Apparently, Los Angeles Clippers player Lamar Odom was fed up with being photographed by paparazzi when he open a photographer’s car door, pulled out bag of camera gear and threw it into the middle of the street. [click to continue…]
This is a crazy operation in Russia where a group of thieves coordinate to distract a photographer while taking what looks like his Nikon 70-200 right off the camera that’s handing on his neck.
At first, we see the photographer/tourist approached by a group of people putting things in front of him in an attempt to distract.
Then, one of the thieves slips his hands under the papers held up and removes the lens. [click to continue…]
Back in February, Sugar Factory stole at least one of Ryan Doco Connors’ photos, using it on a t-shirt that it sold in its online store. When Connors called them out on it, he was told that
Theft Sugar Factory had a legal right to use it because they changed it by 40%, which is a load of crap (legally speaking).
Instead of launching an expensive legal campaign to exercise his rights, Connors did a photo shoot in honor of Sugar Factory’s theft. Check it out below. [click to continue…]
Remember when the first RED EPIC that shipped out to a customer a couple weeks ago?
Well, it was stolen.
Someone broke into Mark Pederson’s chalet while he was vacationing in France and stole the only EPIC-M that’s gone out the door to a customer. Jim Jannard is offering $100,000 to the camera’s safe return and the conviction of the thieves. [click to continue…]