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  • Originally posted by BigLakeBob View Post
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    Like your Henderson/Excelsior posts.

    Mike Love

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    • Originally posted by ihrescue View Post
      Vintage Pic of the Day - October 1, 2020

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      Unless otherwise noted I do not own these images I post.

      Mike Love

      Apr 14, 2015 Under U.S. law, copyright in a photograph is the property of the person who presses the shutter on the camera — not the person who owns the camera, and not even the person in the photo. Unless a written agreement exists that makes the photo a work made for hire, any person you ask to take your picture with your camera owns the copyright in that photo — not you.
      Eric Smith
      AMCA #886

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      • Interesting.I always thought the person who owned the negative owned the rights.
        Tom

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        • Originally posted by exeric View Post
          Apr 14, 2015 Under U.S. law, copyright in a photograph is the property of the person who presses the shutter on the camera — not the person who owns the camera, and not even the person in the photo. Unless a written agreement exists that makes the photo a work made for hire, any person you ask to take your picture with your camera owns the copyright in that photo — not you.
          Yes Eric - its an interesting area. You could buy a collection of photos, negatives, old plates etc at an auction and maybe not be authorized to publish them because as you said the person that activated the shutter owns the rights. Thanks for those great comments.

          Mike Love

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          • But if they are posted online, Folks,..

            Don't they become 'public domain'?

            What if the shutter operator is long dead?

            Just askin'...

            ....Cotten
            AMCA #776
            Dumpster Diver's Motto: Seek,... and Ye Shall Find!

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            • That's how I interpreted it as well, Tom.
              Eric Smith
              AMCA #886

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              • Originally posted by T. Cotten View Post
                But if they are posted online, Folks,..

                Don't they become 'public domain'?

                What if the shutter operator is long dead?

                Just askin'...

                ....Cotten
                All good comments - I need to do some research.

                Mike Love

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                • And to just be able to share some old pictures and have some fun and entertainment could become a legal mess, what bulls!!t.
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                  Wonder what is going on with no exhaust in the last photo, I'm sure he was well appreciated going through town at midnight.

                  DISCLAIMER:I DID NOT TAKE THESE PHOTOS. I WON THEM ALL FROM A CONTEST ON THE CAIMAG SITE. ANY PHOTOS I POST FROM NOW ON CAME TO ME ON A FLASH DRIVE FROM THAT CONTEST.
                  Last edited by BigLakeBob; 10-01-2020, 04:47 PM.
                  Bob Rice #6738
                  End of the Line 1988 TW

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                  • If you "fix" a pic, Folks,...

                    Is that 'artistic license'?

                    ....Cotten
                    PS: I believe the original was originally snagged from the Jolly Rogers MC site, I could be wrong.
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                    AMCA #776
                    Dumpster Diver's Motto: Seek,... and Ye Shall Find!

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                    • Vintage Pics of the Day - October 2, 2020

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                      It sounds like Charles Franklin was quite an extraordinary guy.

                      Mike Love

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                      • Originally posted by T. Cotten View Post
                        If you "fix" a pic, Folks,...

                        Is that 'artistic license'?

                        ....Cotten
                        PS: I believe the original was originally snagged from the Jolly Rogers MC site, I could be wrong.
                        I liked doing those puzzles when I was a kid. All I can pick out is the litter/paper(?) that was stuck to the back axle.?.
                        By the way, in my book, the edited one is officially yours now!

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                        • I certainly don't own these. More from CAImag.

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                          • Originally posted by droptopford View Post
                            I liked doing those puzzles when I was a kid. All I can pick out is the litter/paper(?) that was stuck to the back axle.?.
                            By the way, in my book, the edited one is officially yours now!
                            I took a lot of liberties with it, Droptop!

                            Particularly his beer.

                            Its for everybody to enjoy,..

                            (But I kept the high-resolution version for myself, of course.)

                            ....Cotten
                            Last edited by T. Cotten; 10-02-2020, 11:58 AM.
                            AMCA #776
                            Dumpster Diver's Motto: Seek,... and Ye Shall Find!

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                            • Originally posted by T. Cotten View Post
                              I took a lot of liberties with it, Droptop!

                              Particularly his beer.
                              Well, I should have looked closer and with a bigger screen. All of those white flecks/marks that you got rid of... are they imperfections in the original photo or were those pieces of paper flying around in the wind? The white rag that you brushed out (behind the bike) was obviously real.
                              I still don't see the beer though.?. Or is that what's on the tank? I need a higher res screen.
                              Last edited by droptopford; 10-02-2020, 04:54 PM.

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                              • Things get lost when they go through the wash, Droptop!

                                And even more when a pic is reduced for upload.

                                This forum's format is pretty decent, (if not great once you figure it out), but its all trial and error to size large enough, and it won't let me delete duplicates.

                                And I used to be able to insert the pics inline in the post, but after the last forum upgrade, I can only post attached thumbnails.

                                ....Cotten
                                PS: Still, the best part of the pic is the "uh-oh" squad.
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                                AMCA #776
                                Dumpster Diver's Motto: Seek,... and Ye Shall Find!

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