WEDDINGS - Here come the BRIDES!

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Re: WEDDINGS - Here come the BRIDES!

Post by colt45 » 08 Feb 2009 02:14

really GREAT SA shots, here comes the bride Image

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Post by Larrister » 09 Feb 2009 12:37

KM wedding.
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Post by Larrister » 09 Feb 2009 12:42

Sleeve chevrons suggest that this guy is KM.
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Re: WEDDINGS - Here come the BRIDES!

Post by Wolfensteiner » 02 Mar 2009 04:13

When are some of you guys going to realise that just because you paid for a copy or original of someone elses photo that is DOES NOT make it apart of your personal collection? It reamins the property of the photographer and/or the family that had it taken. So what if someone saves the photo off the internet and sends it around? It is history, it is not and never will be your property.

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Post by Vikki » 02 Mar 2009 05:09

AussieTiger wrote:When are some of you guys going to realise that just because you paid for a copy or original of someone elses photo that is DOES NOT make it apart of your personal collection? It reamins the property of the photographer and/or the family that had it taken. So what if someone saves the photo off the internet and sends it around? It is history, it is not and never will be your property.
[Note: AussieTiger had his Username changed to Wolfensteiner between the time this post was written and his reply below. ~Vikki]


AussieTiger, you are talking about...what?

The print of a photograph I own--bought and paid for--certainly is my property (in the case of photos that I've watermarked as being from my collection, or Larrister's in the case of his more recently posted photos above). That print is both my property and part of my personal collection. The copyright, on the other hand, is not.

What that means is that yes, someone can save the photo off the internet and post it elsewhere, and there's nothing that Larry or I, or anyone else who posts a scan of one of the prints in their collections, can do about it. Because we own the physical copy of the photograph, not the copyright to it.

You should get your terminology straight before you start unloading on people.

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Post by Larrister » 02 Mar 2009 09:19

Vikki wrote:
AussieTiger wrote:When are some of you guys going to realise that just because you paid for a copy or original of someone elses photo that is DOES NOT make it apart of your personal collection? It reamins the property of the photographer and/or the family that had it taken. So what if someone saves the photo off the internet and sends it around? It is history, it is not and never will be your property.
AussieTiger, you are talking about...what?

The print of a photograph I own--bought and paid for--certainly is my property (in the case of photos that I've watermarked as being from my collection, or Larrister's in the case of his more recently posted photos above). That print is both my property and part of my personal collection. The copyright, on the other hand, is not.

What that means is that yes, someone can save the photo off the internet and post it elsewhere, and there's nothing that Larry or I, or anyone else who posts a scan of one of the prints in their collections, can do about it. Because we own the physical copy of the photograph, not the copyright to it.

You should get your terminology straight before you start unloading on people.

~Vikki
Nicely said Viiki! :D

Here's a nice Luftwaffe portrait of a Leutnant wearing a Pilot Badge and DRL sports badge. This pic is from my own collection.

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Post by Larrister » 02 Mar 2009 09:47

Another. This senior NCO is wearing the Air gunner/Flight engineer medal, Grade B Glider pilot's badge, the SA sports badge in bronze or gold. He also has a Flight Personnel trade specialist cloth badge on his lower left arm. The sword may be Luftwaffe issue as well.

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Post by Larrister » 02 Mar 2009 10:05

Last for now.

An Obergefreiter with his bride. He is wearing the Pilot badge, a version of the much-coveted Golden HJ Leader's Badge and the C-grade cloth Glider Pilot badge. I don't know which pattern his Luft. dagger is.

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Re: WEDDINGS - Here come the BRIDES!

Post by Wolfensteiner » 02 Mar 2009 12:59

You can say all you want, and it is nothing personal, I enjoy viewing the photographs that Larrister has posted. I am just saying I think it is wrong, full stop, to brand your name all over a photo that you didnt take. Again, it is history, it is not about 'who paid for it'.

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Post by Vikki » 02 Mar 2009 19:24

Larrister wrote:Sleeve chevrons suggest that this guy is KM.
(Photo reattached below for reference.)

Larry, just a thought: Rather than KM, the cap eagle on a platter-style Schirmmütze could be an early style Army one (smaller, with more rounded wings than later ones). Also, KM hat wreaths are more vertical than Army ones, so that they actually go up slightly onto the body of the hat. Also, a KM NCO would be wearing the "Donald Duck" hat rather than a Schirmmütze, as in your previous photo at http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic. ... 6#p1297586, wouldn't he?

These things could point to the sleeve rank insignia being for a pre-1936 Heer Obergefreiter. If so, this is an especially cool photo of a seldom-seen rank.

Edit: One thing I forgot to add that supports this being an early photo: The bride's hairstyle is an early one, finger-waved or marcelled (I think that's the term), which is usually associated with the 1920s or early 1930s.

In any case, very nice photo!!!

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Re: WEDDINGS - Here come the BRIDES!

Post by Marcus » 02 Mar 2009 19:36

A nonsense post from vszulc was removed.

/Marcus

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Re: WEDDINGS - Here come the BRIDES!

Post by Annelie » 02 Mar 2009 20:16

Thankyou Marcus for removing an insulting IMHO post.

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Post by MIKE29 » 02 Mar 2009 21:57

8O Found these two in my collection.
Both undated.
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Re: WEDDINGS - Here come the BRIDES!

Post by Vikki » 02 Mar 2009 22:52

Great photos, Mike! Thanks for posting them, and adding to the thread.

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Post by Vikki » 02 Mar 2009 22:52

Annelie wrote:Thankyou Marcus for removing an insulting IMHO post.
Indeed, Annelie.

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