Notes on life, art, photography and technology, by a Danish dropout bohemian.
"It stays crunchy in milk and can be used as a suppository." - dadaist spam
So EO, is the gal in the red dress a friend of yours? You always did like red...
No, but I wouldn't mind meeting her, I find her big eyes appealing.
Her T-T-T-Teeth aren't bad either!
Hi, reading your blog for a while now (found it once via TOP) and like the good observations and pictures. But one thing is bugging me: in this type of "picture-posts" you usually give no credits to the original photographer or site where the pictures are from.Is this on purpose?(I ask this partially because with pictures like the girl in the red dress i would like to see more :-) , and partially because i imagine that you as a professional photographer would bug this too if done with your own work)
Yes, I hear you. I try to give credit when I can, but mostly such images as I post en masse are found on random sites without credit, for example the red dress here.
Why not link to the site that's stamped on the lower right corner of the image: www.dusaleev.com (which in this case happens to be the photogs personal site).I think giving a do-follow link is the least one can do when publishing other people stuff without asking for permission.
Here's the owner's copyright statement from his site:All images found on www.dusaleev.com may not be stored, used, distributed, manipulated, reproduced or showed publicly or privately without a written permission from the artist. All pictures presented here are for viewing on this web site only. Design and content © 2008-2009 Slava Dusaleev.
Wow, you have good eyes, I had not even *seen* that text, and I don't think I could have read it if you had not done so first.
OK, I have linked now. I could take it down, but in my experience mostly people put up such a warning to ward off commercial use, not casual use, which gives them free promotion. I will of course remove it if he demands it.
... And I have now mailed him and asked about it.
http://eolake.blogspot.com/2009/09/author-unknown.htmlThe same red lady?
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