I use Facebook and have a few pictures that I use for a profile pic which is a tiny thumbnail that appears next to your posts, I get them from various places and don't think much about them belonging to someone as long as they don't depict an individual. The one I had been using up until yesterday was a pic of Kyle and Amanda Franklin from their Wing Walking act and I just got a PM from the photographer asking me to quit using it (which I did) but really what could she do, I'm not selling it it's Facebook?.
Funny though I was just telling my brother-in-law he couldn't use You Tube videos (of various source material) set to music and call himself a Video Production Company and this person comes out of the blue and gets all huffy about a 1/2' square pic of a Biplane with a girl standing on it. I stopped using it as a courtesy but still I don't really think she can do much about something that's already out there on FB but maybe a Photog could give his view on it, this isn't a problem for me I just found it ironic that it's been my way of honoring someone (for a year now) and suddenly someone wants me to take it down because it's "their" photo but really can they keep someone else who might not be so courteous from sharing it just because they like it?
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