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David Sanger
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Here's a story about my new project #hiking   and photographing #peaks and summits of the greater San Francisco Bay Area

http://www.mercurynews.com/News/ci_27611841/Bagging-peaks-a-step-at-a-time
Albany man hikes the Bay Area's best and least known peaks in a personal quest.
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"And imagine your website has used a lot of Getty embeds over the years — enough that Getty can actually sell ads specifically targeting your website, using all that data it’s gathered. Or imagine there are enough Getty embeds that it could sell ads only on photos of Barack Obama, or only photos about Cajun music, or only photos about restaurants in Kansas City. You can start to see the potential there. Think of how many YouTube videos were embedded on other websites before Google ever started putting ads on them."

so Getty gets to know your traffic, who visits your blog and what pages they look at even if they don't click. And of course they can consolidate that to learn other blogs they visit. Talk about targeted ad potential..

http://www.niemanlab.org/2014/03/getty-images-blows-the-webs-mind-by-setting-35-million-photos-free-with-conditions-of-course/
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looking at the longer term one key question is, whether other agencies will follow +Getty Images lead  #nf  
The company just made tens of millions of its photos free for noncommercial use.
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I wouldn't be surprised at all.
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This should be good for years of argument....it's not at all a simple matter..
“We're really starting to see the extent of online infringement,” says Craig Peters, senior vice president of business development, content and marketing at Getty Images. “In essence, everybody today is a publisher thanks to social media and self-publishing platforms. And it's incredibly easy to ...
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Let's hope not
 
Insightful and detailed article on the drought in California.
Ocean temperatures, wind, and the weather pattern in the Pacific have contributed to the drought.
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The one thing I would say about california is that they are probably the most adaptable state. I am sure they will fnd a solution for their water problem in the coming years. I fully expect it to be something sustainable and environmentally friendly and years ahead of other states. Probably large scale water reclamation and reuse, 
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Morning above the South San Jose Valley. This lone oak is yet to get its leaves this year. I love the green grass on the hills this month but decided the sepia filter emphasized the intricate form of the oak branches – form and light.

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Swat by +Edwin Koo  :: landscapes and strife
A photographer’s at first puzzling encounter with people displaced from their beloved Swat Valley led him to consider what makes a place paradise.
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And another take on +Getty Images 

"Since It Can't Sue Us All, Getty Images Embraces Embedded Photos"
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World Press Photo winners.....
World Press Photo announced the winners of its 2013 contest while its judges lamented the proliferation of Photoshop, which disqualified several top contenders.
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"The new library of photos shows professional women as surgeons, painters, bakers, soldiers and hunters. There are girls riding skateboards, women lifting weights and fathers changing babies’ diapers. Women in offices wear contemporary clothes and hairstyles and hold tablets or smartphones — a far cry from the typical stock photos of women in 1980s power suits with a briefcase."   #nf  
Sheryl Sandberg’s nonprofit organization is partnering with the photo agency to try to eradicate stereotypes in stock images and portray women in more empowering ways.
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David Sanger Photography LLC
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photographer traveler flier rockclimber gadgeter creative wonderer wanderer macchap nikonista

For the last twenty years I have made my living as a travel photographer, going places and photographing for magazines, books and now primarily stock photography. In addition to the travel work I photograph for corporate, shipping and non-profit clients including Bank of America, Exxon, the National Park Service, Clorox and Interorient.

I am a current member of ASMP SATW and BATW and also past-president and board member of the Stock Artists Alliance representing stock photographers worldwide.

You can find my images and license them at Getty Images and Alamy Images as well Photoshelter

My website and blog are at davidsanger.com

You can also find me on Facebook at fb.com/davidsanger and fb.com/davidsangerphotography

and on Twitter at twitter.com/davidsanger

and on Instagram at instagram.com/davidsanger
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