Copyright on WW2-era photos

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Michael Kenny
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Re: Copyright on WW2-era photos

Post by Michael Kenny » 16 Dec 2017 19:51

When I bought my last scanner I thought long and hard about buying a top-end model but in the end settled for a middling 'fairly' good one (250 UK pounds) because the gain by paying 500 upwards just did not seem worth it. Despite being very careful I have managed to scratch the glass and if I was buying again I would go for one where you can buy a replacement glass that just slotted in rather than (as most do) make it so a new glass only comes complete with a new top half of the scanner!

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Re: Copyright on WW2-era photos

Post by emo155 » 28 Dec 2017 20:12

Excuse me that I put my question here on this topic but I can not find the right one
Can you tell me what the soldier is in the picture?

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Re: Copyright on WW2-era photos

Post by reichpapers » 07 Apr 2018 14:40

It looks like a RAD unit sleeve insignia.

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Re: Copyright on WW2-era photos

Post by Dutchsteammachine » 09 May 2020 19:39

If a family contacts me and wants the film + scans returned, you bet I am going to charge top dollar for my scans.

You also bet I am not going to take the scans offline, or pay a fee for publishing them online.
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