Without attribution of the images borrowed from Flickr you are violating the terms of most CC licenses. I also note that the image "photo detail" given above indicates "All rights reserved". Obviously not a Creative Commons image.
The concept of "punitive damages" is completely lost of the radio station.While we can debate the photographer's tone in all this, the one aspect none of us should be debating is that the Radio Station committed a crime.
When someone puts the D4 sensor in a D700 form factor I'll vote.
Horshack: It's the same rope-a-dope strategy Facebook employs in all their ToS changes. It's designed to lull you into a false sense of security while they systematically keep pressing the ToS until they have the right to sell all your private information to the highest bidders.
Anyone that believes Instagram (read: Facebook) will not do everything in its power to monetise user content is just niaive.
The 70-300 was often reported as good as the 70-200 in that range. How will this be any advancement given the cost differential?
EmmanuelStarchild: This looks like a pretty sweet deal. So, I can make money if Getty Images wants to license photos that I post to Flickr? How exactly can I make sure Getty actually sees these images for consideration?
GIC does not accept images for review and GAP has been closed to submissions for some time.
After the intitial invitation to join Getty, getting images selected is a rather random and obscure process that involves "curators" going through your photostream and finding stuff they like/want/need.
chekist: I think in D600 vs D800 comparison few important features are overlooked:
Max flash synch 1/200 vs 1/250, according to Nikon both have FP flash (DP erroneously does not mention FP for D600)AE bracketing 3 vs 9 max (DP erroneously identified as 7) frames, which means that it would be harder to do HDR, but D600 allows for 2 F-stop change (which DP erroneously identifies as 1-fstop).
Those actually weigh into my decision about which one to get. I think they should be included over pixels of exposure metering, which I do not know how to practically interpret - oh, thats a lot I reckon...
But I actually like 24 instead of 36MP. 12MP was a bit tight, but 36MP for me is just a waste of time and space.
You have captured my thoughts regarding my D700. I would have jumped at a D700 form factor with a D4 sensor. The D800 is just too much of a beast with some bad habits. This D600 is good but it just doesn't tick all my boxes.
It would be amusing if the D600 produces finer images than the D800.
Shogun Fantastico: Just another misstep by Nikon. When will they learn not to build $4000 cameras when people aching for $1,854 cameras only have $600 in their domkes, no? When they learn to honor their market, I will await for a $721 camera with a 18-500mm f1.8 lens and a medium format sensor in a small body I can put in my kimono without obvious bulging and enter museums. I am crazy for pictures of beautiful light effects and brick walls. Nikon Picture Controls do this for me. Canon is way better, but I may sell it for this now.
I applaud the humour.
I ruthlessly remove any image tags that identify me in a photo.
Great story, great photo.
Wonderful book. A nice treat.
Looks familiar... the image, not the place. I think it has won other challenges.
I loved that the passenger was snapping a pic of the photographer...or at least trying to. This pic got my top vote too.
Hard to imagine how sad those who voted low must be.
Is she hanging upside down? I can't rationalise away the look of her breasts. It is as if they are trying to escape.
How did they manage to keep all the little modern fleas away from the tall ships? I tried to capture a similar shot as the parade of sail left Halifax harbour last year but there were so many pleasure craft dogging the big ships it was impossible.
Are the eyes of the model re-colored?