The Atlantic credits my photo to someone else

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    I have a Google alert for the Haymarket Riot, so noticed that the Atlantic blogged about it. Unfortunately, for some reason, some one else was credited for use of my photo.

    www.theatlanticcities.com/neighborhoods/2012/05/what-does...

    If you look at the photo, it still has my copyright embedded in the EXIF data, and there is my signature! I wonder if this guy has used my photo elsewhere too?

    I contacted both the author, and Yoni Goldstein. Let's see how long it takes to correct the record.

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    1. opacity 33 months ago | reply

      Ugh. Good luck getting this corrected.

    2. Andy Marfia 33 months ago | reply

      That sucks, though I see they've already corrected it.

    3. Perfesser_Bear 33 months ago | reply

      I hope that it was just an oversight or a simple error. Anyway, it's fixed now.

    4. mariecarnes 33 months ago | reply

      Interestingly, they are linking it back to this page.

    5. swanksalot 33 months ago | reply

      I reached out to the author of the post, Emily Badger, and she got it corrected quickly, which is nice. I’m a little concerned that the organization that hosted the Haymarket 125 event has been sending my photo out as part of their package for a while.

      An editor at the Atlantic emailed me, in part: "The photos came from the organization Pocket Guide to Hell (pocketguidetohell.com) and [we] worked with Paul Durica.”

      I haven’t heard from them yet.

    6. Perfesser_Bear 33 months ago | reply

      Oddly enough, The Atlantic Cities link comes back to this image, not the original! Better eMail them again...

    7. pam's pics- 33 months ago | reply

      That's awful. I hope it was just an oversight

    8. zzinnia 33 months ago | reply

      zoiks! sorry to hear that.

    9. swanksalot 33 months ago | reply

      at least it got cleared up within 24 hours of me kvetching, which is more than I can say for some other large news corporations…

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