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01/17/2013 11:27:34 AM · #1
I have made an official complaint!

The cheek!

01/17/2013 12:05:07 PM · #2
Lol ! I remember that one ! Good luck with the Daily Fail Ben

01/17/2013 12:16:22 PM · #3
It seems to heap insult upon injury that the article is fallacious! Unless you were really trying to sell that teapot on Ebay. Go get them!

EDIT: Ah, I see on your photo that it was a spoof. So there really was such a photo and they grabbed the wrong one? Crazy.

Message edited by author 2013-01-17 12:17:33.
01/17/2013 12:20:54 PM · #4
typical dpc, your image was the only one half-decent ;-)
01/17/2013 12:27:46 PM · #5
Your complaint and the fact they used a non-eBay photo should make for a humorous follow-up article. :-D
01/17/2013 12:28:18 PM · #6
Originally posted by DrAchoo:

...the article is fallacious!...

:-D
01/17/2013 12:42:14 PM · #7
I think it's rather insipid of them to think that the shots are accidental. maybe the yellow dress, but none of the others.
01/17/2013 01:11:16 PM · #8
Originally posted by Skip:

typical dpc, your image was the only one half-decent ;-)

I thought the point was that they were all indecent ... ;-)
01/17/2013 01:14:38 PM · #9
LOL!
And just where the heck have *you* been for 18 months, Ben?
01/17/2013 02:51:03 PM · #10
Originally posted by kirbic:

LOL!
And just where the heck have *you* been for 18 months, Ben?

keeping his seat on the SC warm :P
01/17/2013 03:11:55 PM · #11
I've been around, entering a few challenges here and there, but also found a great new job, moved into a flat with my girlfriend, and other general life kinds of things! Going to hopefully start getting my camera out more often now though! :)
01/17/2013 03:16:44 PM · #12
Originally posted by Konador:

....moved into a flat with my girlfriend, ...

when you get your next place, go for an jagged, or a circular, they're much more interesting to live in.
furniture placement takes on a whole new level of planning.

Good to see some more SC members online, and participating. looking forward to hoepfully seeing more work from you, love the portfolio.

Message edited by author 2013-01-17 15:17:17.
01/17/2013 06:22:26 PM · #13
More important then them stealing your photo is. Another member of the Site council has reemerged from the depths of nowhere!

Welcome back Ben.
01/17/2013 07:59:33 PM · #14
Yep, good to see your name in the forums, 2780.gif Konador!
Although I 'have' seen your pics in the Challenges recently
and was pleased to know you're still around.
You have always yanked at the limits of photography and I hope you always will.
01/17/2013 08:43:26 PM · #15
Originally posted by MattO:

More important then them stealing your photo is. Another member of the Site council has reemerged from the depths of nowhere!

Welcome back Ben.


I'll have to look more closely - I thought the tripod placement had prevented exposure!

01/18/2013 12:55:17 AM · #16
Originally posted by SaraR:

Originally posted by MattO:

More important then them stealing your photo is. Another member of the Site council has reemerged from the depths of nowhere!

Welcome back Ben.


I'll have to look more closely - I thought the tripod placement had prevented exposure!


Ben gets that alot, you have to use Macro mode or a true macro lens....poor guy.

LOL

Matt
01/18/2013 02:18:43 AM · #17
Seriously? People take off their clothes to take pictures of things to sell on ebay...???
01/18/2013 02:48:53 AM · #18
Originally posted by MattO:

Originally posted by SaraR:

Originally posted by MattO:

More important then them stealing your photo is. Another member of the Site council has reemerged from the depths of nowhere!

Welcome back Ben.


I'll have to look more closely - I thought the tripod placement had prevented exposure!


Ben gets that alot, you have to use Macro mode or a true macro lens....poor guy.

LOL

Matt


Au contraire, Blackadder! I had to buy my girlfriend a fisheye just so that she could appreciate the full scope of the thing!
01/18/2013 04:26:07 AM · #19
Looks like I'm in The Sun as well!
01/18/2013 05:45:42 AM · #20
From the Mail to the Sun. You're moving up in the world!
01/18/2013 06:08:39 AM · #21
Originally posted by tanguera:

Seriously? People take off their clothes to take pictures of things to sell on ebay...???


Most people do over here.
01/18/2013 09:01:09 AM · #22
Originally posted by tanguera:

Seriously? People take off their clothes to take pictures of things to sell on ebay...???


um yeah....Don't you. I thought everybody did that.....LOL
01/18/2013 12:53:14 PM · #23
Originally posted by cowboy221977:

Originally posted by tanguera:

Seriously? People take off their clothes to take pictures of things to sell on ebay...???


um yeah....Don't you. I thought everybody did that.....LOL


I do all my photos naked! It makes studio sessions a little awkward....at first anyway. And assignments can be a bit challenging at time for the newspaper, but I always shoot in the RAW!

Matt
01/18/2013 01:26:27 PM · #24
I remember the original (true) photo from years ago and your more recent homage as well. How funny they chose the latter. Oops! All in good fun, anyway. I hope you didn't threaten them, they probably "stole" it innocently enough.

01/18/2013 01:38:23 PM · #25
Originally posted by tanguera:

Seriously? People take off their clothes to take pictures of things to sell on ebay...???


Yeah, don't you?
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