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How My Photo Ended Up in the New York Times Without Credit

6 monthes ago   |   By Peta Pixel

The Internet is becoming a hectic and volatile place for photographers to share their work. Social media enables photos to be put in the hands of tens, thousands, and even millions in a matter of minutes. However, one small break in this sharing frenzy can lead to massive loss and frustration for the creators that dedicate themselves to doing their passion well.
My story begins with a simple tweet. On the night of Sunday January 7th, 2018, a Falcon 9 rocket lifted off from Florida's Space Coast, and the rocket's first stage landed back on Cape Canaveral shortly after. I took a long...
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