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Unfortunately in this business, the most successful and inspiring photographers have the most copycats. This can be quite frustrating because we all know how much time, effort, and creativity we put into our work, our websites and our business branding, so for an unethical photographer (or fauxtographer!) to come along and just swipe it all...well, that pretty much sucks!
I hear about website plagarism almost every time a group of pros gets together...it is just sadly another part of the business these days. This week alone, I have been alerted to three photographers who stole word-for-word verbiage from my own portrait site...kind of makes me go "hmmmmm," in a creative business like photography, especially when they copy my bio!
Use a site like CopyScape if you dare or type your original website wording into "quotes" and google to see what comes up...hopefully, you will find nothing!
When I was in college, I had a friend who was a professional photographer. The first time I went to her home, I walked in to find stunning photographs of her children on the walls.
There was a huge canvas in their living room and a creative photo display in the main hallway. I remember being so moved by the beauty of those images, thinking to myself, “I want to create images like this!” I bought myself a DSLR as a graduation present, learned photography from online courses and started my photography business about a year later.