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Photographer behind famous 'monkey selfie' is broke after years-long copyright battle

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Photographer behind famous 'monkey selfie' is broke after years-long copyright battle

The monkey pressed the shutter so David Slater the photographer cannot claim copyright....

Monkey see....monkey do :mellow:

 

https://www.dpreview.com/news/7323283771/photographer-behind-famous-monkey-selfie-broke-after-years-long-copyright-battle

monkey1.jpg

 

His website.........no not the monkey`s http://www.djsphotography.co.uk/

It is totally humbling and almost beyond my ability to write here just what impact these images have had. Some people admit to crying with laughter,

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As a photographer, he should have known the law on copyright, so he deserves all he gets for passing off an ape's photo as his own work. 

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1 minute ago, Bossybabe said:

As a photographer, he should have known the law on copyright, so he deserves all he gets for passing off an ape's photo as his own work. 

:lol: I hear the monkey has retired

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