Credit where credit is due...I've wanted to share an issue that is near and very dear to my heart; crediting an artist or photographer when you share their work. I'm seeing more and more a casual disregard for the artist and her work. As an artist and photographer my work is my life, it's who I am and how I make a living. Sharing my work to the world makes me so happy but if you share and don't link or credit you're stealing, plain and simple.Credit where credit is due... by NaomiVanDoren
I think Christopher Burdett touches on this subject perfectly. Please take a moment to read and share.
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