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2008-09-18 12:41:25
que tanto lio por una foto tan fea o.o
2008-02-27 10:22:29
The artist whom actually took this picture is an extremely talented individual and you have stolen his work.
2008-02-23 06:49:32
No one respects a thief. This does not belong to you!
2008-02-18 11:03:27
Thief!
2008-02-14 14:49:45
nice job stealing work...
2008-02-13 01:31:49
I liked this picture a lot when my friend took it. I don't like it any better for you stealing it.
2008-02-12 13:13:54
W e get very feww opportuities in life to be genuine. Using someone else's work to promote you self screams about how empty you must feel. Remove it and you will find ways to present your own, albeit similar ones. This however is dishonest and a shame.
2008-02-12 09:54:32
IF the owner of ANY copyrighted work wants their pictures removed from this site, they can contact the admin at remove(at-sign)pizdaus(dot)com. The people that run pizdaus are very responsive to the requests of artists, but can't visit every page to look for problems. You can help out by reporting the problem.
2008-02-12 09:47:29
How about, you don't rip other peoples stuff off? Maybe think about doing your own? ...now that is a thought.
2008-02-12 09:20:37
The photographer who actually took this shot should have his name, watermark & full credit for this photograph displayed by you under copyright law! You've removed the watermark & frame, changed the title & nowhere have you given credit, linked to or even named the photographer. You should be ashamed of yourself. What you've done is known as stealing & I really hope John presses charges on you. To those people who take the time to read comments, take the time to view this photograph as it should be seen according to the artist who had the inspiration & talent to actually do it: Natural Lighting 2 by *wb-skinner
2008-02-12 03:34:07
I love the way you didn't compose the shot and the unique concept you didn't think up, the way in which you didn't position the bulb was spot on too. Leave the art making to the talented people dumb ass.
2008-02-12 03:21:08
Oh yes, this is really cool - I love the way you cut the frame off someone else's work and passed it off as someone else's. No-one will *ever* know, everyone'll think that you're a brilliant photographer, and in no way a stupid little dumbass.
2008-02-12 02:52:10
You're a loser. You're posting someone else's work. It's called stealing. It's also called PATHETIC.
2008-02-12 02:41:02
I think what you are doing is very wrong, I hope you realize just how uncreative and rotten you are
2008-02-12 00:51:00
shame you.this is stolen work of wb-skinner from dA.
2008-02-12 00:29:57
Thief!!
2008-02-12 00:06:46
plagerism is against the law and why would you want credit for something that is not your work! Take it down.
2008-02-11 23:08:39
this is stolen work of wb-skinner from dA. Remove it or be damned forver.
2008-02-11 21:35:49
This image is stolen. Respect the artist and remove it
2008-02-11 21:00:15
You need to remove this art work as soon as possible - you have stolen this from an amazing genuine artist and misrepresented it. If it is, indeed, a photo that you like, please include the credits for the artist that created it, as per his Creative Commons License.
2008-02-11 15:34:27
not only a horrible title but an art thief u are a jackass
2008-02-11 15:26:22
LOL @ "energysaving bulb" I know this image belongs to him -- you removed the watermark and the border. I am very familiar with this image, as I watch wb-skinner on dA. I hope he sues you, too !
2008-02-11 14:29:06
Stolen artwork - what a moron and a thief you are. I hope you get sued.
2008-02-11 13:46:23
Stealing =/= cool. :/
2008-02-11 13:22:42
You'd think you'd get the point by now and take this down...you've been caught! Just remove it and don't rip again!
2008-02-11 12:58:41
Really you shouldn't have that there. It would be different if you'd left the watermark and frame on it and given him any credit, but you didn't so that's a blatant form of plagerism. I would say you didn't know any better but it's clear you do.
2008-02-11 12:52:58
This is stealing, plain and simple. You are in direct violation of copyright laws.
2008-02-11 12:48:36
you really should just give credit to the real artist of the picture you know. It could save you money should Mr. Skinner decide to charge you for plagerism.
2008-02-11 12:48:13
Stealing online is still stealing.
2008-02-11 12:20:35
this photo is stolen from my gallery at deviantART. Please remove it.
2008-02-08 08:29:49
i believe this is Natural Lighting 2 by wb-skinner from deviantart ;) great photo anyway!