My photo was stolen and used in a Malaysian stamp?

Started Oct 30, 2013 | Discussions thread
wootpile Contributing Member • Posts: 719
$$$ coming your way
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I agree this is the same image. There is no way foot positioning + individual coat markings could be the same between two birds in different settings taken at different occasions.

Here is your case: It would have to be the same bird sitting with the same foot positions in the same lighting taken from the same angle, with the same fov by a different photographer at some other time.. impossible.

If the stamp is already in use /printed etc you should be able to cash in. Talk to a international rights lawyer, or even better, contact your countries trade department.

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