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Re: Re: photo credits

You are right...
In this iris-photo onelist, it probably IS common practice to give photographers credit for their hard work.
In addition, it IS common courtesy to do so.
However, in the real world it is (unfortunately) not always done, nor does it have to be; for many people do not care, and there are no laws to stop it.
I am sure the person posting your picture only wanted to give something to the list for people to enjoy, which is probably the same reason you posted it originally - for others to enjoy.  You should take it complimentarily. I think it would have been quite different if he posted it and tried to take credit for your work.  THAT would be offensive.
----- Original Message -----
From: Shauna
Sent: Sunday, October 03, 1999 2:09 PM
Subject: [iris-photos] Re: photo credits

Hi Patrick,
I guess I have just learned a lesson.
I thought that it was common practice (and a professional courtesy) to give credit to the photographer, no matter what. I guess I come from a world where we do that sort of thing.


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