A lot has been said lately about the problem of stolen photos on the internet.
Somehow the web has given people the idea that every image online is somehow free - in the "public domain" they call it, when nothing could be further from the truth.
In fact the exact opposite is true; according to international copyright laws EVERY SINGLE IMAGE IS AUTOMATICALLY COPYRIGHTED AS SOON AS IT IS PUBLISHED ONLINE. Every image is created and owned by someone, in this case, every photo on this site was created and is owned by Christopher Evers digital photographer and unless you have permission from him to use these images, you are breaking the law by downloading them from file-sharing sites or using them in your own web-pages.
This is the law, and it has not changed just for the internet. Some people think file-sharing helps the little guy against the big guys, or they see all the stolen images on the web and assume it's legal. What they pretend not to see is that the reason we see so many stolen images online is that there are millions of thieves in the world, and that file-sharing really means the huge masses against the little guy who is trying to make a living with his or her work.
Baring this in mind remember if you use images without permission you can be sued...
All of the images on this site are available to purchase if you live in the UK email me for latest prices (email@example.com)
please do respect the copyright on these images. I am available to book for all aspects of photography, in the UK, on the mobile number on this page (left) you can also e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks again, Chris.
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