March/April 2014 'Animal Photography Contest'

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March/April 2014 'Animal Photography Contest'

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Just wanted to point out that anyone deciding to enter the current contest should definitely take the time to read the Rules of submissions, in particular, Rule # 10 sections 'a', 'b', 'c', and 'd'. This section details you waiving any rights to your digital submissions and allows Corel to use them in any way they see fit in perpetuity...(forever). If you're OK with that, have fun and good luck in the contest. Just thought this was important enough to mention as this has been an issue with these types of photo contests in the past. :)
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Re: March/April 2014 'Animal Photography Contest'

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You think that's bad? How about Getty Images, the world's largest photo service, making it's photos free. Professional Photogs have used Getty to sell their images. I think Getty just cut their pay..

http://www.theverge.com/2014/3/5/547520 ... ree-to-use
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