Where is the camera info?

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Possible copyright infringement, this artist has many photos with no camera information showing and very familiar shots. I thought you added the feature of camera info to help with copyright infringement. Here is the link to the photographer: http://www.pixoto.com/wolfy
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You cannot point the finger at artists who do not display Exif and insinuate copyright infringement - there are many legitimate reasons why the Exif data will be missing.
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I'm with Pat here in that the lack of exif data tells us nothing as I often used to strip it off where file size constraints applied.
In addition for the exif data to contain copyright info you have first to enter this in your camera something that in my experience most people don't do.

Finally be very much aware that if you are a smarty pants it is perfectly possible to edit the exif data.
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Not having exif data is certainly not a sign of copyright infringement.

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