IndiaTimes steals my photographs to sell frames – could you share this?

It was Anika’s dad who found this out when one of his friends saw it. I cannot imagine a reputed brand like Indiatimes simply stealing pictures from other photographers – pictures which are not even for commercial sale.

The only way I use my pictures are to showcase my work. Please help me reporting this by sharing this guys. Their indiatimes site provides no email id to which I can write to directly. I have requested them to remove the pictures via twitter, Facebook and the only contact form that is their on their website. But it’s been several days and no one bothered to respond. I am also trying to get in touch with lawyer friends who can help me with getting them straight the legal way. But in the mean time, a social media pressure might help me bring out such broad-day robberies and insult to photographers by these so called reputed online brand-names to light!

Just in case they change the images / remove the link in future (which is what I really want), below is the screen-shot.

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I started ShaadiGrapher.com in the spring of 2012 to experiment with wedding photography. Prior to that, I studied at IIT Madras (2003-08) and worked as a business consultant in PwC for four years. Since 2014, I have also been making documentary movies on a variety of subjects and issues (3minuteStories.com). Phone: +95525 89252 Email: amrit@shaadigrapher.com To get quote for wedding photography / cinema, please provide city, date and approx duration of all the functions. I am location independent and shoot across India - without any additional charge for travel.

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