My good friend David Gilliver is running a lighting course on Tuesday evenings from 22 May to 26 June 2012 at the Rosstown Hotel in Carnegie, Melbourne. The course consists of 6 lecture/demo sessions and one practical outdoor session, conducted over 6 weeks. This course starts with basic theory and then applies that theory through a structured series of live camera demos displayed on a digital projector. Students watch each photo being created and are able to scrutinise the lighting setup and the camera settings used. For more information, visit his course page here and have a look at the course outline or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
I’ve just had one of my iPhone cases removed. This one: by RedBubble citing that it does not conform to their user guidelines in that I do not own the image.
Considering RedBubble’s promotion email launching the iPhone cases had at least three noticeable copyright violations, I find this a little hard to understand. Does anyone know how the RB system works? Is it only when someone complains?
For the record, here are the three cases I am talking about:
Perhaps they need to read their own User Guidelines…
The Phoenix Appeal (a group set up here on RedBubble to help with the Victorian bushfires) is asking for works to add to its collection to help raise money for the victims of the floods in Queensland. More information here
Please, if there’s any shirt designers out there who can give up a design, I know the PA would really appreciate it. I’m off to work on something now.