With a stable job and occasional sideline freelance jobs, I did not enter photography with the purpose of earning extra bucks. Simply it is nothing more than a hobby or pastime. However, I neither expected my work to be commercially used. I have just learnt that some pieces of them have been reproduced, and at least of them for commercial benefit, without my permission and acknowledgement. Below are two of them.
I was not able to confirm who is the creator and intention of the above poster. However, I have tried to convince myself that it is not staffer of the Place who did it. Hence, it is impossible to say the poster is commercially reproduced, as someone might do it just for fun. I am trying to believe the latter. I found this poster through a comment link at Sovuthy’s blog. Click here for original photo.
I found this big-size poster (at the right site of above photo) at PBC bookstore, built inside former Bassac Theatre in front of National Assembly. The idea of having bookstore there, to me, is quite unacceptable (read more at Sopheak’s blog). But anyway, nothing is impossible HERE. The poster only deepened my negative impression toward the bookshop. The photo of Independence Monument at the bottom of the poster is unmistakenly mine. Click here for original photos.