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Today’s guest has had his work stolen, misused, modified, and published thousands & thousands of times. What’s more is he’s actually inspired by the majority of it! Noam Galai is a New York City based photographer. Published in many publications worldwide, Noam specializes in shooting only what he feels should be shot. People Magazine, USA Today, LIFE Magazine, National Geographic, The Rolling Stone, Vogue, Time Magazine are just some of the major publications where you can find Noam’s art.
In 2006, Noam shot a handful of images of himself screaming, a concept he had been thinking about for some time. He posted these images to Flickr, where one of them exploded into fame without him knowing it. Watch the video below as Noam tells the story of The Stolen Scream.
IN THIS SESSION YOU’LL FIND OUT ABOUT:
- How Noam Galai shot one of the most stolen images of our time
- How FStoppers has helped him build the unique blend of genres in his business
- When it’s appropriate to sue for copyright infringement
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