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+Trey Ratcliff is an advocate for creative commons and is breaking the norm by sharing his art with people like you and me. Check out this video on his blog. Especially at 11:50
The Digital Rapture. As this future becomes more and more plain to me, I see a rapture of sorts, where old-school photographers clinging to the old-fashioned ways of doing things will be “left behind....
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Great article! I agree with the article, that photography is an art and why not share it with the world. But one thing to consider is that many photographers, take pictures for a living and if they are posting their work online all the time, then how can they make a profit?
 
He talks about that earlier in the video. Many conventional photographers were mad at him which led him to believe he was doing something interesting. Correct me if I am wrong, but I believe his point is that he can make more money this way. Sure many people will use it for free but now so many more people are seeing his product and some will still buy.
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