|Quoting AirMalta (Reply 3):|
I think they should have an EXIF data here ?Right?Wrong???
I'm not sure, where would I find this information here on A.net? I know my info is embedded in the raw file and can be accessed from iPhoto. If I recall correctly, he was using either a small Canon or a Nikon. Mine is a Konica Minolta DiMage Z2
and I had the biggest camera in my group.
|Quoting Magic48 (Reply 4):|
If - as you say - took the pictures at an airshow there is still the possibility that someone else took more or less the exact same shot while standing anywhere near you. I myself have already run across photos that were taken at the exact same time at more or less the exact same place...
I see your point and would be skeptical myself. Unfortunately, I was working the airshow at the time and was in places where other people wouldn't be. He was also working the show (we're both Civil Air Patrol) but I know for a fact that we were in different squads and were on different parts of the airfield. Not to have an excuse for every one of your comments, but I compared the pictures by making them the same size and overlapping them in Photoshop: They line up pixel for pixel. As for the camera issue that I started before, I am positive that he was using a different one than me and that I transferred a couple of my pis to his via my SD
card, so it would have my camera info embedded into it.
I haven't gotten a reply from him yet and if I don't get one by the end of the week I am posting the pictures on here and contacting the screeners. The part that pisses me off now is that he has the photo sales option selected and, frankly, did a crappy editing job on them. Regardless, this is a matter of stealing and disrespect. I would feel differently if I had dozens of photos on here, but as of now, my total is 3. I'll give anyone who asks all the proof they want, but I hope this gets resolved as cleanly and quickly as possible.