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Joanne Roehm is a freelance writer in Grand Rapids, Michigan. She blogs about kids crafts, cupcakes, rubber-stamping and more on her blog Ready, Set, Craft!
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AHHH—I LOVE the sidewalk photos idea!! So adorable. Will definitely be doing this with my friends this weekend :]
Carrie did the photograph.. she is an amazing photographer. http://carrieannemiranda.com/
I hope this photographer has given permission to use this photo. It is not OK to steal photographers images that they have create without even so much as a credit given.
Not cool to use this photo without permission.
This is illegal to not give permission for this image
It is illegal to use someone else’s picture without their permission. This image belong to Carrie Anne Miranda from
You should NOT post photos on your site that you do NOT own! You need permission from the photographer or it is theft!!
You really should give the photographer credits for this image or take it down.
Please do some research and be sure to not only credit the photographer, but also get their permission.
Nice picture.. would love for you to have gotten permission to use it before you used it though.. not a very good move on your part
I quit my job a year ago. I now survive by stealing. Seriously, I go to the local store and I shove food in pockets, down my pants, in my purse, etc. It is so much easier than going to work and paying with money. Stealing rocks! You should do it too! Babble does… They steal images from hard working photographers.
Shame on you!
You guys are all crazy. They did credit the photographer and gave a link back. If anything they’re promoting the photographer b/c now whenever anyone sees this page they’ll see Carrie’s work. Carrie should be thanking them.
excuse me, babble supporter. they ILLEGALLY used an image that was property of the photographer…people generally pay for that. oh, and she should be credited, it was her work. she didn’t have to allow them to use this image, so you can thank her for letting it be.
She should thank them for stealing her photo, crop it, using in their own marketing without her consent and only credited her when she called them out on it…uh…don’t hold your breathe!
@ babble Supporter… if you were following along you would’ve seen that the original post did NOT credit the photographer. They were contacted about the error and then they corrected it! Basically the concept of steal it now and ask for forgiveness later.
How would you like it if someone stole from you?
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