (Chrome add on) or TinEye make it very easy to track the origin of an image. A quick drag-and-drop process will only take you a second or two to find the website of the owner. Check if the owner offers licensing options via his site. Many times you can get a Getty license via the photographer’s Flickr page as well. If not, send an email asking what the compensation would be. Don’t only offer credit, the creator can’t work for that alone. Reward the time and energy with fair compensation so that the photographer can keep on doing what he and you like.