JSPArt

Joined December 2011

Joe Stallard is an internationally published photographer base in the West Country, England. This online Gallery contains images from a...

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Joe Stallard is an internationally published photographer base in the West Country, England. This online Gallery contains images from a selection of his portfolio of Portraits,Landscape, Nature, Still Life and Artwork.

Facebook Page Joe Stallard Photography
Twitter :@JSPhotoArtwork
Web Page : Joe Stallard Photography

All images are copyright 2009-2014 Joe Stallard. No image can be reproduced in part or whole without written permission

  • Joined: December 2011

Journal

Stop Legalised Theft of Copyrighted Works

Please sign and share link / Stop Legalised Theft of Copyrighted Works – e-petitions / A new legislation that has been rushed through parliament with no thought has now reached royal assent. This legislation means that photographers and illustrators alike will see their artworks legally taken and used for another’s own gain. / e-Petition
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Social Media

From “Joe Stallard Photography” on Facebook / Are social media and photo-sharing websites deleting the metadata from your images? / A new study reveals that most of them do. You’ll be surprised who the worst offenders are, and who passes with flying colours. / Link to Digital Camera World Report
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Celtic Fringe

Inspired by the beauty of the West Coast of Britain, Celtic Fringe, images of archaeological sites and the surrounding scenic views. From Lands End to the West Coast of Scotland, much of this coast line is unspoilt and has wonderful views and sunsets across the Atlantic. / Seach JSPArt for further details
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UK Jessops

Sky News is reporting that Jessops will indeed enter administration, and has confirmed PricewaterhouseCoopers has been appointed administrator. Sky also reports that Jessops will not honour gift certifcates, nor accept returned goods. It is believed some 2000 jobs are at stake.
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